Summer 2020 Presentations by Library Faculty and Academic Professionals

This past summer, our Library faculty, and academic professionals presented on a wide variety of topics. As always, we congratulate our researchers on their important contributions to the University of Illinois, the Library and Information Science department and other disciplines. A selected bibliography of these presentations is provided below. Continue reading

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Spring 2020 Presentations by Library Faculty and Academic Professionals

This past spring, our Library faculty, and academic professionals traveled across the country to present on a wide variety of topics. As always, we congratulate our researchers on their important contributions to the University of Illinois and to Library and Information Science and other disciplines. A selected bibliography of these presentations is provided below. Continue reading

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Fall 2019 Presentations by Library Faculty and Academic Professionals

This past fall, our Library faculty, and academic professionals traveled across the country to present on a wide variety of topics. As always, we congratulate our researchers on their important contributions to the University of Illinois and to Library and Information Science and other disciplines. A selected bibliography of these presentations is provided below.

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Vasileva Awarded ACRL 2019 Student Scholarship

MS/LIS student Vera Vasileva has been awarded an Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Student Scholarship to participate in the ACRL 2019 conference, which was held April 10-13 in Cleveland, Ohio. At the conference, Vasileva attended the presentation of “We Don’t Need that Anymore, Exploring the Myths and Realities of the Impact of Digitization on Print Usage,” a paper she co-authored with her graduate assistantship supervisor Thomas Teper, associate professor and associate dean of libraries for the University Library. Continue reading

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