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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

Academic Librarians

Status of Academic Librarians in USA

Here is a WIKI which provides the academic status of academic librarians in the USA http://academic-librarian-status.wikispaces.com/  and provides ACRL statement.

Academic Librarianship

ACRL Asked and I Answered

As a past president of the Association of College and Research Libraries (2010-2011), it was a particular pleasure to respond to the questions that the ACRL Board asked of the candidates for ALA President. 1,544 more words

ACRL President (2010-2011)

I had the honor of serving as President of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) in 2010-2011. As a division president, I worked closely with Mary Ellen Davis (ACRL Executive Director), the ACRL Board of Directors, Roberta Stevens (who was ALA President that year), all of the other division presidents, and many other ALA and ACRL staff.   349 more words

Facebook Rolled Out Reactions and I Won Wednesday

Yesterday Facebook rolled out its newest feature…reactions. In addition to liking posts, users now have the option to love, laugh, hate, and more. As I scrolled through my news feed, I saw a post from… 100 more words

Academic Librarians

Librarians unite to edit Wikipedia

Imagine a World where Every Librarian Added One More Reference to Wikipedia.

Whether we admit it or not, most people start their research with Wikipedia. It serves its purpose: to give a general idea of a topic and sometimes where to find more research.

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How to get involved in ALA & ACRL as a student

Today marks the end of our ACRL/HLS Collaboration, check out Dylan Burns’s post on ACRLog about “Experience and LIS education.” Thanks to everyone involved, from the readers, to the contributors, to Sarah and Dylan for setting this up.  669 more words

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