College & Research Libraries – November 2022

The November 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. “Two Projects and Some Reflection.”


Michelle Keba Knecht. “Investigating Nontraditional First-Year Students’ Epistemic Curiosity During the Research Process: An Exploratory, Mixed Methods Study.”

Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh, Raeda Anderson, Denise George, and Joel Glogowski. “Diving Deep into Dissertations: Analyzing Graduate Students’ Methodology and Data Practices to Inform Research Data Services and Subject Liaison Librarian Support.”

Nadav Shai Ziv and Emma Patricia Bene. “Preparing College Students for a Digital Age: A Survey of Instructional Approaches to Spotting Misinformation.”

Rachel Ivy Clarke, Katerina Lynn Stanton, Alexandra Grimm, and Bo Zhang. “Invisible Labor, Invisible Value: Unpacking Traditional Assessment of Academic Library Value.”

Maryellen Nash, Barbara Lewis, Jessica Nicole Szempruch, Stephanie A Jacobs, and Susan Silver. “Together, Apart: Communication Dynamics among Academic Librarians during the COVID-19 Pandemic.”

Danny Abigail Kingsley, Mary Anne Kennan, and Joanna Richardson. “Scholarly communication competencies: An analysis of confidence among Australasian library staff.”

Yuerong Hu, Melissa G. Ocepek, John Stephen Downie, and Lecia Barker. “Listen to librarians: Highlighted Core Competencies for Librarianship from the Perspectives of Working Librarians.”

Kristen J. Nyitray and Dana Reijerkerk. “From Pathfinder to Indigenized: An Assessment of LibGuides for Indigenous Studies by ARL Member Institutions.”

Book Reviews

Once Upon a Time in the Academic Library: Storytelling Skills for Librarians. Maria Barefoot, Sara Parme, and Elin Woods, eds. Chicago, IL: Association of College & Research Libraries, 2022. 166p. Paper, $56.00 ($50.40 ALA Members) (ISBN: 978-0-8389-3860-7). Reviewed by David J. Brier.

M.C. Kinniburgh. Wild Intelligence: Poets’ Libraries and the Politics of Knowledge in Postwar America. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2022. 224p. Paper, $28.95 (ISBN: 978-1625346551). Reviewed by Patrick James Dunagan.

Jo Angela Oehrli. Practical Academic Library Instruction: Learner-Centered Techniques. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 2022. 124p. Paper, $64.99 (ALA members) (ISBN: 978-0-8389-3642-9). Reviewed by Carolyn Filippelli.

Charlie Eaton. Bankers in the Ivory Tower: The Troubling Rise of Financiers in US Higher Education. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2022. 203p. Hardcover, $23.30 (ISBN: 978-0-226-72042-5). Reviewed by Dave S. Ghamandi.

The Black Librarian in America: Reflections, Resistance, and Reawakening. Shauntee Burns-Simpson, Nichelle M. Hayes, Ana Ndumu, and Shaundra Walker, eds. Washington, DC: Rowman & Littlefield, 2022. 288p. Hardback, $105 (ISBN: 978-1-5381-5266-9). Reviewed by April M. Hathcock.

Deanna Marcum and Roger C. Schonfeld. Along Came Google: A History of Library Digitization. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2021. 232p. Hardcover, $25.99 (ISBN: 978-0691172712). Reviewed by James Kessenides.