Title: Bodleian Libraries
Author: University Of Oxford, UK
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The Internet, Online, 15/4/2015
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[re-blogged from the VHL blog.]
On 16th-17th April, the Rothermere American Institute will host a conference on Gold Rush Imperialism: Gold Mining and Global History in the Age of Imperialism, c.1848-1914. To accompany the conference, the Vere Harmsworth Library is putting on an exhibition of items from the collections of the Bodleian Libraries relating to gold rushes throughout the world.
The exhibition includes books from the Vere Harmsworth Library, Rhodes House Library, Bodleian Library and the Radcliffe Science Library, covering gold rushes and gold mining in California, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Alaska and Canada from the latter part of the 19th and early 20th century. The items have been chosen to illustrate the effect of the discovery of gold in terms of migration, labour, economic and technological development.The exhibition will be available to view on Thursday 16th and Friday 17th April, just inside the library entrance.
An online version of the exhibition will be made available on our website soon afterwards.
Would you like the opportunity to contribute to the scholarly communication activities of Bodleian Libraries whilst also working within the technical and front line services in one of Oxford’s busiest lending and reference libraries?
We are seeking an adaptable individual to assist colleagues and researchers with a wide range of evolving services, such as Open Access publishing, using the University of Oxford Research Archive and bibliometrics, as well as provide front line support at the issue desk. If you have good IT literacy, an appreciation of the academic research process and a commitment to providing excellent customer service, we would love to hear from you.
You will be required to upload a supporting statement as part of your online application. Your supporting statement should list each of the essential and desirable selection criteria, as listed in the further particulars, and explain how you meet each one. CVs will not form part of the selection process.
Only applications received online before 12.00 midday on Thursday 16 April 2015 can be considered. Interviews are expected to take place on Thursday 30 April 2015.