Professional Development Scholarships Open for Applications

ACRL-OR is delighted to announce another round of Professional Development Scholarships aimed to support E-Learning opportunities and virtual conference attendance. The Professional Development Scholarship applications are currently open and are due on February 28. Applications will be reviewed within two weeks after the application deadline. How can the scholarship be used?   The ACRL-OR Professional Development […]

OLA Antiracism Toolkit Now Available

The OLA EDI Antiracism Toolkit is now available on both the Oregon Library Association and State Library of Oregon websites. This toolkit was developed by a group of librarians interested in Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion work and Antiracism advocacy. Marci Ramiro-Jenkins, Reference Librarian/Latino Community Liaison at McMinnville Public Library, served as EDI and Antiracism chair and Alma Plasencia, Adult […]

Kerri Goergen-Doll Appointed as Interim Associate University Librarian at Oregon State University

Kerri Goergen-Doll accepted an appointment in January as Interim Associate University Librarian at Oregon State University Libraries and Press. She will continue to provide high-level oversight of the Resource Acquisition and Sharing Department within the library while she is serving in this interim role. Goergen-Doll joined OSU Libraries and Press in 2005 as an On-Call […]

Call for ACRL-OR Board Nominations

Interested in meeting other fantastic academic librarians and serving the academic library community in Oregon? Is there someone you know who would be a shining addition to the ACRL-OR Board? Here is an opportunity to get involved! The ACRL-OR Board is looking for candidates to run in our upcoming spring elections. Plus the deadline has […]

Free Critical Information Literacy Online Presentation

ACRL’s Professional Development Committee is hosting a free presentation 11 am (PST) on Friday, February 12 via Zoom. As an instructional librarian, this is something that I’ve been struggling with and I’m really excited to hear about how others have been handling ideological differences in critical library instruction! Presentation details and registration information can be […]