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ACRL LPSS Professional Development Committee (Law and Political Science Section) Committee

In: ACRL LPSS (Law & Political Science Section), Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) -- Publications, Guidelines and Standards, Instruction

Dear ACRL LPSS Members,

The Library Instruction Committee of the ACRL’s Law and Political Science Section invites you to participate in a survey.  This survey includes a series of items soliciting opinions on possible changes to the LPSS Political Science Research Competency Guidelines, as well as a short demographic section. The survey should take about 10-15 minutes to complete.  

Participation is completely voluntary, and individual items may be skipped or omitted as desired.  You will not be required to identify yourself in order to complete the survey.

Follow this link to the survey, or cut and paste this link into your browser.

LPSS Political Science Research Competency Guidelines Survey

The LPSS Library Instruction Committee is pleased to announce that the 2013 LPSS Annual Program Bibliography is now available online at:

http://libguides.uwb.edu/lpss2013

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Supports the continued development of law and political science librarians and librarianship in regards to library instruction, research support, collection development, technology and new media, scholarly communication, and other areas related to the profession and the Section. Works closely with the Executive, Membership, and Program Planning committees and may also coordinate with LPSS liaisons to external professional organizations.

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