NJ Chapter, ACRL / College and University Section of NJLA

NJ Chapter, ACRL / College and University Section of NJLA For more information, visit https://cus.njla.org/.
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We are the New Jersey Chapter of the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) combined with the College & University Section of the New Jersey Library Association (NJLA).

The Chronicle of Higher Education is offering a free webinar, The The Strategic Value of Libraries; on Thursday, May 7th...
05/01/2024

The Chronicle of Higher Education is offering a free webinar, The The Strategic Value of Libraries; on Thursday, May 7th at 2:00 p.m.
Registration: https://connect.chronicle.com/CHE-CI-WBN-2024-04-09-ValueOfLibraries-USF_01aRegistrationLP.html?utm_campaign=che-ci-evt-vf-usf-valueoflibraries&utm_medium=pg-bspt&utm_source=che-wb&utm_content=24-05-09

As higher ed faces more challenges, how can libraries play a greater role in student success and in other institutional goals? Today they are offering strategic value to a campus as hubs for student services, learning technologies, and academic innovation.

How can libraries — and librarians — continue to play their pivotal roles on campuses in the current environment, where enrollment and budget issues abound? Join us for a forum on Thursday, May 9, at 2 p.m. ET, featuring experts who will discuss the evolving role and strategic value of libraries, including:
How libraries create inclusive spaces
How libraries may transform in the decade ahead
How librarians can shape the ethical use of technologies such as AI

ACRL Chapters

As higher ed faces more challenges, how can libraries play a greater role in student success and in other strategic goals? Join us for an expert-led forum on The Strategic Value of Libraries.

Congratulations to Dr. Radford for the well-deserved  acknowledgment of the significant support that you provide to othe...
04/26/2024

Congratulations to Dr. Radford for the well-deserved acknowledgment of the significant support that you provide to others in the profession.

SC&I congratulates Professor of Library and Information Science Marie Radford who will receive the prestigious Rutgers Chancellor Award for Excellence in Mentoring for her “exceptional contributions toward mentoring post-doctoral researchers and/or early or mid-career faculty, and toward advancing the next generation of scholars.” Way to go, Marie, we're so proud of you!
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Dear Colleagues,The Spring 2024 issue of the NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter is now available: https://cus.njla.org/...
04/26/2024

Dear Colleagues,

The Spring 2024 issue of the NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter is now available:

https://cus.njla.org/content/newsletter/spring2024

We thank everyone who submitted articles and announcements. In this issue, we feature announcements and articles from around the state, including awards, promotions, and new faces. In the President’s column, learn more about Teaching Thursdays, a collaboration with NJASL. We have updates from SCARLA, VALE, and LibraryLinkNJ. We feature articles about book challenges, LIS research, and more.

We’d like to remind you that it’s time register for the NJLA Conference (May 29 - 31, 2024) with the theme “Breaking Barriers: Inclusive Collaboration”: https://njlaconference.info/

We hope you enjoy the articles in this issue!

If you have ideas or contributions for the Fall issue, please send them to: [email protected]

Sincerely,

Katie Cohen (Ramapo College)
Joan Dalrymple (Bergen CC)
Natalie Lau (Princeton University)
Maryalice Rocks (Intern, Rutgers University Student, SCARLA Member)

NJLA College and University Section/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter Committee

VALE NJ ACRL Chapters

As you may know, the proposed NJ State budget will cut $20 million dollars of funding for community colleges. This will ...
03/27/2024

As you may know, the proposed NJ State budget will cut $20 million dollars of funding for community colleges. This will be devastating to these institutions and will most-likely have a direct impact on all community college libraries in New Jersey.

Please visit the link below to learn more and support community colleges by contacting your legislators.

Join us to advocate for New Jersey's 18 community colleges. All of our efforts make education accessible and affordable for a more resilient and equitable New Jersey while supporting economic opportunity for all residents and building a skilled workforce to propel economic recovery.

