College Libraries Section

The purpose of the College Libraries Section (CLS) of the Association of College and Research Libraries is to advance college librarianship and encourage the development of library services in baccalaureate degree-granting institutions. CLS is a nimble, responsive section that engages in conversation, connection, collaboration, and celebration for librarians who serve primarily undergraduate and teaching-focused institutions. 

Join CLS and learn how you can get involved.


News & Announcements

CLS Conference Program

Saturday, June 27, 4:30-5:30 pm
Hilton Union Square, Golden Gate 4
 
Hear how five librarians in college libraries have used the Framework for Information Literacy on their campuses. Each panelist will discuss what they’ve done and their successes and there will be time for questions and answers.
 
Speakers:
Alan Carbery, Assistant Library Director, Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
Champlain College
 
Daniel Ransom, Librarian for Research and Electronic Resources
Holy Names University
 
Heather Wilson, Systems and Emerging Technologies Librarian
Ferrum University
 
Ray Pun,
Reference and Research Services Librarian
NYU Shanghai
 
Rachel Hamelers, Head of Public Outreach and Information Literacy Services
Muhlenberg College

ACRL CLS Friday Night Feast @ the 2015 ALA Annual Conference in San Francisco

Looking for a Great Meal, at a Great Price, with Great People? Plan on attending the ACRL College Libraries Section's Friday Night Feast:

Friday, June 26, 2015, 5:30 pm

Buca di Beppo
855 Howard St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
www.bucadibeppo.com

Thanks to the generous sponsorship from EBSCO!

CLS Members Feature: A Day in the Life of a CLS Member

Learn more about your CLS Colleagues by visiting our regular feature, A Day in the Life of a CLS MemberCurrent CLS members share their thoughts about their work, librarianship, and their membership in CLS. Nominate yourself or a colleague to be featured today!


 Last Update: 22 June 2015
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