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Wendi A. Kaspar. “Good Will Hunting, Intellectual Humility, and Conversations in Quarantine.”
Meris Mandernach Longmeier and Sarah Anne Murphy. “Framing Outcomes and Programming Assessment for Digital Scholarship Services: A Logic Model Approach.”
Juan-Carlos Fernández-Molina, Kristin R. Eschenfelder, and Alan Rubel. “Comparing Use Terms in Spanish and US Research University E-journal Licenses: Recent Trends.”
Nicole C. Eva, Marissa S. Rocca, and D. Bruce MacKay. “Aha Moments and Continued Confusion: An Analysis of Threshold Concepts through Student Reflections in the ACRL Framework.”
Philippe Mongeon, Kyle Siler, Antoine Archambault, Cassidy R. Sugimoto, and Vincent Larivière. “Collection Development in the Era of Big Deals.”
Jill Barr-Walker, Courtney Hoffner, Elizabeth McMunn-Tetangco, and Nisha Mody. “Sexual Harassment at University of California Libraries: Understanding the Experiences of Library Staff Members.”
Alyson Vaaler, Lauren Reiter, and Ash E. Faulkner. “They Seek, but Do They Find? Investigating the Financial Information-Seeking Behavior of College Students.”
Reflections on Practitioner Research: A Practical Guide for Information Professionals. Lee Ann Fullington, Brandon K. West, and Frans Albarillo, eds. Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2020. 290p. Paper, $78 (ISBN 978-0-8389-4847-7). Reviewed by Nimisha Bhat.
Jelani M. Favors. Shelter in a Time of Storm: How Black Colleges Fostered Generations of Leadership and Activism. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2019. 368p. Hardcover, $29.95 (ISBN 978-1-4696-4833-0). Reviewed by Meaghan Alston.
Cass R. Sunstein. Too Much Information: Understanding What You Don’t Want to Know. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2020. 264p. Hardcover, $27.95 (ISBN 978-0-2620-4416-5). Reviewed by Scarlet Galvan.
Melissa A. Wong and Laura Saunders. Instruction in Libraries and Information Centers: An Introduction. Urbana-Champaign, IL: Windsor & Downs Press, 2020. Online. Reviewed by Annie Pho.
Can’t Pay Won’t Pay: The Case for Economic Disobedience and Debt Abolition. Debt Collective. Chicago, IL: Haymarket Books, 2020. Paper, $15 (ISBN: 978-1-64259-262-7). Reviewed by Jaime Taylor.
Gillian “Gus” Andrews. Keep Calm and Log On: Your Handbook for Surviving the Digital Revolution. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2020. 368p. Paperback, $24.95 (ISBN 978-0262538763). Reviewed by Carrie Wade.