Registration for the 2024 NJLA Conference is now OPEN! And there are many programs for academic librarians. https://njla...
03/25/2024

Registration for the 2024 NJLA Conference is now OPEN! And there are many programs for academic librarians. https://njlaconference.info/

2024 NJLA Conference registration is now open! Visit bit.ly/NJLA2024

It was great to see everyone in person at the 2024 NJ Academic Libraries Conference. Visit this page: https://vale.njedg...
03/08/2024

It was great to see everyone in person at the 2024 NJ Academic Libraries Conference. Visit this page: https://vale.njedge.net/2024-conference/ to view pics from the event as well as slides and poster session content. VALE

Dear Colleagues, We are now accepting submissions to the Spring 2024 NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter!  This is your ...
03/01/2024

Dear Colleagues,

We are now accepting submissions to the Spring 2024 NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter! This is your opportunity to share what’s happening at your library with your colleagues around the state. We are seeking all types of submissions, including feature articles about issues impacting academic libraries. Did you present at the NJAL Conference in January? This is a chance to reach a wider audience. We’d love to hear from you.

Please share with us:

-Articles: library involvement in providing AI resources and guidance, library marketing & outreach, innovative services, issues and trends in academic libraries, research projects, emerging technologies, OER efforts...

-Announcements: new faces, retirements, promotions, publications, presentations, grants, special events...

-Photos and videos of events...

Articles should be 1000 words or less, and photos and images should be attached separately. With article submissions, please include each author’s email address and photo. Articles may also be spotlighted on our section’s social media accounts or shared with ACRL’s national newsletter, Chapter Topics.



Deadline for submissions is MONDAY, APRIL 15th. The newsletter will be distributed on Monday, APRIL 22nd.

In case you would like an idea of what to submit:

Check out the Fall 2023 issue: https://cus.njla.org/content/newsletter/fall2023

Or past issues here: https://cus.njla.org/newsletters



Please forward all submissions, questions, ideas, and suggestions for content to:

[email protected]



Also, if you are interested in joining the Newsletter Committee, we would love to discuss opportunities. Just email us and we’ll get back to you: [email protected].

We look forward to hearing from you!

Sincerely,

Joan Dalrymple (Bergen CC)

Katie Cohen (Ramapo College)

NJLA College and University Section/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter Committee

Dear Colleagues, We are now accepting submissions to the Spring 2024 NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter!  This is your ...
02/01/2024

Dear Colleagues,

We are now accepting submissions to the Spring 2024 NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter! This is your opportunity to share what’s happening at your library with your colleagues around the state. We are seeking all types of submissions, including feature articles about issues impacting academic libraries. Did you present at the NJAL Conference? This is a chance to reach a wider audience. We’d love to hear from you.

Please share with us:

-Articles: library involvement in providing AI resources and guidance, library marketing & outreach, innovative services, issues and trends in academic libraries, research projects, emerging technologies, OER efforts...

-Announcements: new faces, retirements, promotions, publications, presentations, grants, special events...

-Photos and videos of events...

Articles should be 1000 words or less, and photos and images should be attached separately. With article submissions, please include each author’s email address and photo. Articles may also be spotlighted on our section’s social media accounts or shared with ACRL’s national newsletter, Chapter Topics.


Deadline for submissions is MONDAY, APRIL 15th. The newsletter will be distributed on Monday, APRIL 22nd.

In case you would like an idea of what to submit:

Check out the Fall 2023 issue: https://cus.njla.org/content/newsletter/fall2023

Or past issues here: https://cus.njla.org/newsletters


Please forward all submissions, questions, ideas, and suggestions for content to:

[email protected]


Also, if you are interested in joining the Newsletter Committee, we would love to discuss opportunities. Just email us and we’ll get back to you: [email protected].

We look forward to hearing from you!

Sincerely,

Joan Dalrymple (Bergen CC)
Katie Cohen (Ramapo College)

NJLA College and University Section/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter Committee
VALE NJ ACRL Chapters

Dear Colleagues,The Fall 2023 issue of the NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter is now available: https://cus.njla.org/co...
11/21/2023

Dear Colleagues,

The Fall 2023 issue of the NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter is now available:

https://cus.njla.org/content/newsletter/fall2023

We thank everyone who submitted articles and announcements. In this issue, we feature announcements and articles from around the state. In the President’s column, two new liaison roles are announced. We have updates from SCARLA, VALE, and LibraryLinkNJ. We feature articles about initiatives at Ramapo College, Kean University, Essex County College, and more.

Save the date for the upcoming New Jersey Academic Libraries Conference (formerly known as the VALE Users’ Conference) on Friday, January 5, 2024, at Middlesex College, featuring keynote speaker Emily Drabinski. This year’s theme is “Building the Future of Libraries: Technology, Community, & Student Success.”

We’d like to remind you that the call for proposals has gone out for the NJLA Conference (May 29 - 31, 2024) with the theme “Breaking Barriers: Inclusive Collaboration” Proposals are due December 8th: https://njlaconference.info/

We hope you enjoy the articles in this issue!



