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Buhle Mbambo-Thata, Jia Tina Du, Ulrike Lang, Jesús Lau, Amal W. Mostafa, Bharat Mehra, Clara M. Chu, Jaya Raju
College & Research Libraries News, Volume 80; doi:10.5860/crln.80.8.438

Abstract:In order to draw attention to and learn about gender inclusivity and equity in the academic library workplace in a fluid non-binary gendered society, academic librarians and researchers from major world regions were invited to respond to the question: What are the three most significant issues that are impeding and the three most significant issues that are enhancing gender inclusivity/equity in your region? The regions included are Africa, Asia and Oceania, Europe, Latin American and the Caribbean, the Middle East, and North America.We chose to focus on gender as the understanding of the concept is evolving and gender has classified people in such a way to limit or deny opportunities and equal treatment. Gender has been used to reference three dimensions that include the physical (characteristics of the human body), identity (the internal sense of self, which has traditionally been categorized as binary [e.g., feminine, masculine] and now as nonbinary or ungendered), and sociocultural (how one presents oneself socially or culturally, conformity to gendered roles and expectations).
Carrie Russell
College & Research Libraries News, Volume 80; doi:10.5860/crln.80.8.479

Abstract:The CASE Act makes its way through CongressSounds like a great idea: providing a venue to litigate small claims of copyright infringement so rights holders with limited resources can avoid the costs and extensive time necessary to bring a federal lawsuit. In fact, this is what the U.S. Copyright Office proposed in its 2013 policy study “Remedies for Copyright Small Claims,” requested by the House Judiciary Committee.
Association of College & Research Libraries
College & Research Libraries News, Volume 80; doi:10.5860/crln.80.8.473

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Ann-Christe Galloway
College & Research Libraries News, Volume 80; doi:10.5860/crln.80.8.482

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Chase Ollis
College & Research Libraries News, Volume 80; doi:10.5860/crln.80.8.448

Abstract:Every year, ACRL celebrates the opportunity to honor the outstanding achievements of academic and research librarians across North America. These inspiring innovators from our community have continued to demonstrate the notable impact librarianship has in the academic landscape.Made possible by generous corporate support, the annual presentation of our prestigious awards, grants, and fellowships to these deserving individuals and institutions enables ACRL to honor the very best in academic librarianship. This year, ACRL once again seeks to celebrate and recognize the accomplishments of our peers.
Gary Pattillo
College & Research Libraries News, Volume 80; doi:10.5860/crln.80.8.484

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Joni R. Roberts, Carol A. Drost
College & Research Libraries News, Volume 80; doi:10.5860/crln.80.8.480

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Yasmeen Shorish, Nathan Hall
College & Research Libraries News, Volume 80; doi:10.5860/crln.80.8.430

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David Free
College & Research Libraries News, Volume 80; doi:10.5860/crln.80.8.425

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Association of College & Research Libraries
College & Research Libraries News, Volume 80; doi:10.5860/crln.80.8.458

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