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