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    • Volunteer for an ACRL Committee or Section!

      The ACRL committee volunteer form for section and division-level appointments is now open! ACRL Vice-President/President-Elect Jon E. Cawthorne invites you to volunteer to serve on a 2020-21 division or section committee. Please visit the below link for more info and the volunteer form.

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    • Around ACRL: January 17, 2020

      Want to know what is happening in ACRL and its sections, interest groups, and discussion groups? Check out ACRL Insider every other Friday to keep up-to-date on activities from around the association. The Research Committee of the Science and Technology Section is accepting submissions for the Annual Research Forum and [...]
    • ACRL continues to advocate on issues of open access and copyright that affect libraries and our users. In recent days, ACRL has worked for the library community in the following ways: Letter to White House on Open AccessOn January 8, 2020, ACRL joined eight other library, research, and advocacy organizations [...]

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    • CHICAGO – The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) announces the publication of “The 360 Librarian: A Framework for Integrating Mindfulness, Emotional Intelligence, and Critical Reflection in the Workplace ” by Tammi M. Owens and Carol A. Daul-Elhindi, outlining a five-step framework that can help you apply calm awareness, contemplativeness, and engaged communication to your work.  
    • CHICAGO - The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) and its sections are sponsoring nine members to participate in 2020 class of American Library Association (ALA) Emerging Leaders. The program is designed to enable library staff and information workers to participate in project planning work groups, network with peers, gain an inside look into ALA structure, and have an opportunity to serve the profession in a leadership capacity early in their careers.