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ACRL Jun 14
New on ACRLog... Puzzles: A Problem-Solving Approach
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ACRL Jun 13
The latest edition of our Keeping Up With... series, featuring a discussion of Critical Assessment by Candice Benjes-Small, Maura Seale, Alex R. Hodges, and Meg Meiman, is now freely available!
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ACRL Jun 12
We're pleased to announce the release of our latest research report, “Open and Equitable Scholarly Communications: Creating a More Inclusive Future." It's now freely available on our website.
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ACRL Jun 11
The latest post in our President's Program EDI discussion series - "New Day, New Way: Engaging HBCUs and Students of Color in Diversity Recruitment and Collaboration" by Tina D. Rollins - is now up.
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ACRL Jun 11
Your ACRL Member of the Week is Beth Brown of Binghamton University!
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ACRL Jun 8
New on ACRLog... Making the space: Researching beyond IRDL
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ACRL Jun 7
Join us on Tuesday, June 11 and Wednesday, June 12 for a FREE ACRL 101 webcast featuring tips and personal recommendations on how to prepare for your trip to Washington, D.C. for . RVSP links are on ACRL Insider.
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ACRL Jun 7
Looking for some ? The latest installment of our President's Program EDI discussion series features a look at "What Does EDI Work Look Like in LIS Education?" by Helene Williams.
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ACRL Jun 6
Our Board of Directors encourages the ACRL membership to be engaged in ALA's Steering Committee on Organizational Effectiveness (SCOE) process to help build a new ALA. Complete details on ways to participate online and at are on ACRL Insider.
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ACRL Jun 5
New on ACRLog... Assumptions & Expectations
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ACRL Jun 5
The 2019 ACRL Environmental Scan is freely available on our website. Released every other year, the environmental scan provides a broad review of the current higher education landscape, with special focus on the state of academic and research libraries.
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ACRL Jun 4
The June 2019 issue of “C&RL News” is now freely available online.
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ACRL Jun 3
Lucas Berrini () of East Carolina University is your ACRL Member of the Week!
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ACRL May 31
New on ACRLog... Accessibility and Universal Design: A report on the BTAA Library Conference
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ACRL May 30
Congratulations to Veronica Arellano Douglas, Ashleigh Coren, Carlos Duarte, Michelle Gohr, Sofia Leung, Jessie Loyer, and Rachel McCaskill on their selection as facilitators for our Immersion Program.
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ACRL May 29
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ACRL May 29
Heading to DC for ? Don't miss our President's Program “Equity, Diversity, Inclusion… and Leadership: Where Do We Go From Here?" featuring Dr. Angela Spranger on Saturday June 22. Details are on ACRL Insider.
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ACRL May 28
Katie Hutchison of Walsh University is your ACRL Member of the Week!
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ACRL May 28
New on ACRLog... Culturally Responsive Teaching: Reflections from MILEX
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ACRL May 24
New on ACRLog... What Student Employees Have Taught Me
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