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Demystifying Academic Librarianship


Demystifying Academic Librarianship: Collection Development Interview with Coordinator of Scholarly Communications & Electronic Resources Kristin Laughtin-Dunker

December 12, 2019 by | Demystifying Academic Librarianship

So far, all of the blogs in this series explaining the work that academic librarians do has focused on face-to-face interactions between librarians and students, faculty, and other visitors, whether that’s in the classroom, at the Reference Desk, or in the librarian’s office for an IRC. This final post in the series, however, focuses on

Demystifying Academic Librarianship: Subject Liaison Librarianship Interview with Ivan Portillo, Health Sciences Librarian

December 5, 2019 by | Demystifying Academic Librarianship

Let’s say you’re a junior, staring down the barrel of a massive research paper at the end of Fall semester. You know what you’re writing about, but you’re just not sure where to start with your research – it feels too overwhelming. You remember your library instruction class during your FFC, but that was two

Demystifying Academic Librarianship: Instruction Interview with Taylor Greene, Chair of Instructional Services

November 7, 2019 by | Demystifying Academic Librarianship

For many Chapman University students, the first interaction with a librarian from the Leatherby Libraries is in the classroom. One of the four key components of academic librarianship, which are being explored in this blog series, is instruction, which is carried out in a number of ways, including a day of library instruction for every

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