If you have ideas or contributions for the next issue, please send them to: [email protected]



Sincerely,

Katie Cohen (Ramapo College)

Joan Dalrymple (Bergen CC)

Natalie Lau (Princeton University)

NJLA College and University Section/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter Committee

Don't miss your chance to attend the in-person 2023 NJ Academic Libraries Conference. The registration is Friday, Decemb...
11/20/2023

Don't miss your chance to attend the in-person 2023 NJ Academic Libraries Conference. The registration is Friday, December 1st.
Register HERE https://forms.gle/gYUamxrE9aYDmgqj6

Colleagues,
We are pleased to announce the opening of registration for the 2024 New Jersey Academic Libraries Conference, to be held on Friday, January 5, 2024, at the Middlesex College, College Center in Edison, NJ.

We have a program of *17* breakout, *16* poster sessions, *10* lightning talks, *8* Roundtables, and a distinguished keynote speaker. This is the largest annual gathering of New Jersey academic librarians, and we hope you will join your colleagues and share your ideas on January 5th.

Our theme is "Building the Future of Libraries: Technology, Community, & Student Success". Emily Drabinski, Associate Professor in the Queens (N.Y.) College Graduate School of Library and Information Science and current President of the American Library Association will be our keynote speaker.

Please note that the registration deadline is December 1, 2023.
Register HERE https://forms.gle/gYUamxrE9aYDmgqj6

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VALE NJDear Colleagues,We are pleased to announce the opening of registration for the 2024 New Jersey Academic Libraries...
11/07/2023

VALE NJ
Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce the opening of registration for the 2024 New Jersey Academic Libraries Conference, to be held on Friday, January 5, 2024, at the Middlesex College, College Center in Edison, NJ.

We have a program of *17* breakout, *16* poster sessions, *10* lightning talks, *8* Roundtables, and a distinguished keynote speaker. This is the largest annual gathering of New Jersey academic librarians, and we hope you will join your colleagues and share your ideas on January 5th.

Our theme is "Building the Future of Libraries: Technology, Community, & Student Success". Emily Drabinski, Associate Professor in the Queens (N.Y.) College Graduate School of Library and Information Science and current President of the American Library Association will be our keynote speaker.

Please note that the registration deadline is December 1, 2023.

Register HERE https://forms.gle/gYUamxrE9aYDmgqj6

Visit the conference website https://vale.njedge.net/events-meetings/annual-conference/

If you experience problems completing the registration form online, please contact Gary Marks, Jr. at [email protected].

As we celebrate the 25th Anniversary of VALE NJ, the Conference Planning Committee has been organizing a special commemoration for the 2024 conference. We invite you to contribute to this effort by submitting photos or images from prior conferences. You can upload directly to our Dropbox linked below. We have a special need for images from conferences held prior to 2006. Also conferences held in 2017, 2018, and screenshots from the virtual conferences held in 2021, 2022, and 2023.

Submit images HERE https://www.dropbox.com/request/0JeIZXOAXzXrtvNQcqD0


Thank you,
Gary Marks, Jr.
Reference & Outreach Librarian
WPUNJ Cheng Library
973-720-2290
[email protected]

Dear Colleagues, We are pleased to announce the opening of registration for the 2024 New Jersey Academic Libraries Confe...
11/03/2023

Dear Colleagues,



We are pleased to announce the opening of registration for the 2024 New Jersey Academic Libraries Conference, to be held on Friday, January 5, 2024, at the Middlesex College, College Center in Edison, NJ.



We have a program of *17* breakout, *16* poster sessions, *10* lightning talks, *8* Roundtables, and a distinguished keynote speaker. This is the largest annual gathering of New Jersey academic librarians, and we hope you will join your colleagues and share your ideas on January 5th.



Our theme is "Building the Future of Libraries: Technology, Community, & Student Success". Emily Drabinski, Associate Professor in the Queens (N.Y.) College Graduate School of Library and Information Science and current President of the American Library Association will be our keynote speaker.



Please note that the registration deadline is December 1, 2023.



Register HERE https://forms.gle/gYUamxrE9aYDmgqj6

Visit the conference website https://vale.njedge.net/events-meetings/annual-conference/

If you experience problems completing the registration form online, please contact Gary Marks, Jr. at [email protected].

