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Bullington, Jeffrey S
jsbull at ku.edu
Mon Apr 7 12:48:19 EDT 2003
The ACRL Instruction Section Research & Scholarship Committee is posting
this information on many different lists, so please excuse the redundancy if
you have already seen this information elsewhere.
The Research and Scholarship Committee of the Association for College and
Research Libraries (ACRL) Instruction Section has completed a revision of
the Research Agenda for Bibliographic Instruction originally published in
Like its predecessor, the current Research Agenda for Library Instruction
and Information Literacy presents questions that provide ideas and direction
for ongoing research in the field. The committee members envision the Agenda
as a "living document" to be updated as new research is done and the
instructional environment changes.
The new Agenda will be the subject of a panel session at the ACRL national
conference in Charlotte. "Put Instruction in Your (Research) Agenda" will
familiarize participants with the Agenda and help them generate ideas for
using it in their scholarly work. The session is on Friday, April 11, from
Full copies of the Agenda are available in C&RL News, vol. 64 no. 2, Feb.
2003, pp. 108-113 and on the Research and Scholarship Committee's web site
at http://www.ala.org/acrl/is/committee/webpages/research/index.html .
IS Research & Scholarship Committee Member
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