College & Research Libraries – July 2022

The July 2022 issue of College & Research Libraries is now freely available online both as a full issue PDF and as individual articles. Visit the C&RL website for complete contents from 1939 to the present and follow C&RL on Facebook and Twitter for updates and discussion.


Kristen Totleben. “An Introduction and the Year Ahead.”


Megan Bresnahan. “How Policies Portray Students: A Discourse Analysis of Codes of Conduct in Academic Libraries.”

Benjamin Wiggins, Cody Hennesy, Brian Vetruba, Alexis Logsdon, and Emily Janisch. “Digital Scholarship Programs in Practice.”

Don Latham, Melissa Gross, Heidi Julien, Felicia Warren, and Lindsey Moses. “Community College Students’ Perceptions of Their Information Literacy Needs.”

Yasuko Hagiwara, Emi Ishita, Yukiko Watanabe, and Yoichi Tomiura. “Identifying Scholarly Search Skills Based on Resource and Document Selection Behavior among Researchers and Master’s Students in Engineering.”

Kimberly A. Plassche. “Evaluating Map and Geospatial Academic Library Position Descriptions.”

Rebecca Metzger and John M. Jackson. “Developing Competencies for Outreach Work in Academic Libraries.”

Julie Goldman and Nevada Trepanowski. “Reflection and Analysis of Implementing a Free Asynchronous MOOC to Build Competence in Biomedical Research Data Management.”

Book Reviews

Abram Foley. The Editor Function: Literary Publishing in Postwar America. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2021. 224p. Paper, $25.00 (ISBN: 978-1517911676). Reviewed by Emma Hetrick.

Wayne A. Wiegand. American Public School Librarianship: A History. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2021. 360p. Hardcover, $49.95 (ISBN: 978-1-4214-4150-1). Reviewed by Bernadette A. Lear.

Reimagining Historically Black Colleges and Universities: Survival Beyond 2021. Gary Crosby, Khalid A. White, Marcus A. Chanay, and Adriel Hilton, eds. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing, 2021. 217p. Hardcover, $95.00 (ISBN: 978-1800436657). Reviewed by Harvey Long.

Dangerous Visions and New Worlds: Radical Science Fiction, 1950 to 1985. Andrew Nette and Iain McIntyre, eds. Oakland, CA: PM Press, 2021. 216p. Paper, $24.60 (ISBN: 978-1629638836). Reviewed by Ann Matsuuchi.

Erin A. Cech. The Trouble with Passion: How Searching for Fulfillment at Work Fosters Inequality. Los Angeles, CA: University of California Press, 2021. 344p. Paper, $29.95 (ISBN: 978-0520303232). Reviewed by Mallary Rawls.

The Scholarly Communications Cookbook. Brianna Buljung and Emily Bongiovanni, eds. Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, 2021. 358p. Softcover, $88.00 ($79.20 ALA members) (ISBN: 978-0838938478). Reviewed by Ariana Santiago.

Matthew Crain. Profit over Privacy: How Surveillance Advertising Conquered the Internet. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2021. 216p. Paperback, $25.00 (ISBN: 978-1-5179-0505-7). Reviewed by Julie Setele.

Audrey Watters. Teaching Machines: The History of Personalized Learning. Boston, MA: MIT Press, 2021. 328p. Hardcover, $34.95 (ISBN: 978-0262045698). Reviewed by Shea Swauger.

Nathan R. Johnson. Architects of Memory: Information and Rhetoric in a Networked Archival Age. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2020. 224p. Hardcover, $49.95 (ISBN: 978-0817320607). Reviewed by Anders Tobiason.

Catherine Knight Steele. Digital Black Feminism. New York, NY: New York University Press, 2021. 208p. Paperback, $27.00 (ISBN: 978-1-4798-0838-0). Reviewed by Rachel E. Winston.