Provides a forum for the exchange of information about library services in local history and genealogy. Creates and fosters an environment for creativity and growth by acting as a catalyst for new ideas and problem-solving initiatives.
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Reference and User Services Association (RUSA) HS History Librarians Discussion Group
Provides a forum for discussion of issues pertaining to interlibrary loan and resource sharing among all types of libraries
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The purpose of this group is to share ideas and develop new connections for future collegiality and support. Topics for discussions include but are not limited to retention improvements, introduction to higher education research skills development, outreach, first generation students, international students, students enrolled simultaneously in high school and college (dual enrollment programs), reference services, etc. Please contact Douglas Hasty (email@example.com) for questions and suggestions.
Discussion list for RUSA History Section
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The focus of the Copyright IG is on providing a forum for the RUSA community to exchange ideas relating to copyright law and its application, to strengthen communication and cooperation among RUSA members on issues relating to copyright, and to provide opportunities for growth and improved reference services.
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Many libraries of all types are involved or want to be involved in providing financial literacy programming, financial reference assistance, personal finance collections, and other library services and resources that support their users’ information needs for financial decision-making. This RUSA interest group is focused on sharing ideas and building a community around those already engaged in or interested in exploring the topic of financial literacy and libraries.
This Interest Group will focus on the topic of Shared Collections, which can encompass shared print initiatives, shared storage facilities, and prospective sharing of collections through cooperative collection development.
Discuss, promote, and support the role of reference and user services in academic libraries
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Join the Conversation! Whether you are just starting with virtual reference or have expanded existing services with new technologies, this forum will give you an opportunity to learn from colleagues. Topics of discussion include what is currently going well, lessons learned from past experiences, and future plans. This eForum is a joint collaboration of the following RUSA committees: RSS/Virtual Reference Services & ETS/Managing Emerging Technology and is open to all. #vrceforum
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