Library Orientation Representation
As a Library Orientation Team member the student Representative will:
- Attend at least 6 meetings September 2017 – March 2018
- Participate in team tasks including contributing ideas, organising and setting up events; preparing communications, promoting events, creating health & safety plans.
- Research and summarise activities offered by other tertiary libraries for consideration.
- Participate in the evaluation and debrief of events.
Student in second year of study or above.
Preference for a student studying marketing or media communications, or who has an interest in promotions/events.
Preference for a student who currently uses the Library services and resources.
Good communication skills are essential.
Instruction is provided by Library staff regarding relevant process and procedures.
Hours involved in the activity
Every 12 hours of participation in an activity is equal to one intersection point (12 hours = 1 intersection point).
For this activity you can claim a maximum of 1 learning and development outcome.
Work readiness skill/Graduate attribute
By actively engaging in this activity, you can claim against the pre-determined intersection points detailed below. You should reflect on your experience and select the WRS/GA intersection point(s) that best represents your learning outcome.
- B1 - Communication - Library Orientation Representatives communicate clearly one on one and within a group.
- B4 - Learning - Library Orientation Representatives learn about the Library and effectively respond to the needs of library customers.
- B5 - Planning and organising - Library Orientation Representatives plan and execute ideas in an effective way as a member of a project group.
- B8 - Teamwork - Library Orientation Representatives establish positive relationships with other personnel to work and deliver on shared outcomes effectively.
- C2 - Initiative & enterprise - Library Orientation Representatives create workable ideas to deliver orientation in a fun and interesting way that engages students.
- C4 - Learning - Library Orientation Representatives gain understanding of the Library as an organisation and how it operates including how to organise resources and services to cater for a wide range of needs and people.
- C6 - Problem solving - Library Orientation Representatives anticipate problems and help resolve them by planning and implementing appropriate solutions and risk mitigation for events.
- C7 - Self-Management - Library Orientation Representatives use appropriate time management skills to capably complete tasks within given timeframes and balance this role with other their commitments.
- C8 - Teamwork - Library Orientation Representatives co-operate with a group of people with differing ideas and working styles.
|Co-curricular Record (CCR)||
UC Graduate Attributes (GAs)
|Bicultural Competence & Confidence||Community Engagement||Employability Innovation & Enterprise||Global Awareness|
|Work Readiness Skills (WRS)||Communication||A1||B1||C1||D1|
|Initiative and enterprise||A2||B2||C2||D2|
|Planning and organising||A5||B5||C5||D5|
- Not for academic credit