by Stephanie DeLano Davis, ACRL Chapter Chair
Technological innovations, higher education vicissitudes and publishing industry changes form one part of the academic librarianship landscape. On the other end are eager students looking to librarians for guidance and assistance, growing opportunities to lead faculty into new dimensions of scholarly communication and ongoing developments in learning assessment. These realities, coupled with the ever present local concerns and issues, make professional development a necessity. Now in its third year, the Michigan Library Association’s Academic Libraries (AL) Conference offers a perfect means to meet this need.
Available handouts for the 2013 Academic Libraries Conference are located here. List is current as of May 22.
Session 4 – Thursday, May 16 – 1:00-2:00 pm
Thomas Atwood – University of Toledo