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Walk This Way: How The Library Can Build Community On Campus By Creating A Physical And Virtual Walk, Laura Wilson, Lisa Villa, Corinne Tabolt, Susan Skoog 2022 College of the Holy Cross

Walk This Way: How The Library Can Build Community On Campus By Creating A Physical And Virtual Walk, Laura Wilson, Lisa Villa, Corinne Tabolt, Susan Skoog

ACRL New England Chapter Annual Conference

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Hired During Covid: Interviewing And Onboarding In A Pandemic, Roslyn Grandy, Lauren M. Fletcher, Rachel Whitney, Faythe Thurman 2022 University of Connecticut

Hired During Covid: Interviewing And Onboarding In A Pandemic, Roslyn Grandy, Lauren M. Fletcher, Rachel Whitney, Faythe Thurman

ACRL New England Chapter Annual Conference

No abstract provided.


Books At Berklee: Re-Imaginations For A Time Of Resiience, Judith S. Pinnolis 2022 Berklee College of Music/The Boston Conservatory

Books At Berklee: Re-Imaginations For A Time Of Resiience, Judith S. Pinnolis

ACRL New England Chapter Annual Conference

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Building Community With A Wellness Library, Renee Walsh, Jennifer Chaput 2022 University of Connecticut - Storrs

Building Community With A Wellness Library, Renee Walsh, Jennifer Chaput

ACRL New England Chapter Annual Conference

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“So Tell Me About Your Research”: Using Faculty Interviews To Build Research Partnerships, Eric Toole, Allison Martel, Alicia Hopkins, Mackenzie Dunn, Sheri Sochrin 2022 Springfield College - Springfield, MA

“So Tell Me About Your Research”: Using Faculty Interviews To Build Research Partnerships, Eric Toole, Allison Martel, Alicia Hopkins, Mackenzie Dunn, Sheri Sochrin

ACRL New England Chapter Annual Conference

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Community Tracking Indicators For Open And Inclusive Scholarship, Micah Altman 2022 Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Community Tracking Indicators For Open And Inclusive Scholarship, Micah Altman

ACRL New England Chapter Annual Conference

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Advocating For Individual And Collective Agency Through Community, Andrea Baer 2022 Rowan University

Advocating For Individual And Collective Agency Through Community, Andrea Baer

ACRL New England Chapter Annual Conference

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A Historical Trace Of Library And Information Science Education In Selected Countries Of Africa- Nigeria, Ghana And South Africa, Peter Olubunmi Olubiyo, Lydia Mercy Olubiyo 2022 Adeyemi College Education,Ondo

A Historical Trace Of Library And Information Science Education In Selected Countries Of Africa- Nigeria, Ghana And South Africa, Peter Olubunmi Olubiyo, Lydia Mercy Olubiyo

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

LIS education is more concerned with training in librarianship. LIS education aimed at producing competent librarians to manage all types of libraries in the countries of the world for sustainability. Other information related disciplines such as documentation, archives and records management were relatively unknown when they started existing, thus, they were not accorded prominence. However, librarianship in Africa owes its origin to colonialism. Colonialism introduced reading and writing among the indigenous people. Until then, the two activities were alien. Colonial governments introduced Western education which entailed among others, reading and writing. In an attempt to boost the two activities, a ...


Navigating Your Rights & Responsibilities To Image Resources On The Open Web And In The Library, Nat Gustafson-Sundell 2022 Minnesota State University, Mankato

Navigating Your Rights & Responsibilities To Image Resources On The Open Web And In The Library, Nat Gustafson-Sundell

Library Services Faculty and Staff Publications

Students and the public often need to use image resources for a variety of applications, but they may not have a strong understanding of their rights and responsibilities to online and print image resources, especially for creative and commercial purposes. They may also not realize that there are image resources other than, and often better than Google Images. My library cancelled an expensive image database about ten years ago. Afterward, I developed an image resources libguide and instruction session about image resources in consultation with several Art & Design faculty. The libguide presents a curated, free collection as a superior alternative ...


Repository Additions, May 2022, Cedarville University 2022 Cedarville University

Repository Additions, May 2022, Cedarville University

DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports

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Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For May 2022, Cedarville University 2022 Cedarville University

Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For May 2022, Cedarville University

DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports

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Bibliography For "From Frida To Warhol: A Display In Celebration Of Queer Artists", Margaret Puentes, David Carson 2022 Chapman University

Bibliography For "From Frida To Warhol: A Display In Celebration Of Queer Artists", Margaret Puentes, David Carson

Library Displays and Bibliographies

A bibliography created to accompany a display about queer artists in June 2022 at the Leatherby Libraries at Chapman University.


