OHSLA Fall 2019 Meeting

  • 18 Oct 2019
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Akron Children's Hospital, Considine Professional Building, 215 W. Bowery Street, Level 1, Classroom 1,

Registration

  • Make payment to OHSLA and mail to:
    Liz Lyman, Reference Librarian
    Nationwide Children's Hospital
    Medical Library - Education Building Room 244
    700 Children's Dr.
    Columbus, OH 43205-2664
  • Make payment to OHSLA and mail to:
    Liz Lyman, Reference Librarian
    Nationwide Children's Hospital
    Medical Library - Education Building Room 244
    700 Children's Dr.
    Columbus, OH 43205-2664
  • Make payment to OHSLA and mail to:
    Liz Lyman, Reference Librarian
    Nationwide Children's Hospital
    Medical Library - Education Building Room 244
    700 Children's Dr.
    Columbus, OH 43205-2664
  • Library school students who are not members of OHSLA
  • Make payment to OHSLA and mail to:
    Liz Lyman, Reference Librarian
    Nationwide Children's Hospital
    Medical Library - Education Building Room 244
    700 Children's Dr.
    Columbus, OH 43205-2664

Registration is closed


Fall 2019 MEETING
Friday, October 18, 2019
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Fees

  • Lunch/Business Meeting only - $15
  • Members - $40
  • Library Student (Non-members) - $45
  • Non-members - $55
    If you would like to become an OHSLA member, sign up for a membership separately and then register with the member rate

If you are writing a check, please make it out to "OHSLA," and mail to:

Liz Lyman, Reference Librarian
Nationwide Children's Hospital
Medical Library - Education Building Room 244
700 Children's Dr.
Columbus, OH 43205-2664


Registration deadline:
Friday, October 11, 2019

Program

Introduction to Emotional Labor

Many different forms of work contain a requirement, often unspoken, for employees to “put on a happy face,” and careers with high customer-service interactions like nursing, librarianship, food service, and retail (just to name a few) often take a toll on employees physical and emotional health.  This need is an invisible but powerful dimension of work-life for many of us working in libraries and other information service centers.  In this session, we’ll discuss the science behind these emotional requirements – emotional intelligence and emotional regulation - and offer suggestions, for both individuals and organizations, to lessen the negative impacts these tasks can bring and increase your engagement with the work you love.


Instructor

Miriam Matteson, PhD
Interim Associate Dean
Kent State University, College of Communication and Information
318 Library, P.O. Box 5190, Kent, OH 44242-0001
P: 330-672-2464
E: mmattes1@kent.edu


Dr. Miriam Matteson

Miriam L. Matteson is an Associate Professor at the Kent State University School of Information and is Interim Associate Dean in the College of Communication and Information.

Her research broadly explores emotion in the workplace. She has studied emotional labor, dispositional affect, and interpersonal and emotional soft skills in a variety of library settings. She also researches information literacy instruction and individual differences in students’ development of information literacy. Miriam is also engaged in research and program development on continuing management education for librarians. She has published in College and Research Libraries, Library and Information Science Research, Library Management, Library Quarterly, and portal: Libraries and the Academy. She is the editor of the Future Voices in Public Services column in Public Services Quarterly.

Before earning her PhD in Library Science from the University of Maryland she worked as a reference and instruction librarian at the University of Maryland University College. She has also worked as a music cataloger at Indiana University, and a project manager at Universidad Simon Bolivar in Caracas, Venezuela. She was a reference librarian intern at National Public Radio and worked as a solo librarian at A.T. Kearney, a US consulting firm in Caracas.

Miriam is an active speaker at state, national, and international library conferences including Ohio Library Council, Academic Library Association of Ohio, Association of College and Research Libraries, American Library Association, and the European Conference on Information Literacy.


Continuing Education

Getting Started with Statistics for Librarians, an afternoon MLA Webinar, earn 1.5 MLA continuing education (CE) contact hours, generously sponsored by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM) office for the Greater Midwest Region.


Location

Akron Children's Hospital, Considine Professional Building
215 W. Bowery Street, Level 1, Classroom 1
Akron, OH 44308

The street level is the Second level, so go down the stairs or “A” elevator to Level 1.

Hospital Operator: 330-543-1000

Accommodation: Where to Stay

Breakfast & Lunch Will Be Provided

Continental breakfast (pastries, fruit salad, yogurt, coffee, tea and juices) and a boxed lunch (sandwich, side salad, chips and cookie) are included in your registration. Lunch options are selected during registration.

Boxed Lunch includes sandwich, side salad, bagged snack (chips), and a gourmet cookie

Choose Sandwich, Bread and Salad Options:

Sandwich Options (select one during registration)

  • Turkey Day: Smoked Turkey, Swiss Cheese, Baby Spinach, Dried Cranberry Aioli
  • Hamtastic: Deli Sliced Ham, Swiss Cheese, Tomato, Leaf Lettuce, TC Horsey Mustard
  • Roastin': Angus Roast Beef, Cheddar Cheese, Red Onions, Tomato, Leaf Lettuce, TC Horsey Mustard
  • Vegan Chickpea and Avocado Salad (Gluten Free): Chickpeas and Avocado blended with Red Onion, Red Pepper, Cucumbers, Lemon Juice, Dijon, Fresh Dill
Bread Options (select one during registration)
  • White Bread
  • Wheat Bread
  • Multigrain Wrap
  • Gluten Free Wrap

Salad Options (select one during registration)

  • Asian Orzo Salad (Vegan): Orzo, Sugar Snap Peas, Scallions, Red Peppers, Almonds, Sesame Seeds, Asian Ginger Dressing
  • Baked Potato Salad (Gluten Free): Redskin Potatoes, Bacon Bits, Cheddar Cheese, Scallions, Sour Cream Based Dressing



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