As we celebrate the 25th Anniversary of VALE NJ, the Conference Planning Committee has been organizing a special commemoration for the 2024 conference. We invite you to contribute to this effort by submitting photos or images from prior conferences. You can upload directly to our Dropbox linked below. We have a special need for images from conferences held prior to 2006. Also conferences held in 2017, 2018, and screenshots from the virtual conferences held in 2021, 2022, and 2023.



Submit images HERE https://www.dropbox.com/request/0JeIZXOAXzXrtvNQcqD0





Thank you,

Gary Marks, Jr.

Reference & Outreach Librarian

WPUNJ Cheng Library

973-720-2290

Dear Colleagues, We are accepting submissions to the Fall 2023 NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter.  This is your opport...
10/25/2023

Dear Colleagues,

We are accepting submissions to the Fall 2023 NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter. This is your opportunity to share what’s happening at your library with your colleagues around the state. We are seeking all types of submissions, including feature articles about issues impacting academic libraries. We’d love to hear from you.

Please share with us:

-Articles: library involvement in providing AI resources and guidance, library marketing & outreach, innovative services, issues and trends in academic libraries, research projects, emerging technologies, OER efforts...

-Announcements: new faces, retirements, promotions, publications, presentations, grants, special events...

-Photos and videos of events...

Articles should be 1000 words or less, and photos and images should be attached separately. With article submissions, please include each author’s email address and photo. Articles may also be spotlighted on our section’s social media accounts or shared with ACRL’s national newsletter, Chapter Topics.

Deadline for submissions is MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6th. The newsletter will be distributed on Monday, NOVEMBER 13th.

In case you would like an idea of what to submit:

Check out the Spring 2023 issue: https://cus.njla.org/content/newsletter/Spring2023

Or past issues here: http://cus.njla.org/cusnewsletter

Please forward all submissions, questions, ideas, and suggestions for content to:

[email protected]

Also, if you are interested in joining the Newsletter Committee, we would love to discuss opportunities. Just email us and we’ll get back to you: [email protected].

We look forward to hearing from you!

Sincerely,

Joan Dalrymple (Bergen CC)

Katie Cohen (Ramapo College)

NJLA College and University Section/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter Committee

Dear Colleagues,On behalf of the New Jersey Library Association College and University Section/Association of College & ...
10/09/2023

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the New Jersey Library Association College and University Section/Association of College & Research Libraries-New Jersey Chapter (NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ), the Membership Assessment Task Force is conducting a survey to gauge participation in organizational memberships. The purpose of this survey is to understand the value of organizational memberships and what kinds of professional development opportunities are of interest to the NJ academic library community. We hope that the data from this survey will help us to better serve our existing (and future!) members.

The survey is open to anyone who holds an MLS/MLIS in New Jersey and who currently works or has previously worked in academic libraries. We are interested in hearing from active members of NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ as well as former members and folks who have never joined.

The survey can be found here: https://rutgers.libwizard.com/f/NJCUS

If you have any problems with the link, please contact Maria Deptula, [email protected], or Nicole Potdevin, [email protected]. For any questions about this project or for more information, please contact one of the task force members. All contact information is below.

We would appreciate it if you could share this survey with your colleagues or anyone else you know who fits that description. Thanks so much for participating. We hope you have a great fall semester!

NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Membership Assessment Task Force
Nicole Potdevin, Chair, Fairleigh Dickinson University, [email protected]
Theresa Agostinelli, Brookdale Community College, [email protected]
Maria Deptula, Rutgers University, [email protected]
Kate Hossain, Bergen Community College, [email protected]
Daniel Kipnis, Rowan University, [email protected]
Ruth Ware, Essex Community College, [email protected]

ACRL Chapters
-NJ

https://ruonlinecon.rutgers.edu/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=activecampaign&utm_campaign=ruonlinecon-2024Call for Presen...
09/13/2023

https://ruonlinecon.rutgers.edu/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=activecampaign&utm_campaign=ruonlinecon-2024
Call for Presentations

Rutgers is seeking dynamic presenters and presentations for the 15th annual Rutgers Online Learning Conference on March 11, 2024. Submit your proposalby Oct. 30th to share novel, engaging or effective approaches to online, blended, or web-enhanced instructional methods or innovations.

Delivered wholly online, the 2024 conference will feature more than 20 sessions in five topic areas.

Topic Threads:

AI and Emerging Tech

Lifelong Learning & Micro-credentialing

Teaching and Learning

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility

Online Program Management and Administration

Session formats (live and pre-recorded options):

Interactive (50 min.)

