UC Librarians at ACRL 2017

Apr 03, 2017

Among other contributions from UC librarians at ACRL 2017*, a number of LAUC members contributed papers that are included in this year's conference proceedings:

UC Berkeley's Susan Edwards and Lynn Jones, collaborated with Scott Paul McGinnis, a PhD candidate in History, to present Big Data for Big Questions: Assessing the Impact of Non-English Language Sources on Doctoral Research at Berkeley [view PDF]. 

UCLA's Danielle Salomon, Reed Buck, and Annie Pho teamed up with Casey Shapiro and Marc Levis-Fitzgerald in the Center for Educational Assessment to introduce the Embedded Peer Inquiry Specialist Program, a service that combines the academic context of embedded librarianship with the scalability of peer learning services [view PDF].

* If your work was also featured at ACRL 2017, let the LAUC news team know!