ACRL Liaisons and Key Issues for Higher Education

Debbie Malone ( and Terry Taylor ( provided the information below regarding their work with the Value of Academic Libraries committee and the ACRL Liaison Coordinating Committee. They welcome your comments and questions! In the 2012 report on ACRL Value of Academic Libraries Summit, Karen Brown and Kara Malenfant identified five major recommendations that came out more »

ACRL Liaisons and Value Committee Training

submitted by Debbie Malone, VAL Committee member: This blog post is the first in a series of posts discussing the library value work being done by the ACRL Liaisons to non-library higher education organizations. We welcome Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh, Georgia State University, who is our liaison to the American Sociological Association (ASA)    As 2012/2013 was my first year more »

Update from the ACRL Liaison to the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI)

ACRL recognizes the importance of enabling librarians to be change agents in higher education, and of promoting the library’s role in advancing the teaching, learning, and research missions of our institutions. One of ACRL’s approaches to building awareness and activism is the network of ACRL liaisons assigned to external, non-library organizations across a range of more »