EBSS: Education and Behavioral Sciences Section

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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.

News

  • Psychology Committee will meet virtually on September 28th to make plans for this year’s ongoing projects. 

Message from Joyce Garczynski, EBSS Chair 2017-18

Hello and welcome to EBSS!

When I think of EBSS, what first comes to mind is the warm welcome I received when I joined the section. I was a brand new librarian, in a completely new role, and I really felt lost. I remember sitting in on some EBSS committee meetings, just trying to become familiar with the resources in my field and I ended up learning so much more. I made connections with colleagues who quickly became mentors and friends. I knew from the beginning that I had found a professional home in EBSS.
 
The EBSS membership is at the heart of what makes the section such a wonderful place to be...(read more)
 
 

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