It’s a new academic year, and we’re looking to bring on a few additional bloggers here at ACRLog. Are you a first year or experienced librarian who’s interested in writing about issues that affect academic libraries? Read on for more details!
ACRLog Blog Team
Members of the ACRLog blog team write on any issue or idea that impacts academic librarianship, from current news items to workflow and procedural topics to upcoming changes in the profession and more. We aim to have group of bloggers who represent diverse perspectives on and career stages in academic librarianship, and who can commit to writing 1-2 posts per month.
If this sounds like you, use the ACRLog Tip Page to drop us a line by September 22. Let us know who you are and why you’re interested in joining us at ACRLog.
First Year Academic Librarian Bloggers
We’d like to thank Ariana Santiago, Chloe Horning, and Jason Dean for their terrific posts this past year in our First Year Academic Librarian Experience series, and we’d like to encourage new academic librarians — those who are just beginning in their first position at an academic library — to blog with us during their first year.
If you’re interested in applying to be a FYAL blogger here at ACRLog, please use the ACRLog Tip Page to contact us by September 22. Along with your contact info, please send:
– a sample blog post
– a brief note describing your job and your interest in blogging at ACRLog
Please send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!
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