CARLI News July 27, 2022

Congratulations to the CARLI Scholarship Recipients!

CARLI is pleased to announce that Brandi Castillo, Kankakee Community College; Abigail Johnson, Lake Forest College; and Nathan Thebarge, Trinity International University; have each received the $1,000 CARLI 2022–2023 Academic Year Scholarship.

The three recipients were selected based on their responses to a personal essay question regarding their professional goals and objectives in pursuing a library career that demonstrates a commitment to the profession, and the strength of their references.

"We are thrilled to award this scholarship to these three deserving iSchool students, and so pleased to be able to help support the education of three of the dedicated staff of our CARLI libraries," said CARLI Senior Director Anne Craig. "I am grateful to the Scholarship Fund donors who have so generously supported this important program, helping CARLI to grow the profession."

The CARLI Scholarship provides financial assistance to current employees of CARLI Governing Member Libraries pursuing graduate studies leading to a Master′s Degree in Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 

Please consider supporting the CARLI Scholarship fund.

CARLI is Hiring! 

CARLI System Services is hiring a Senior Library Application Coordinator to support the ongoing work of the Consortium. 
The successful candidate will increase the efficiency and effectiveness of library processes and services among the members of the consortium and support the centralized library services platform, I-Share, which enables internal operations for and resource sharing among 88 CARLI member libraries, as well as other IT applications used by member libraries. 

This position will be mostly remote with occasional trips to the office, likely twice a year. Position closes August 16, 2022.

For detailed information or to apply, view the full job description.
The University of Illinois is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer that recruits and hires qualified candidates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, disability or veteran status. For more information, visit

Register Now: 2022 CARLI Annual Meeting and Directors' Meeting

Registration is open for the 2022 CARLI Annual Meeting to be held Friday, November 4 at the I Hotel and Conference Center in Champaign. Staff at any CARLI member library is invited to attend.

A meeting of the CARLI Governing Directors will precede the Annual Meeting. Directors should also register for this meeting if they are planning to attend. A separate registration is required for each meeting. 

Space is limited. Registration closes Thursday, October 27.

A special room rate of $149 has been arranged at the I-Hotel and Conference Center for those who are planning to travel to Champaign on Thursday, November 3. This room block is only available until October 1. Please book your rooms as soon as possible if you are planning to stay overnight in Champaign. Use this direct booking link to make your reservation at the reduced rate.

New Directors' Orientation

CARLI has many new library deans and directors. Welcome to our consortium!
We've scheduled a New Directors' Orientation Session for Monday, August 15, 10–11 a.m. This session is a high-level overview of CARLI services and programs. If you would like to join in, please do! You don't have to be a new director. All are welcome. 

Registration is required for the orientation. The session will be recorded.

CARLI Strategic Priorities

It is time to update the CARLI Strategic Initiatives for 2023–2025, tentatively scheduled to be published in draft form for your review in December and finalized in January 2023. 

As a part of the effort to update our strategic plan, we are planning/hosting:

  1. Governing Director Listening Sessions in person at five locations around the state. If you would like to attend one of these sessions being held in August, please visit the CARLI Calendar and choose the one that works best for you. Registration is required.
  2. A Zoom panel discussion about the CARLI Library Transformations Survey results that will be open to all staff members
  3. Two all-staff-member Zoom sessions are scheduled for October 4, 2–3 p.m. and October 5, 10–11 a.m. Please register by October 1 if you plan to attend.
  4. An all-staff-member survey about your impressions regarding our current Strategic Priorities

CARLI Library Transformations Survey results are from the CARLI website Summary Report and the Detailed Report.  Our current Strategic Priorities document is here

As soon as details are finalized, we will share them with the membership.

E-Resources Webinars

Alexander Street @ Your Library

Alexander Street Press will host a training session on August 8 at 11 a.m. 

In this webinar we will take a quick look at some of the Alexander Street collections from CARLI. We will discuss some of the new features from Alexander Street, a few advanced search tips, how to get usage stats, and how to make sure your Alexander Street collections are turned on in your discovery systems. Kristin Johnson, the Alexander Street Press trainer is eager to hear your needs.  Please bring your questions!

Link to register:

Introduction to E-Resources Brokering

This basic introduction to CARLI's e-resources program is directed towards new e-resources contacts and directors but everyone is welcome! 

