The March 2023 issue of College & Research Libraries News (C&RL News) is now freely available online both as a full issue PDF and as individual articles.
C&RL News moved to an online-only publishing model beginning with the January 2022 issue.
C&RL News Seeks Cover Art
C&RL News is looking for images from library collections to feature on upcoming covers. If you have items in your collections that you think would make attractive C&RL News covers, we would love to see them. To submit images (or image collections), send URLs for web-based images or images directly as attachments to David Free at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a brief description of the item and your collection. Images selected to appear as C&RL News covers will require a high-resolution electronic image (300 dpi or higher) to be submitted prior to the publication date. Complete guidelines for the submission of cover illustrations are available on the C&RL News website.
Sara Davidson Squibb, Catherine Koehler, and Jerrold Shiroma. “Engaging neglected histories: First-year students, archives, and Wikipedia.”
Mark Sanders and Michael Reece. “What do six questions and fourteen years reveal about librarians? An analysis of ACRL’s Members of the Week.”
“Meet the candidates for ALA President: Vote in the election this spring.”
“ACRL members running for ALA Council in the spring 2023 election.”
Christopher Cox and Elias Tzoc. “ChatGPT: Implications for academic libraries.”
Perspectives on the Framework
Shatha Baydoun and Ava M. Brillat. “De-colonizing one-shots: Critical pedagogies and the ACRL Framework.”
Brandon Locke. “Library publishing workflows: Three big lessons learned from cohort-based documentation.”
The Way I See It
Katie Strand and Pamela Martin. “What about the books? Valuing students’ past library experiences.”
David Free. “News from the Field.”
Joni R. Roberts and Carol A. Drost. “Internet Reviews.”
Gary Pattillo. “Fast Facts.”