MLIS ePortfolio

Introduction
A brief Introduction to my e-Portfolio. This includes a breakdown of its organization and structure, the process I followed in its development. View Intro
Statement of Professional Philosophy
A Statement of Professional Philosophy consisting of thoughtful and articulate statements, with reference to experiences, learning, readings; my conception of librarianship as it relates to the specific type(s) of library or information organization(s) in which I intend to pursue a career; my professional goals, and the relationship of these goals to the items in your e-Portfolio. Discussion of my understanding of the final competency O: “contribute to the cultural, economic, educational and social well-being of our communities,” and demonstration of my mastery of this competency. View Philosophy
Competencies
Comp A Articulate the ethics, values, and foundational principles of library and information professionals and their role in the promotion of intellectual freedom View Comp
Comp B Describe and compare the organizational settings in which library and information professionals practice View Comp
Comp C Recognize and describe cultural and economic diversity in the clientele of libraries or information organizations View Comp
Comp D Apply the fundamental principles of planning, management, marketing, and advocacy. View Comp
Comp E Design, query, and evaluate information retrieval systems. View Comp
Comp F Use the basic concepts and principles related to the selection, evaluation, organization, and preservation of physical and digital items and collections. View Comp
Comp G Demonstrate understanding of basic principles and standards involved in organizing information, including classification, cataloging, metadata, or other systems. View Comp
Comp H Demonstrate proficiency in identifying, using, and evaluating current and emerging information and communication technologies. View Comp
Comp I Use service concepts, principles, and techniques to connect individuals or groups with accurate, relevant, and appropriate information. View Comp
Comp J Describe the fundamental concepts of information-seeking behaviors. View Comp
Comp K Design instructional programs based on learning principles and theories. View Comp
Comp L Demonstrate understanding of quantitative and qualitative research methods and of the evaluation and synthesis of research literature. View Comp
Comp M Demonstrate oral and written communication skills necessary for professional collaboration and presentations. View Comp
Comp N Evaluate programs and services on measurable criteria. View Comp
Conclusion
Reflections on my MLIS program, a discussion of strengths, and a professional growth plan (relating to the achievement of the professional goals outlined in the Statement of Professional Philosophy), plus any final comments and conclusions. View Conclusion
Affirmation Statement
Statement affirming all work is my own, except were stated as a group or team project. Also that all required guidelines in creating my e-Portfolio have been followed. View Statement

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