Thanks to SWOP Forum for inviting a guest post from SLLG. SLLG Blog has reblogged as it believes SLLG members will also find interest in it as it highlights why members should continue to support colleagues and champion the SLLG. Please click on the link below for the full original posting.
Sharron Wilson recently chatted with her Advocates Library colleague David Brown about the role of Professional Groups. David is a Committee Member from the Scottish Law Librarians Group (SLLG). This is what David had to say…….
CAN YOU TELL US A LITTLE ABOUT YOUR ROLE?
I am the Senior Bibliographic Services Assistant. I’ve worked for the Faculty of Advocates for 14 years: beginning as a book cleaner, then as a support assistant (loose-leaf updating and shelving) in my first year. I really enjoy my current post and working in the library.
My main responsibilities are:
- Cataloguing accessions and maintaining the records of the library catalogue
- Managing the space and physical stock in the library
- Administering conservation and preservation of the rare materials
- Project managing an annual book cleaning programme
Like most law librarians I find myself involved in various functions of the library: from regular covering of the enquiry service…
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