College & Research Libraries – March 2022

The March 2022 issue of College & Research Libraries is now freely available online. 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.

Editorial

Wendi Arant Kaspar. “My Last Editorial—A Cautionary Tale?

Articles

Lori M. Jahnke, Kyle Tanaka, and Christopher A. Palazzolo. “Ideology, Policy, and Practice: Structural Barriers to Collections Diversity in Research and College Libraries.

Elizabeth Pickard and Sarah Sterling. “Information Literacy Instruction in Asynchronous Online Courses: Which Approaches Work Best?

Laura Saunders. “Faculty Perspectives on Mis- and Disinformation across Disciplines.”

Amanda Y. Makula and Laura S. Turner. “Toward Engaged Scholarship: Knowledge Inclusivity and Collaborative Collection Development between Academic Libraries and Archives and Local Public Communities.”

Justin de la Cruz, Amy Winfrey, and Stephanie Solomon. “Navigating the Network: An Exploratory Study of LGBTQIA+ Information Practices at Two Single-Sex HBCUs.”

Richelle Witherspoon, Philip Taber, and Alex Goudreau. “Science Students’ Information Literacy Needs: A Survey of Science Faculty on What and When Each Skill Is Needed.”

Zahra Premji, Ryan Splenda, and Sarah Young. “An Exploration of Business Librarian Participation in Knowledge Synthesis Reviews.”

Book Reviews

Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution: An Oral History. Liam Warfield, Walter Crasshole, and Yony Leyser, eds. Reviewed by Kevin Adams.

Ask, Listen, Empower: Grounding Your Library Work in Community Engagement. Mary Davis Fournier and Sarah Ostman, eds. Reviewed by Alasdair Ekpenyong.

Catherine Murray-Rust. Library Next: Seven Action Steps for Reinvention. Reviewed by Justin Fuhr.

Chelsea Heinbach, Rosan Mitola, and Erin Rinto. Dismantling Deficit Thinking in Academic Libraries: Theory, Reflection, and Action. Reviewed by Althea Lazzaro.

Information: A Historical Companion. Ann Blair, Paul Duguid, Anja-Silvia Goeing, and Anthony Grafton, eds. Reviewed by Ron McColl.

Preserving the Past & Engaging the Future: Theology & Religion in American Special Collections. M. Patrick Graham, ed. Reviewed by Keegan Osinski. Sofia Y. Leung and Jorge R. López-McKnight.

Knowledge Justice: Disrupting Library and Information Studies through Critical Race Theory. Reviewed by Annie Pho.

Richard Jean So. Redlining Culture: A Data History of Racial Inequality and Postwar Fiction. Reviewed by Charlotte Roh.

Supporting Neurodiverse College Student Success: A Guide for Librarians, Student Support Services, and Academic Learning Environments. Elizabeth M.H. Coghill and Jeffrey G. Coghill, eds. Reviewed by Gerard Shea.

Daniel Greene. The Promise of Access: Technology, Inequality, and the Political Economy of Hope. Reviewed by Roxanne Shirazi.

Michelle Caswell. Urgent Archives: Enacting Liberatory Memory Work. Reviewed by Eira Tansey.