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New Book: Critical Library Pedagogy

ACRL published a two-volume set, Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook. While it is library-focused, there are some chapters written by archivists. Although I have not read it, I expect some of the library instruction techniques can be applied to archival instruction. 1,172 more words

New Publication

Comment on proposed standards for public service metrics

Earlier this summer, the SAA-ACRL/RBMS Joint Task Force on the Development of Standardized Statistical Measures for Public Services in Archival Repositories and Special Collections Libraries drafted proposed standards for public service metrics. 39 more words

Archives

The More Frames, The Better

Cindi Tysick, Head of Educational Services in the Research, Education and Outreach Unit of the University Libraries at the University at Buffalo used Canva to create posters to visually represent each of the frames of ACRL’s  247 more words

Poster

The ACRL Information Literacy Constellation

In its first action on the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education, the ACRL Board stated that “we have accepted the Framework and it will assume its place among the constellation of documents used by information literacy practitioners” ( 1,013 more words

Librarian Integration into A 1st Year Experience Course: From the Periphery into the Thick of It

For more information about our 1st year experience course, UC 160, please click here.

To see a LibGuide we created to support UC 160 course texts, please click… 210 more words

ACRL

Coloring: So Hot Right Now

Coloring has been the go-to stress reliever in libraries for a while now, so it was only a matter of time before we jumped on that bandwagon. 148 more words

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