Panel (50 min.)

Seminar & Case Study/Research (50 min.)

Thank you in advance for sharing your expertise to help make a premiere event for educators across the country. We look forward to seeing your insights!
Submit a proposal: https://ruonlinecon.rutgers.edu/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=activecampaign&utm_campaign=ruonlinecon-2024&fbclid=IwAR0KCDFg8FC_zq291OcxcHSpxdKNaV6Q_GyoZvo_4LK9N51eST4yAn0Jz-0

We are now accepting submissions to the Fall 2023 NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter!  This is your opportunity to shar...
09/12/2023

We are now accepting submissions to the Fall 2023 NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter! This is your opportunity to share what’s happening at your library with your colleagues around the state. We are seeking all types of submissions, including feature articles about issues impacting academic libraries. We’d love to hear from you.

Please share with us:

-Articles: library involvement in providing AI resources and guidance, library marketing & outreach, innovative services, issues and trends in academic libraries, research projects, emerging technologies, OER efforts...

-Announcements: new faces, retirements, promotions, publications, presentations, grants, special events...
-Photos and videos of events...

Articles should be 1000 words or less, and photos and images should be attached separately. With article submissions, please include each author’s email address and photo. Articles may also be spotlighted on our section’s social media accounts or shared with ACRL’s national newsletter, Chapter Topics.


Deadline for submissions is MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6th. The newsletter will be distributed on Monday, NOVEMBER 13th.

In case you would like an idea of what to submit:

Check out the Spring 2023 issue: https://cus.njla.org/content/newsletter/Spring2023
Or past issues here: http://cus.njla.org/cusnewsletter

Please forward all submissions, questions, ideas, and suggestions for content to: [email protected]

Also, if you are interested in joining the Newsletter Committee, we would love to discuss opportunities. Just email us and we’ll get back to you: [email protected].

We are pleased to announce the Keynote Speaker at the 2024 New Jersey Academic Libraries Conference will be Emily Drabin...
09/08/2023

We are pleased to announce the Keynote Speaker at the 2024 New Jersey Academic Libraries Conference will be Emily Drabinski!

Emily Drabinski is Associate Professor in the Queens (N.Y.) College Graduate School of Library and Information Studies. She edits Gender and Sexuality in Information Studies, a book series from Library Juice Press/Litwin Books. Drabinski currently serves as President of the American Library Association.

2024 New Jersey Academic Libraries Conference
Building the Future of Libraries: Technology, Community, & Student SuccessFriday, January 5, 2024Middlesex College, Edison, NJ
VALE NJ ACRL Chapters

VALE will be kicking off September programming with an New Jersey Academic Library Conference Proposal Tips Webinar on W...
09/04/2023

VALE will be kicking off September programming with an New Jersey Academic Library Conference Proposal Tips Webinar on Wednesday, Sept. 13 at 1 pm. Attend this webinar to learn about the proposal process, review examples of successful past proposals, and get advice on connecting the theme to your proposal. Proposals are open now through October 2nd!
Register: https://wpunj.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJItcuispz4oGdDBOKgiWFgwS9ZN8iyK404Q #/registration
This event is hosted by Gary Marks, Jr., Reference & Outreach Librarian, WPUNJ Cheng Library.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
See below and attached for the most up to date listing of fall events. All upcoming meetings & events are also posted on the VALE website: https://vale.njedge.net/events-meetings/
Submit a proposal: https://vale.njedge.net/events-meetings/annual-conference/

Open Textbook Collaborate Faculty Showcase Where: Ocean County College, Middlesex College, and the County College of Mor...
08/30/2023

Open Textbook Collaborate Faculty Showcase
Where: Ocean County College, Middlesex College, and the County College of Morris
When: Wednesday – Friday September 20-22. Register: https://forms.office.com/r/xEPGTcc54s.
Registration is free and lunch/coffee/refreshments will be provided!

