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The murder victim? Your library assumptions. Suspects? It could have been any of us.
The murder victim? Your library assumptions. Suspects? It could have been any of us.

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New editorial! Update your back-to-school fall reading list. What editors @HughRundle @edorney @elliehearts @catladylib @SBULibBethany @librarianlinz @ibeilin have been reading
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“Unpacking and overcoming ‘edutainment’ in library instruction.” Sarah Polkinghorne on engaging ‪#‎infolit‬ students w/ ‪#‎theater‬
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Give new life to the undergraduate research paper. "‪#‎Archives‬ Alive!: librarian-faculty collaboration and an alternative to the five-page paper" by Tom Keegan and Kelly McElroy
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“New Grads, Meet New Metrics.” Why Early Career #Librarians Should Care About #Altmetrics & Research Impact. Our latest from Robin Chin Roemer and Rachel Borchardt.
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Some serious ‪#‎critlib‬ discussion for you this morning --
"Why ‪#‎Diversity‬ Matters: A Roundtable Discussion on Racial and Ethnic Diversity in ‪#‎Librarianship‬."
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#‎tbt‬ to "Beyond the Threshold: Conformity, Resistance, & the ‪#‎ACRLframework‬ for ‪#‎highered‬" by newest editor, Ian Beilin!
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Jen Stevens, Theresa Calcagno, Claudia C. Holland, and Nathan Putnam team up to take a close look at libraries and self-governance in "Revising Academic Library Governance Handbooks."
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We are positively thrilled to welcome Bethany Messersmith to our editorial board!

A special #tbt to her recent article, "Adopting the Educator's Mindset: Charting New Paths in Curriculum and Assessment Mapping" from this past spring to celebrate.
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