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LibParlor Classifieds – mid-March

Check out our new Classifieds! We've got a CFP for integrating pop culture in the academic library.

LibParlor Classifieds are a way to connect with members of the community to discuss research. Please fill out our Google Form to see your classifieds in the future!


Call for Proposals: Integrating Pop Culture into the Academic Library

Are you building a graphic novel collection? Do you integrate movie clips and memes into library instruction? Do you use video games for library programming? We invite chapter proposals for a forthcoming book from Rowman & Littlefield, Integrating Pop Culture into the Academic Library. This book will explore how popular culture is used in academic libraries for developing collections, providing instruction, and presenting outreach programs. This book will describe the foundational basis for using popular culture and discuss how popular culture promotes conversations between librarians and students, making information and library personnel relatable. The editors are librarians who utilize popular culture in various ways to provide instruction and reinforce information literacy concepts.

Contact: Thomas Weeks, Reference/Instruction Librarian at Augusta University at tweeks@augusta.edu

To learn more: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yleqOv23aGfOJCD_LDTem315OKwIs5H97WoShVupyyo/edit?usp=sharing

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