The Education and Behavioral Sciences Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries (a division of the American Library Association) exists to serve the common interests of education and behavioral sciences librarians. Formed in 1968, EBSS now boasts about 1,000 members who are concerned with a host of issues in the areas of library instruction, applications of technology, collection development, library management, and communication of research findings in education and behavioral sciences librarianship.
- EBSS Virtual Research Forum: Wednesday, May 15 11:00 am - 12:00 pm PST - Register
- Joyce Garczynski is named the ACRL EBSS Distinguished Librarian of 2019. Congratulations Joyce!
- Conferences and Events
- Spring 2019 EBSS Newsletter
- Recording now available for Pre-print Repositories in the Social Sciences - Current Topics Discussion, October 2018
- EBSS is on Facebook
Message from Jill Morningstar, EBSS Chair 2018-19
Hello and welcome to EBSS!
I’m fortunate to be your chair for the upcoming 2018-2019 year. I hope to follow in the footsteps of my outstanding predecessors, and I look forward to working with many of you in this wonderful community.
This past year, EBSS celebrated its 50th anniversary, culminating in a well-attended gathering that took place at ALA Annual in New Orleans in June. Many thanks to the 50th Anniversary Planning Committee: Joyce Garczynski, Melissa Beuoy, Nancy O’Brien, Raquel Horlick, Connie Phelps, Ericka Raber, and of course, Scott Collard, who was also the recipient of our EBSS Distinguished Librarian Award. Congratulations to Scott on his well-deserved recognition! Read more
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