Join Jenny Taylor, Associate Director of Electronic Resources, on August 24 from 10–11 a.m. to learn about: 

  • How a product is chosen for CARLI's e-resources program
  • What we look for when licensing
  • The CARLI selection calendar
  • Basics of the CARLI Selection System

Please register for this event and bring any question you would like to cover!

NC LIVE Web Site Service Webinar

Are you unhappy with your library′s website? Would you like to provide your patrons a more modern, user-friendly online experience? Through a partnership with NC LIVE, North Carolina′s library consortium, CARLI is excited to offer an easy to implement, low-cost website service to CARLI member libraries.

Join Daniel Whitehead, NC LIVE's Web and Database Development Librarian, on August 17, 10–11 a.m. for an overview of NC LIVE's Website Service. Daniel will cover the features, implementation process, frequently asked questions, and recent updates to the website template. NC LIVE's Website Service offers a contemporary website design for libraries with an easy-to-use implementation interface.  
Please register for this event.

Illinois SCOERs

Conditional* Availability of Second Sub-Grant Application Cycle

CARLI is pleased to announce the conditional* availability of a second round of applications for the creation of Open Educational Resources for Illinois SCOERs (Support for Creation of Open Educational Resources). Our primary focus are courses that fall within the theme of "The Human Condition: Care, Development, and Lifespan" but we will also consider large enrollment courses that fall within other subject areas. This project will be fully funded by an additional $1 million supplemental grant to the University of Illinois System/CARLI, from the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE) in the U.S. Department of Education.

CARLI will award a minimum of eight grants as part of Illinois SCOERs. Each applicant team may request up to $60,000.

For detailed information and to access the application materials, view the Illinois SCOERs Notice of Funding Opportunity.

CARLI will host the following informational Zoom workshops to discuss the grant and to walk future applicants through the application process.

Aug 11, 10–11:30 a.m. 
Sept 9, 2–3:30 p.m.

Each workshop will cover the same information. Potential applicants need only attend one session. Attending a workshop is not required.

Completed application packets should be emailed to Project Director, . The submission deadline for the completed application packets, including all requested documents, is November 1, 2022.

For more information visit our project website.

For the most up-to-date information, join the Illinois SCOERs email list.

The contents of the Illinois SCOERs web page were developed under a grant from the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE), U.S. Department of Education. However, those contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.

*Round 2 awards are conditional upon CARLI's receipt of additional funds for the Illinois SCOERs grant, included in the FY22 Congressional Appropriation. The U.S. Department of Education anticipates release of this funding no later than December 31, 2022.

Weekly Office Hours and Workshops

Illinois SCOERs staff is hosting weekly office hours every Thursday from 3–4 p.m. If you have questions about the grant, need help filling out your Round 2 application or you received a subaward in the first round and have questions, join us via Zoom. No registration is required.

The following workshops are on the CARLI Calendar for Illinois SCOERs Round 1 recipients, but all Illinois SCOERs Workshops are open to anyone from a CARLI Governing Member institution. If you see something of interest, please register and attend.

Print Your First 3D Object
August 9, 10–11 a.m.

Come with any questions you have based on your experience so far with your 3D printers. In addition, you will learn how to "slice" your 3D models into 3D printable objects using the free and easy to use Cura software. You will receive a demo of the slicing software as well as on finding free 3D printable objects online. We will end the session with information on your first printing assignment to help get you started. Please register for the Zoom event.

Illinois SCOERs: Copyright Basics and Creative Commons Licensing
Aug 16, 10:00–11:30 a.m.

CARLI is pleased to offer a course with Sara Benson, the Copyright Librarian at the University of Illinois will present this course where you will learn how copyright is formed, licensed, and how to find copyright free or openly licensed images and articles.
Please join us to learn more!

Review of 3D Printing So Far
August 23, 10–11 a.m.

Review of first printing assignment, what was your experience like? We will learn about known issues with the 3D printer and discuss other best practices to promote successful printing. In addition, we will begin to learn about the different filaments provided through the grant and what the use cases are for each. At the end we will discuss the next 3D printing assignment, where we will print a more complex object. Join us via Zoom.

Illinois SCOERs: Permissions and Fair Use
August 30, 2–3:45 p.m.

