CBE April Library Newsletter: Author and attorney Kenyatta D. Berry uses genealogy to help create personal storiesNewsmaker: Kenyatta D. BerryAuthor and attorney uses genealogy to help create personal stories, ACRL’s New Research Agenda and more
Kenyatta D. Berry—attorney, author of The Family Tree Toolkit: A Comprehensive Guide to Uncovering Your Ancestry and Researching Genealogy, and host of PBS’s Genealogy Roadshow—works to bridge the gap between genealogists and historians as she helps people uncover their lost or forgotten family histories.
The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) will be publishing its completely revised Research Agenda for Scholarly Communications and the Research Environment in early summer. Initiated by ACRL’s Research and Scholarly Environment Committee (ReSEC), the document will have an increased focus on making the scholarly communication process more open, equitable, and inclusive...
The LGBTQ community wants to be normal, not controversial. That’s what community members and library staff told the Anne Arundel County Library board of trustees in Thursday’s meeting. Although this year’s 16 mainly LGBTQ centered programs are already being planned, the board heard a second round of public comment and pushed back a decision on program policy once again at the Edgewater Community Library.
I'm not qualified to do this.” “I got the job because they think I’m nice.” “They must have been filling a quota.” Although the impostor phenomenon (IP) was identified as early as 1978 by psychologists Pauline R. Clance and Suzanne Ament Imes in an article in Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, and Practice, the syndrome was only recognized as a problem for many academic librarians in 2014 when three librarians at Texas Tech University published a study in College & Research Libraries.
Dominic The Italian Donkey
This is the wonderful story of the power of love within a house - whether you are family, friends, or a cute donkey. All ends with a powerful conclusion that will be enjoyed by all readers.