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Creativity at the Edge: Cutting Back on Library Services during Hard Times

By Amanda Moeller and Julie Gilbert Gustavus Adolphus College, Folke Bernadotte Memorial Library [Case Study, Article] Introduction In a service profession like librarianship, it can be difficult to conceive of ever saying no. We are in the business of helping … Continue reading

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“Je Suis Charlie” and Our Commitment to Intellectual Freedom

The JCPL editorial board strongly condemns the attacks on the French satirical publication Charlie Hebdo and the murders of twelve individuals. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the families touched by the tragedy. We also see in … Continue reading

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Academic Librarians as Knowledge Creators

Author: Donna Witek, Associate Professor Public Services Librarian The University of Scranton donna [dot] witek [at] scranton [dot] edu @donnarosemary Abstract Despite support from national organizations like the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) and the American Association of … Continue reading

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Learning and the Arts: Library as Creative Partner

Authors Laurie Alexander Associate University Librarian for Learning and Teaching University of Michigan Hatcher Library 818 South Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1190 (734) 936-2381 lauriea at umich dot edu Beau David Case Head, Arts & Humanities University of Michigan Hatcher Graduate … Continue reading

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Welcome to two new editors

We would like to welcome two new editors. Michael Morris has been with the journal since May of 2014.  Michael is based in Oakland, working for PLOS as a Publications Manager. Having completed his Master’s in Library Science from Indiana … Continue reading

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