Statement condemning anti-Asian hate crimes // Solidarity with Asian American and Pacific Islander library workers

The ACRL-OR Board stands with all Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders against acts of white supremacy targeting Asians and Pacific Islander Americans. We are utterly heartbroken by the murder of eight people in the Atlanta area, six of whom were Asian and immigrant women. We stand in grief and solidarity with those who have experienced “gendered […]

Deadline extended: ACRL-OR Professional Development Scholarships

ACRL-OR is delighted to announce another round of Professional Development Scholarship awards aimed to support e-learning opportunities and virtual conference attendance. The Professional Development Scholarship applications are open and we are currently soliciting applications with an extended deadline of March 26th. This scholarship is now open to all Oregon library workers and those who hope to […]

OCOM Library Launches Kam Wah Chung Medical Archive

OCOM Library is delighted to announce the launch of the Kam Wah Chung Medical Archive. This historical digital archive is the result of the 2019-20 project, Kam Wah Chung: A Historical Archive of Chinese Medicine in Rural Oregon, which is a collaboration between OCOM and the Kam Wah Chung State Heritage Site in John Day, […]

Information Literacy Reflection Toolkit (ILRT) Now Available

A small group of Oregon librarians and educators have recently shared their work on the Information Literacy Reflection Tool (ILRT). The project started when Team Lead, Sara Robertson, saw a need for a metacognitive self-assessment for information literacy. When used thoughtfully, a metacognitive assessment approach has the potential to increase equity by positioning students as […]