Being The Newbie: How To Support The Successful Integration Of A New Librarian, Dymond Bush 2022 Bryant University

Being The Newbie: How To Support The Successful Integration Of A New Librarian, Dymond Bush

Library Staff Publications, Presentations & Journal Articles

Transitioning to a new career is difficult but doing so amid a global pandemic presents a unique set of challenges. This session will provide a brief overview of the experience of being new to this field from recruitment to retention. In this session, the presenter will discuss how they navigated health and safety concerns, job searching, imposter syndrome and more. The presenter will discuss how they built a support network and leveraged resources to successfully begin a new position in an academic library. This session will share tools for new professionals, seasoned professionals, and managers. Attendees will develop strategies for ...


Perspective-Taking And Perspectival Expansions: A Reflection And An Invitation, Andrea Baer 2022 Rowan University

Perspective-Taking And Perspectival Expansions: A Reflection And An Invitation, Andrea Baer

Communications in Information Literacy

Over the past two+ years, many of us have been recalibrating our views on teaching and learning, our approaches to information literacy education, and our orientations to everyday life in and outside of work. As I imagine how I want my own engagement in teaching and learning to continue unfolding, I’ve also been reflecting on what I value about Communication in Information Literacy’s (CIL) Perspectives section and what I hope for it as the journal, information literacy, and education continue to evolve. In this short essay, I consider different ways of thinking about the term perspectives; reflect on ...


Flexibility Is Key: Co-Creating A Rubric For Programmatic Instructional Assessment, Maya Hobscheid, Kristin Kerbavaz 2022 Grand Valley State University

Flexibility Is Key: Co-Creating A Rubric For Programmatic Instructional Assessment, Maya Hobscheid, Kristin Kerbavaz

Communications in Information Literacy

This paper describes a project undertaken at Grand Valley State University in which a co-creative model was used to develop a rubric for assessing student learning in library instruction. It outlines the design process as well as the training and support provided throughout implementation. It concludes with the authors’ reflections on the successes and challenges of the process and provides recommendations for future projects.


Human Inquiry In Scholarly Communication: Reconnecting With The Foundations Of Research, Emily Ford 2022 Portland State University

Human Inquiry In Scholarly Communication: Reconnecting With The Foundations Of Research, Emily Ford

Library Faculty Publications and Presentations

This column discusses refocusing our scholarly communication work on human inquiry and provides actions we can take that will allow us to move forward on that path.


Top Trends In Academic Libraries, Alex D. McAllister, Michael Flierl, Thomas R. Caswell, Laura Costello, Anita R. Hall, Cindy Li, Monica Maher, Mary Piorun, Patrice-Andre Prud’homme, Brian D. Quigley, Gregory Walker 2022 University of North Florida

Top Trends In Academic Libraries, Alex D. Mcallister, Michael Flierl, Thomas R. Caswell, Laura Costello, Anita R. Hall, Cindy Li, Monica Maher, Mary Piorun, Patrice-Andre Prud’Homme, Brian D. Quigley, Gregory Walker

Library Faculty Presentations & Publications

This article summarizes trending topics in academic librarianship from the past two years–a time of tremendous upheaval and change, including a global pandemic, difficult reflections concerning racial justice, and war between nation states. Rapid changes and uncertainty from these events have created a significant amount of shifts to academic libraries, higher education, and society in general. Such shifts have yielded new perspectives and innovations in how librarians approach delivering services, supporting student success, managing staff and physical spaces, embracing new technology, and managing data. This report attempts to provide a snapshot of developments worth noting.


Juneteenth 2022, Raquel Estrada, William Flores, Shannon Pensa 2022 The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Juneteenth 2022, Raquel Estrada, William Flores, Shannon Pensa

Library Display Posters

Collection of posters created celebrating Juneteenth 2022.


Recovery, Christopher V. Hollister, Allison Hosier, April Schweikhard, Jacqulyn A. Williams 2022 University at Buffalo

Recovery, Christopher V. Hollister, Allison Hosier, April Schweikhard, Jacqulyn A. Williams

Communications in Information Literacy

The Editors-in-Chief of Communications in Information Literacy discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on scholarly production and on the information literacy community more generally. They propose the need for a period of recovery, and they recommit to the values and the ethics of care that drive all facets of the journal's operations.


Meet Students Where They Are: Centering Wikipedia In The Classroom, Diana E. Park, Laurie M. Bridges 2022 Oregon State University

Meet Students Where They Are: Centering Wikipedia In The Classroom, Diana E. Park, Laurie M. Bridges

Communications in Information Literacy

There is a common classroom refrain, “Don’t use Wikipedia; it’s unreliable.” Unfortunately, this simple dismissal of the world’s largest repository of information fails to engage students in a critical conversation about how knowledge within Wikipedia is constructed and shared. Wikipedia is available in almost 300 languages, it is the top result in most Google searches, and it provides free, well-sourced, information to millions of people every day. However, despite these positives, there is uneven geographic, historical, and cultural representation; there are well-known information gaps related to women, gender, and sexual identity; and the majority of Wikipedia editors ...


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