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LibParlor Classifieds – 6/1/21

Check out our new Classifieds! This time we have a call for chapters in an upcoming ACRL book, Creators 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 Chapter Proposals: Creators in the Academic Library

We are excited to invite chapter proposals for our forthcoming ACRL book, Creators in the Academic Library, with an anticipated publication date of Spring 2023.  

This edited volume seeks to increase the impact of academic libraries on creator communities by bringing together ideas for and approaches to their unique information needs. The book aims to include chapters that focus on any of a wide range of creators in disciplines such as engineering, architecture, design, creative writing, the arts, and more. By bringing together chapters on creators writ large, we hope to reveal shared commonalities of experience, practice, and information needs. Ultimately, this book will enable librarians to develop more meaningful services for creators and more powerful connections with students in these fields.

If you have a case study, unique approach, or informed perspective to share in areas such as information literacy, outreach, service design, collections, or intellectual property for any kind of creator, please consider submitting a proposal! Proposals are due by July 19, 2021. 

Contact: ACRLcreators@gmail.com

To learn more: https://sites.google.com/colorado.edu/creatorsintheacademiclibrary/

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