Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Webinar, March 26: Embedded Librarianship: The State of the Art #acrl

There is a live webcast, Embedded Librarianship: The State of the Art, on March 26th at 11am US Pacific time (see for times elsewhere; n.b. this is still a date where the US clocks have changed to Summertime and the British ones have not) "Academic libraries have increasingly adopted models of embedded librarianship as an approach to creating an integrated and sustained library presence across the curriculum and institution. In this webcast, librarians will present a diverse range of examples of successful embedded projects, both online and on-campus. They will share strategies for implementing and assessing embedded projects, as well as sustainability and scalability of embedded programs. The discussion will include examples of innovative embedded programs both in and out of the classroom, serving to foster long-term connections across campus." Presenters are: Kaijsa Calkins, University of Wyoming; Cass Kvenild, University of Wyoming; Elizabeth Leonard, Seton Hall University; Erin McCaffrey, Regis University.
You need to download Elluminate to participate. There are fees for the webinar e.g. $50 (US) for ACRL members and $90 if you are a member neither of ALA nor of ACRL. More info at
Photo by Sheila Webber: Orange dropped from the tree, fountain, University of Granada, March 2014

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