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Call for Submissions: ACRL “Perspectives on the Framework” Column (Deadline Fri., Nov. 19)

(via Maura Seale, University of Michigan)

College & Research Libraries News and ACRL’s Student Learning and Information Literacy Committee invite proposals for the publication’s “Perspectives on the Framework” column. This bimonthly column provides a forum for librarians to share practices and perspectives related to the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education.

The column editorial team will prioritize proposals that focus on how the Framework for Information Literacy intersects with equitable and inclusive pedagogical practices. We are particularly interested in articles about how libraries that serve diverse or underserved populations have used the Framework for Information Literacy within the context of equity in education.

Each column will focus on different topics of interest to librarians whose responsibilities include instruction, information literacy, assessment, and related work. Columns are limited to 2000 words.

This column is managed and edited by a subcommittee of the ACRL Student Learning and Information Literacy Committee. Authors should submit 100-word proposals for columns by Friday, November 19, to crlnframework@gmail.com.

Past columns may be found on College & Research Libraries News archives here. College & Research Libraries News “Instructions for Authors” may be found here.

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