The Academic Library in Times of Change

April 14, 2018

Collaborators for the Future: Bringing Our Values to the Trends and Changes in Our World

Session Category :  Keynote  Plenary 

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Pullman Hotel

How do we think about the future? For many, futuring begins by studying the trends and changes happening in society, […]

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April 15, 2018

Who Succeeds in Higher Education? Questioning the Connection Between Academic Libraries and Student Success

Session Category :  Invited Presentation  Plenary 

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Pullman Hotel

Many academic libraries are feeling pressured to join “student success” initiatives to collect and analyze data about students’ academic behaviors. […]

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SCIL: The Diplomat, the Showman, the Advocate, and Other Hats: Instruction Librarian Roles in Times of Change

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Information literacy instruction is a complex, ever-changing endeavor. Librarians are continually challenged to help students with research assignments, be engaging, […]

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SCORE: The Right to be Forgotten: Scholarly Communication and Ethics

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Scholarly communications often values free access above all else, but what happens when that drive for openness conflicts with ethical […]

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CARLDIG-S: Showcasing Agents of Change

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The academic librarian’s role is constantly evolving to adapt to the ever-changing information landscape and needs of students, and recent […]

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DIAL: Libraries Respond: Connecting with our Communities in Times of Crisis

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Diversity in Academic Libraries (DIAL) is an interest group of the larger California Academic and Research Libraries (CARL). Reestablished in […]

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ALIGN: Demand-Driven Acquisition: Saviour, False Prophet, or Mere Mortal?

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Collection development in academic libraries has always depended on the librarian’s knowledge of the assigned subject area, of the research […]

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