Thinking Critically About Research and Power Speaker Series

The Institute for Research Design in Librarianship (IRDL) is hosting a speaker series, Thinking Critically About Research and Power, beginning January 27 and ending February 24. The lineup looks really amazing, highlighting the voices of BIPOC women on the subject of integrating anti-racist and anti-colonial practices into research methodology. One of the keynote speakers will […]

Congratulations to Professional Development Scholarship Winners!

ACRL-OR is delighted to announce the awarding of a professional development scholarship to Steve Silver, the Library Director at Northwest Christian University.  Mr. Silver will be attending the 2020 OLA Annual Conference in Bend, Oregon.  He will be representing private colleges at a session sponsored by the Intellectual Freedom Committee on diversity and inclusion and […]

A Response to “Yes but…”

The following is a letter from Candise Branum, ACRL-Oregon President A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of attending the ACRL-Washington/Oregon Joint Conference at Pack Forest. The conference theme was Whiteness and Racism in Academic Libraries: Dismantling Structures of Oppression; I’ll write a separate review of my experiences at the conference in another article, […]

Apply now: Scholarship applications open for ACRL-Oregon/Washington Fall Conference

ACRL-OR has funds to award two scholarships to attend the ACRL Oregon and Washington Joint Fall Conference. This year, the Washington chapter is hosting the conference on October 24 & 25 at the Pack Forest Conference Center in Washington. Apply now! How can the scholarships be used? The scholarship covers the registration fee of $155 for the […]