Year: 2017

My passion for learning started as a little girl, I was a frequent patron in my school library, and always had that great sensation of climbing stairs up to the knowledge center. This was one of the most beautiful school …

Advisory Board spotlight: Selenay Aytac Read More »

As we wind down and recover from the work of the 2017 summer workshop (http://irdlonline.org/2017-irdl/) we would like to take the opportunity to thank our partners and sponsor for making IRDL what it is. The funds that the IMLS awarded …

A note of thanks Read More »

I serve as the Clinical Informationist for the University of Cincinnati Health Sciences Library. In this role I provide library resources to the UC Medical Center. I teach classes on library databases, citation management tools, and data collection software systems. …

Advisory Board spotlight: Don Jason Read More »

With the 2017 cohort IRDL has Scholars in 33 states!

If you have wondered how IRDL is made possible, it is through a federal grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). The grant awarded to Loyola Marymount University for IRDL is a Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian …

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Julie Adamo is a research and instruction librarian and an instructional technologist at Mount Holyoke College where she also serves as liaison to the departments of Anthropology, Africana Studies, Gender Studies, and Religion. Previously, she was a National Library of …

The 2017 IRDL Scholars Read More »

One of the things we enjoy about reading all the IRDL applications is that we get to keep a finger on the pulse of the current research interests of academic librarians around the United States. When an applicant submits their …

Key words of the 2017 IRDL applications Read More »