Choice to launch redesigned Choice360.org website on Sept. 28
For Immediate Release
MIDDLETOWN, CT - Choice, a publishing unit at the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), is pleased to announce the launch — on Monday, September 28th — of an entirely rebuilt version of its public-facing website, Choice360.org. The new site’s updated, contemporary design and intuitive interface make accessing Choice content faster and easier than ever.
The key feature of the new Choice360 is ease of navigation. In support of this, Choice staff have reorganized all content, including archived materials, into easily navigated sections: Media, Choice Picks, Choice Research, Blog (The Open Stacks), and Products. These sections provide rapid access to our most popular webinars, podcasts, white papers, LibGuides, guest editorials, subscription products, and more. A topical browse section indexes this same material under more than thirty industry-specific terms, including Information Literacy, Peer Review, Open Educational Resources, Collection Development, and New Roles for Librarians. Now, the wealth of content we have developed for the academic library community — much of It free — is only a few clicks away.
With new material appearing on the site almost daily, Choice360 is an ideal source for information about current industry trends and for librarian-focused professional development tools. We invite you to see for yourself how valuable a resource it can be. As always, find Choice at www.choice360.org.
As a publishing unit of the Association of College and Research Librarians, Choice supports the work and professional development of academic librarians by providing tools and services that help them become more effective advocates for their patrons. Through its over-fifty-year history, it has established itself as an authoritative source for the evaluation of scholarly resources and as the publisher of trusted research in areas of interest to a changing academic library community. Today, Choice works to bring librarians, scholars, publishers, and the reading public together, facilitating a shared concern for the discovery, management, and preservation of scholarly information. Please visit Choice at www.choice360.org for more information.