Contact Steve Chudnick, Project Coordinator, Open Textbook Collaborative FIPSE Grant with any questions: [email protected]

Proposals are open! For Breakout Sessions, Lightning Talks, Roundtable Discussions, and Poster Session proposals, please...
08/23/2023

Proposals are open!
For Breakout Sessions, Lightning Talks, Roundtable Discussions, and Poster Session proposals, please use this form: https://forms.gle/kMjtB7rLcyyfxDHd7
For questions about Breakout Sessions, Lightning Talk, or roundtable Proposals, please contact: Maria Deptula, [email protected]
For questions about Poster Session proposals, please contact: Adriana Mamay, [email protected]
Deadline & Notification
Completed proposals are due no later than Monday, October 2, 2023. No extensions will be provided.
Decisions regarding the proposals will be announced by Monday, October 16, 2023.
Proposal Tips Webinar:
We will host a webinar on Wednesday, September 13, 2023, 1pm via Zoom. Attend this webinar to learn about the proposal process, examples of successful past proposals, and connecting the theme to your proposal. More information to follow.

Save the date! The 2024 New Jersey Academic Libraries Conference will take place on Friday, January 5th, 2024 at Middles...
08/01/2023

Save the date!
The 2024 New Jersey Academic Libraries Conference will take place on Friday, January 5th, 2024 at Middlesex College.
Theme: Building the Future of Libraries: Technology, Community, & Student Success
Date/Time: Friday, January 5, 2024; 8:30am – 4:30 pm
Location: Middlesex College
After meeting virtually for the past few years, it will be great to see everyone in person.

Save the date! The 2024 New Jersey Academic Libraries Conference will take place on Friday, January 5th, 2024 at Middles...
07/28/2023

Save the date!
The 2024 New Jersey Academic Libraries Conference will take place on Friday, January 5th, 2024 at Middlesex College.
Theme: Building the Future of Libraries: Technology, Community, & Student Success
Date/Time: Friday, January 5, 2024; 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Location: Middlesex College

After meeting virtually for the past few years, it will be great to see everyone in person.

The NJLA CUS 2023 Summer Workshop is fast approaching and so is the deadline! Come enjoy talks and presentations given b...
07/17/2023

The NJLA CUS 2023 Summer Workshop is fast approaching and so is the deadline! Come enjoy talks and presentations given by your colleagues. Registration closes tonight so be sure to register ASAP! https://forms.gle/yhZjQPwcukpg9dgA6

Once again, the Assessment and Reference/User Education Committees are holding our summer workshop!Theme: Blue Skies, Op...
06/07/2023

Once again, the Assessment and Reference/User Education Committees are holding our summer workshop!

Theme: Blue Skies, Open Waters: Laying a Course for Innovation

Date: Thursday, July 20, 2023

Time: 10am – 12:30pm

Place: Zoom workshop

Cost: Free

This workshop will include Lightning Talks as well as what we are calling “concurrent sessions.” Concurrent sessions are either round table discussions or longer presentations. Lightning Talks and Concurrent Sessions should be on issues of interest to academic and high school librarians involved in information literacy instruction and teaching, assessment, and reference services. Librarians, faculty, and LIS students are invited to submit a proposal for this participant-driven, half-day workshop. For submitting a proposal, please review the submission form. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSch1MAzlpuJaJvYiqgQwKuncCh_WGrZh5RwFdGmwlAHkj_yaQ/viewform

Please submit your proposals no later than Thursday, June 15, 2023.

Registration information will be available June 26, 2023 (12:00 am) – July 13, 2023 (11:59 pm).

-NJ

https://cus.njla.org/content/newsletter/spring2023Dear Colleagues,The Spring 2023 issue of the NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Chapter ...
04/28/2023

https://cus.njla.org/content/newsletter/spring2023

Dear Colleagues,

The Spring 2023 issue of the NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter is now available:



https://cus.njla.org/content/newsletter/spring2023



We thank everyone who submitted articles and announcements. In this issue, we feature announcements from around the state, a VALE update, articles about innovative outreach programs, and a lot more.

We’d like to remind you that registration is open for the NJLA Conference (May 31-June 2, 2023). This year’s theme is “Sustainably Forward.” Here’s the link: https://njlaconference.info/

We hope you enjoy the articles in this issue!



If you have ideas or contributions for the next issue, please send them to: [email protected]



Sincerely,

Katie Cohen (Ramapo College)

Joan Dalrymple (Bergen CC)

Liz Siecke (Ramapo College)

Rachel King (Cooper Medical School of Rowan University)

NJLA College and University Section/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter Committee

The 2023 NJLA Conference will take place from May 31-June 2, 2023, at Harrah's in Atlantic City.Registration is now open...
04/12/2023

The 2023 NJLA Conference will take place from May 31-June 2, 2023, at Harrah's in Atlantic City.
Registration is now open! https://njlaconference.info/ We hope to see you there.
-NJ -CONF

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