The mission of the Library Instruction Round Table (LIRT) is to provide a forum for discussion of activities, programs, and problems of instruction in the use of libraries; to contribute to the education and training of librarians for library instruction; to promote instruction in the use of libraries as an essential library service, and to serve as a channel of communication on library instruction between the ALA divisions, ALA and ACRL committees, state clearinghouses, Project LOEX, other organizations concerned with instruction in the use of libraries, and members of the Association.
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The ACRL Academic Library Services for Graduate Students Interest Group's (ALSGS) Notable Works for Library Support of Graduate Students Working Group thanks everyone for their nominations to our inaugural annual Notable Works List.
With so many wonderful submissions we were able to identify both Notable Works and items that are Also Noteworthy. You can find the list on our libguide: https://acrl.libguides.com/als4gsig/notable
Our goal is to recognize and showcase excellent professional contributions that inform the work of library colleagues who support graduate students. Submissions included projects and publications by library workers or by researchers in related fields who shed light on important elements of serving graduate students.
Categories of work considered included:
Please direct any questions to Abbie Basile (email@example.com), Geoff Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Mark Lenker (email@example.com).
The Notable Works for Library Support of Graduate Students Working Group is:
If you would be interested in participating in this work in the next year, let us know or look for a call for working group members in the coming weeks.
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