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Member of the Month

Member of the Month: Kristine Robinson, May 2022

The DOLS Member of the Month initiative started in 2018 as a way to highlight the diverse members of DOLS and their contributions to the distance and online library community. This month, we highlight Kristine Robinson, Research and Instruction Librarian at Wingate University. How long have you been a DOLS member?Since 2021. Where do you…

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Request for Feedback: ACRL Standards for Distance and Online Learning Library Services Draft

Now more than ever before, academic libraries have embraced online services and resources. Having a set of Standards that are practical, applicable, concise, and easy to understand to guide Distance and Online Learning Library Services is essential to our work. The ACRL DOLS Standards committee is requesting your feedback on the Draft of the revised…

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Member of the Month

Member of the Month: April, 2022

The DOLS Member of the Month initiative started in 2018 as a way to highlight the diverse members of DOLS and their contributions to the distance and online library community. This month, we highlight Dr. Joe Pendleton, Library Director and Adjunct Professor at Amberton University. How long have you been a DOLS member?2 years Where…

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Member of the Month: January, 2022

The DOLS Member of the Month initiative started in 2018 as a way to highlight the diverse members of DOLS and their contributions to the distance and online library community. This month, we highlight Jessica Bennett, E Learning/Research & Instruction Librarian at Missouri State University (and co-chair of the DOLS Membership, Events, and Fundraising Committee!).…

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“Carrying Accessibility Forward” follow-up

Thanks to everyone who joined us live on December 1 for “Carrying Accessibility Forward”. For anyone who missed it or anyone who wants to watch it again, check out the recording below: Carrying Accessibility Forward (YouTube) The recording contains the presentation by Katie Quirin Manwiller, Education Librarian and Assistant Professor at West Chester University.  Follow…