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Complete Guide for Supervisors of Student Employees in Today"s Academic Libraries

by David A. Baldwin

  • 13 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Libraries Unlimited .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Higher & further education,
  • Library, archive & information management,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Reference,
  • Language,
  • Library & Information Science,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines / Library & Information Science,
  • Management - General,
  • Academic libraries,
  • Personnel management,
  • Student library assistants,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages304
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12374444M
    ISBN 101591583357
    ISBN 109781591583356

    Basic guidelines for supervising student employees are provided below. However, you may wish to establish additional policies where appropriate. Please make sure your student employees are aware of your expectations before they start working. 1. ATTENDANCE – Student employees are expected to be reliable, punctual, and know. See also David Baldwin, and Daniel Barkley’s Supervisors of Student Employees in Today’s Academic Libraries. Libraries Unlimited, For professional staff development see as example Elaine Z. Jennerich’s “The long-term view of library staff development.” College and Research Library N no.

    Motivating Employees in Academic Libraries in Tough Times ing conditions, relationship, and job securities. The motivators include promotion, growth opportunities, responsibility, recognition, and achievement. The main implication of this theory is that for employees to be truly satisfied and perform above minimum standards. Academic librarians are driven by the belief that student scholars are at the heart of the library. Our collections, programs, and services become meaningful when students use and learn from them. We build our websites and other digital services, our buildings, marketing and communication strategies, and content to meet their needs. The library exists, at least in large part.

    A guide for Supervisors of Student Workers 1. You’ll be given a list view of your student employees. To approve a timesheet, click the Approve box Supervisors must approve and submit the timesheet to EmpCenter by 5pm on the 17th. The supervisor of record is the onlyFile Size: KB. 82 Library Supervisor jobs available on Apply to Library Manager, Circulation Manager, Locality Manager and more!


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Complete Guide for Supervisors of Student Employees in Today"s Academic Libraries by David A. Baldwin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Complete guide for supervisors of student employees in today's academic libraries. [David A Baldwin; Daniel Barkley] -- Where would a library be without its student employees.

In academic libraries, the number of student employees, in real numbers, often exceeds the number of regular staff. They assist users, shelve. It is important that supervisors understand and remain aware of student employees’ many commitments and academic pressures in addition to their work assignments.

However, this awareness should not be taken to imply that the student should not be completely present while at work or otherwise comply with the student employee guidelines. Baldwin describes the role of student employees and the supervisor, including hiring, orientation, and performance appraisal.

He discusses some common problems as well as corrective discipline and termination procedures. A separate chapter is devoted to federal student- aid programs because of their role in student : This report presents the results of two surveys undertaken at the University of Rhode Island (URI) Libraries over a 2-year time period, one addressed to URI library student employees, and the other to their supervisors.

Of the students and 20 staff supervisors who received questionnaires, students (%) and 19 supervisors (95%) : michael c vocino, Martha H. Kellogg. A revision of Baldwin's Supervising Student Employees in Academic Libraries (Libraries Unlimited, ), this new work has been thoroughly updated. It contains a complete list of job descriptions and detailed information on funding.

Answers to frequently asked questions and a glossary of financial aid terms conclude the by: 6. A Guide for Supervisors of Student Payroll. complete the following documentation PRIOR to their first start date: • A Student Employment Contract (defines the student’s of your student employees.

• You will also need to email an excel summary sheet to the payroll office. 5 I. SUPERVISORS’ RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Complete a Student Position Description Form for the needed student employee the position by completing the Request for Job Posting electronic form on MSU Denver’s student employment website.

Off-campus agencies must have a current Work- Study Terms of Agreement Contract on file to post a work-study position. Supervisors are to ensure that student employees complete their bi-weekly timesheets and for approving the student employees’ timesheets.

Time reporting and approval is a serious responsibility guaranteeing employees are paid timely and correctly. This function also safeguards the University from. Supervisors should treat their Student Employees with respect as they would full time employees of the college.

Supervisors should record all hours worked on the Timesheet. Supervisors should let Student Employees know when they will be absent from work and leave instruction for.

Library staff contribute to campus-wide leadership training for student supervisors January 5, Inthe Student Managers Initiative Committee, comprised of student managers from various departments at UC Riverside, identified a need on campus for more training, support, and use of best practices for student supervisors.

ON-CAMPUS STUDENT EMPLOYMENT HANDBOOK FOR SUPERVISORS As a student employee supervisor, you are more aware than anyone how important our student employees are to us and what an integral part of the daily operations of the University they are.

Our student work force is a most valuable resource and your role as a supervisor is. The library has over student employees working in the libraries and library departments across campus. Students can work in subject specific libraries such as music or physics in departments, or at the Northern Regional Library Facility in Richmond.

Very, very roughly based on my experience in Canada in academic libraries Student Library Assistants - Students hired from the work study program at the university Staff Library Assistants - Full and Part time staff that staff the circulation desk.

Web Time Entry User Instruction Guide – Student Employees and Supervisors 11 Section 3: Web Time Entry Instructions for Supervisors Supervisors should encourage employees to enter time at the end of workday or at least on a weekly basis in SUOnline. This book is designed to provide a foundation in the principles of supervision and to serve as a handbook for the day-to-day problems that arise in supervising student employees in academic libraries.

Chapters describe the role of student employees in the academic library, the role of the student employee supervisor, and basic principles of by: 6.

academic term, changes in a student’s work schedule will be negotiated. Training for Student Employees It is recommended that supervisors spend time during the first few weeks of a job training the students for the work in their department.

This may include training on machinery or equipment, databases or spreadsheets, filing or working a. Student Employment. Student Employment encapsulates the job opportunities provided to CC students on and off-campus that are funded through federal, state, and institutional. monies. All student participates in the CC Student Employment program are considered student employees but not all student workers are considered work-study (eligible.

Michael and Jane Kathman (College of St. Benedict and Saint John's U.) use information drawn from a survey of practicing librarians from institutions in the US to describe the management of student employees in college libraries.5/5(1).

Facts Find facts, figures and procedures for our Libraries. News & Publications Read about projects, news and view our publications. Library Jobs Join our team as a librarian, staffer or student worker.

Library Administration Learn about the working groups that make the Libraries run. Student Employment Handbook for Supervisors and Student Employees credit hours) is exempt from social security tax during the academic school year.

When a student begins a work assignment in a department, the supervisor will complete an interim student timesheet, which will serve as the reporting mechanism for the hours. Student employees/staff must be enrolled in at least twelve (12) units during the semester in which they are employed unless the student has an exemption through the Federal Work Study, CalWORKs, or Disabled Student Program and Services (ACCESS) programs.Off-Campus agencies agree to pay 25% of a student’s wage, while the other 75% derives from the student’s federal work-study award.

Work-study is allocated based on the financial aid package a student receives. A student must indicate on their FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) they are interested in work-study.The ALA Online Learning project connects library employees with a wide range of online training.

Click on “Online Learning News” to access a list of webinars. Click on the title for specifics concerning time and fees. ABLE is a continuing education program provided by the Idaho Commission for Libraries.

ABLE provides library basics for.