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Publications in Librarianship

ACRL Publications in Librarianship, which began in 1952 as ACRL Monographs, is a series of monographic and edited volumes that reports research and scholarly thinking in academic and research librarianship.

The series is open to submissions dealing with all aspects of academic librarianship. We especially seek manuscripts that address the most challenging issues facing academic librarians, such as the complexity of organization and organizational structure, the integration of multiple sources of information and content, meeting the needs of both instruction and research, and the intellectual focus of librarianship. See our guidelines for more information. Titles include:


CLIP Notes   

Practical ideas for managing your library's programs and services are contained in ACRL's College Library Information Packets (CLIP) Notes. Each CLIP Note provides data and sample documents from college and small university libraries that will assist you in establishing or refining services and operations.

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