SRRT (Social Responsibilities Round Table)

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The Social Responsibilities Round Table works to make ALA more democratic and to establish progressive priorities not only for the Association, but also for the entire profession. Concern for human and economic rights was an important element in the founding of SRRT and remains an urgent concern today. SRRT believes that libraries and librarians must recognize and help solve social problems and inequities in order to carry out their mandate to work for the common good and bolster democracy.

Learn more about SRRT on the ALA website.

Libraries: Culture, History, and Society offers a webinar

  • 1.  Libraries: Culture, History, and Society offers a webinar

    Posted May 31, 2024 04:05 PM

    Thinking of publishing in library history?  Everyone who is interested in publishing in Libraries: Culture, History, & Society, the Library History Round Table's peer-reviewed journal, is invited to attend these free online webinars offered by Associate Editors Jason Martin and Julie Judkins! They will offer an overview of LCHS and strategies for authors wishing to publish in this rigorously-reviewed forum.  LHRT members and non-members are all welcome to participate.

    Registration Information:

    Thursday 13 June 2024 3:00 pm ET, 2:00 CT, 1:00 MT, 12:00 PT

    Tuesday 9 July 2024 11:00 am ET, 10:00 CT, 9:00 MT, 8:00 PT


    Jason Martin, Ed.D., is the Director of the Dr. and Mrs. James T. Cook Library & Learning Center at Florida State University, Panama City.  He holds a BA (History) and MA (Library & Information Science) from the University of South Florida as well as an Ed.D. (Educational Leadership) from the University of Central Florida.  He has published in Journal of Academic Librarianship and College & Research Libraries.

    Julie Judkins, Associate Professor, is the Department Head, Special Collections & Archives Research Center, at the Valley Library at Oregon State University.  She holds a BA from Willamette University, and an MSI from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.  Her previous articles have appeared in Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals, Journal of Copyright in Education & Librarianship, and The American Archivist.

    ***Please distribute widely!

    Carol A. Leibiger, MA. MSLIS, Ph.D.
    Co-Editor, Libraries: Culture, History, and Society
    Information Literacy Coordinator
    University of South Dakota
    Vermillion, SD 57069 USA