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ACRL Academic Library Services for Graduate Students Interest Group: Submit Notable Works

Programming Information for ACRL's Academic Library Services for Graduate Students Interest Group.

Notable Works in Services for Graduate Students

The ACRL Academic Library Services for Graduate Students Interest Group’s (ALSGS) Notable Works for Library Support of Graduate Students Working Group seeks nominations for our 2nd annual Notable Works List

Our goal is to recognize and showcase excellent professional contributions that inform the work of library colleagues who support graduate students.  Submissions can include projects and publications by library workers or by researchers in related fields who shed light on important elements of serving graduate students.

Categories of work to be considered include: 

  • Journal article / Conference proceedings
  • Websites
  • Blogs or blog posts
  • Library resources / Research guides
  • Digital learning objects / Tutorials / Instruction videos
  • Conference program / Presentation / Panel
  • Media / Multimedia / Video
  • Game / Software
  • Other (anything and everything else that can be evaluated using this rubric)

Please nominate work here. You are encouraged to submit both your own work and that of colleagues.

We are especially interested in projects that meet the criteria in our rubric.

Submissions deadline:  April 8, 2022 

Please direct any questions to Victor Baeza (victor.baeza@okstate.edu).

The Notable Works for Library Support of Graduate Students Working Group is:

  • Victor Baeza (Chair), Graduate Initiatives and Engagement Coordinator, Oklahoma State University
  • Christina Hillman, Assessment and Online Program Librarian, St. John Fisher College
  • Kelly Hangauer, Education & Psychology Librarian, University of Iowa
  • Mou Chakraborty, Director of External Library Services, Salisbury University
  • Amanda Tarbet, Librarian, Library and Information Resources Network, Inc.
  • Teresa Berry, Assistant Head of Liaison Programs, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  • Sarah Wade, Medical Librarian, Campbell University Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine

If you would be interested in participating in this work in the next year, let us know or look for a call for working group members in the spring.