Zájemkyně o práci v některé české akademické knihovně nebo v archivu.
Vit Richter, Narodni knihovna CR, Klementinum 190, 110 00 Praha 1, Tel: +420/221 663 338, Fax: +420/221 663 175, mobil: +420/603 223 627, email: [log in to unmask], www.nkp.cz, http://knihovnam.nkp.cz/, http://www.skipcr.cz/
From: [log in to unmask] [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Julie Seifert
Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2015 3:15 PM
To: Richter Vít
Subject: Employment Opportunities
Dear Dr. Richter,
Hello, my name is Julie Seifert. I got your email address from Richard Papik, and he suggested I write to you.
I studied Library Science at the University of North Carolina and participated in the University's seminar in the Czech Republic in May 2013. I have graduated from the Library Science program and am interested in working in the Czech Republic. I would like to know if you know of any employment opportunities available. Please let me know. I would really appreciate it.
Thank you,ᐧ Julie Seifert
[log in to unmask] 813-326-9650
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Master of Science in Library Science, May 2014
Concentration in Archives and Records Management
Certificate in Digital Curation
Master’s Paper: “The Time-Cost of Digital Forensics for Archival Collections”
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Bachelor of the Arts in English, Cum Laude, May 2012
Minor in Education, Professional Track Option
Online Course Producer/Project Manager, 2014-2015
Department of Economics, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
• Managed a six-week online course in which more than 20,000 students were enrolled
• Supervised one teaching assistant and two volunteer assistants
• Responded to questions from students in a timely manner.
• Organized and led weekly meetings with course instructors to keep them abreast of any changes and developments in the course.
• Served as point person for the project team, including professors and university staff
• Resolved technical issues
• Ensured that all deadlines and objectives were met, and that all course material was posted in a timely manner.
Graduate Library Assistant, 2013-2014
The Media Resources Center, The University of North Carolina
• Provided instruction and assistance to patrons using the Center’s audiovisual software and equipment
• Operated audiovisual equipment, such as video and audio conversion equipment.
• Filmed and edited instructional videos to provide assistance to patrons using audiovisual equipment
• Responded to in-person, phone and email questions from patrons in a professional and timely manner
Teaching Assistant, 2013-2014
Department of Economics, The University of North Carolina
• Served as a teaching assistant for an online course in which more than 30,000 students were enrolled, one of the first of its kind at the University
• Responded to questions from students in a timely manner
• Helped students to troubleshoot technical difficulties
• Organized course events, such as weekly Google Hangouts
Graduate Research Assistant, 2013-2014
Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative, The University Of North Carolina
• Researched digital humanities technologies, events, courses, projects, key partnerships and new opportunities for the Initiative. Reported these findings to colleagues.
• Responded to student inquiries about Graduate Certificate in the Digital Humanities.
• Redesigned and maintained WordPress website for the Initiative.
• Researched digital humanities tools, such as timeline tools. Created a list of these tools as a resource for scholars, and posted this list on website.
Manuscripts Processing Assistant/Public Services Intern, 2013
Schlesinger Library for the History of Women in America, Harvard University
• Served as part of committee which planned and carried out a large public exhibit.
• Created the library’s first online exhibit in Omeka which resulted in wider access to exhibit materials.
• Trained other library staff members in Omeka.
• Processed large collection of newsletters and encoded finding aid using EAD and DACS.
• Assisted with processing of other collections, such as by removing delicate materials, flagging materials, and redacting materials.
• Redacted materials containing confidential information.
Omeka Intern, 2013
Center for the History of Medicine, Countway Library, Harvard University
• Migrated legacy HTML exhibits to new exhibit platform in Omeka
• Applied Dublin Core metadata schema to digital objects in exhibit
• Scanned images, checked for quality and entered information about images into database
Graduate Assistant for Archival Processing, 2012-2013
Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina
• Arranged and described materials of varying size and scope, working both independently and collaboratively
• Created and executed processing plans for collections
• Adhered to professional standards, such as DACS.
• Created DACS-compliant finding aids
• Encoded finding aids using XML and EAD
• Wrote documentation for internal wikis and blog.
• Occasionally assisted with processing in the visual materials archives
Program Facilitator, 2012
Tampa Museum of Art
• Provided instructional support and classroom management assistance to teachers in a class of twenty students
• Coordinated class visits to museum galleries and worked with museum security.
• Coordinated course events, such as weekly events for student’s parents.
• Supervised 3-5 volunteers
Processing Assistant, 2011-2012
University of Florida Special Collections
• Assisted with the processing of a large, complex 20th century manuscript collection, approximately 700 linear feet
• Created lists of contents of the collection
• Organized materials by subject matter and year
• Removed materials containing confidential information.
Reference Reviewer, 2012-2015
The Library Journal
• Evaluated reference materials for usability, quality and other factors
• Wrote findings into concise reviews which were published in the Library Journal
Community Representative, 2013-2014
The Digital Public Library of America
• Planned and implemented outreach activities to promote use and awareness of the Library
• Collaborated with other community representatives to brainstorm ideas for outreach activities.
• Gave informal and formal presentations about the DPLA.
The Metadata and Digital Objects Roundtable, Society of American Archivists
• Assisted steering committee with research, planning, and events
• Maintained and updated resources related to digital object management
The Audubon Camp in Maine, The National Audubon Society
• Attended meetings and bi-annual volunteer week to support the efforts of The Audubon Camp in Maine.
• Helped to maintain web and social media presence. Built relationships through social media and other online communication. Wrote blog entries for organization’s website.
• Spanish: Speak, read, and write fluently. French: Speak, read, and write fluently. Latin: Read and write at a beginning level.
• Other: Microsoft Office. Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat Pro, Adobe Premiere, Video/Audio editing, MySQL, SQL, Omeka, XMetaL, Oxygen, HTML, CSS, WordPress
• Also play ukulele and guitar
• Received travel scholarship from the University of North Carolina to attend library seminar in the Czech Republic, May 2013. Completed research paper on digital libraries in the USA and Czech Republic.
• Akers Fellowship, University of North Carolina, August 2012
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
• Archival Appraisal
• Archival Description
• Introduction to Archives and Records Management
• Electronic Records Management
• Digital Preservation
• Digital Forensics for Archival Collections
• Web Archiving
• Planning, Implementing and Auditing Trusted Digital Repositories
• Reference and User Services
• Information Technology for Digital Collections
• Database systems
• Organization of Information
• Systems Analysis
• Human Information Interaction
• Management for Information Professionals
• Programming for Information Professionals