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Closing the College Readiness Gap

The following is an excerpt from a post last week in Campus Technology, reporting on the results of a set of recent surveys of university faculty and employers on college and career readiness: 414 more words

Information Literacy

ACRL Statement on Academic Freedom

The following statement was approved by the Board of Directors of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) during the Annual Conference of the American Library Association, June 2015. 233 more words

Academic Freedom

Such MadMen, So Piktochart

Following up on my previous post, here is the image I made for our webpage that links to the Share Your Story form:

Academic Librarians

Collect Success Stories To Fuel Word-of-Mouth Marketing

As part of our ongoing marketing campaign, we’ve begun collecting library success stories from our students, faculty, and staff. We hope to share these stories via social media, marketing materials, and our website. 127 more words

Academic Librarians

Yes, Yes (Part 1)

When I first started my position at UCI, I occasionally heard librarians refer to me as an academic. The logic was that since I did not have an MLS—or any other arrangement of capital letters designating me as an officially accredited librarian—I was something else. 810 more words

JHU Press receives Mellon grant to develop MUSE Open

By Melanie Schaffner, Project MUSE Staff

Johns Hopkins University Press is delighted to announce the award of a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support the development of MUSE Open, a distribution channel for open access monographs through… 345 more words

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