CARLI is pleased to offer this workshop with Sara Benson, the Copyright Librarian at the University of Illinois. In creating Open Educational Resources you might find that you need to use an article or image that has traditional copyright. If you must use a copyright protected item, learn about how to conduct a fair use analysis and, in the alternative, how to ask for permission to use a copyright protected item in your work. The workshop will be presented on Zoom.

3D Modeling
September 13, 10–11 a.m. 

At this Zoom workshop you will get a general introduction to using 3D modeling software, how to find free/cloud based design software and how to export models into 3D printable objects.

Call for Public Comment and Endorsement: Statewide Support for the Creation and Adoption of OER

At their June 2022 meeting, the CARLI Board of Directors endorsed a statement from the CARLI OER Committee to the Illinois College Course Materials Affordability and Equitable Access Collaborative Study Act and Task Force – "CCM Task Force" that encourages the CCM Task Force to consider Open Educational Resources as a focal point in their discussions.

The Board endorsement includes adding the statement to the CARLI website and to allow CARLI Members to comment and institutional endorsement by CARLI Member Library Governing Directors.

CARLI members have until August 15 to provide public comments or institutional endorsements. Comments will be moderated and made public, unless deemed off-topic, offensive, or inappropriate. 

Published comments will be available on the Call for Public Comment and Endorsement: Statewide Support for the Creation and Adoption of OER webpage. 

We appreciate your feedback! Please send an email to if you have any questions.

Professional Development Alliance Events

The following programs from the Professional Development Alliance are currently on the calendar. Programs are offered on a wide variety of subjects. Check out everything the alliance is making available to our libraries!

August 9      Building the Innovation Lab: A Technology Playground
August 11    Through the Records: The Work of the Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston (CSSC) at the College of Charleston
August 16    Cultivating Civility and Resilience in Libraries: Challenges and Solutions
August 17    Transforming Scholarly Research with Blockchain Technologies and AI: A New Era of Possibilities
August 24    Deconstructing the CASE Act: Libraries, Users, and Copyright Small Claims

September 13    Building a Successful Budget
September 19    Racial Equity in Libraries: Hiring, Retention, and Promotion of BIPOC Employees
September 20    Leading Together: Academic Library Consortia and Advocacy

October 4    Increasing Faculty Engagement with Makerspace Technologies
October 12    Managing Difficult Conversations

To register, visit the CARLI Event Calendar. Recordings of past CARLI-sponsored PDA events are available when permitted by the presenter. 

If you have a topic you would like to see as a continuing education program, send your idea to .

Deconstructing the CASE Act: Libraries, Users, and Copyright Small Claims
August 24, 1–2:30 p.m. 

The Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement (CASE) Act went into effect this summer and brought with it a flurry of copyright litigation. It is important for librarians to understand how the CASE Act could impact libraries and the patrons librarians serve. The webinar will begin with background on how the CASE Act was passed and why it is important to libraries. Then, we will go through some key considerations for the CASE Act board process and conclude with some ways to communicate with staff/patrons about the CASE Act.

After this webinar, participants will:

  • Understand how the Copyright Small Claims Board was created, and what it attempts to accomplish
  • Be able to explain how the small claims process affects library patrons and communities
  • Know how to opt out of a Copyright Small Claims Board proceeding (and why a participant might want to opt out)
  • Be able to provide patrons and colleagues reliable information about the CASE Act and the small claims board proceedings.


Sara R. Benson is the copyright librarian and an associate professor at the Library at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She holds a JD from the University of Houston Law Center, an LLM from Boalt Hall School of Law at Berkeley, and an MSLIS from the School of Information Science at the University of Illinois. Prior to joining the library, Sara was a lecturer at the University of Illinois College of Law for ten years. She is the author of Compact Copyright: Quick Answers to Common Questions published by ALA Editions in 2021 and the editor of Copyright Conversations: Rights Literacy in a Digital World published by the Association of College and Research Libraries in 2019. Sara is a member of the third cohort of ALA Policy Corps and is the host of the Podcast ©hat (“Copyright Chat”) available on iTunes.
Timothy Vollmer is the Scholarly Communication and Copyright Librarian at UC Berkeley Library. Tim supports faculty, staff, and students with services, outreach, and instruction related to scholarly communication and publishing, including copyright, fair use, information policy, and open educational resources. Before joining UC Berkeley in August 2019, he was Senior Public Policy Manager for Creative Commons. He's also worked as Assistant Director to the Program on Public Access to Information for the American Library Association Office for Information Technology Policy in Washington, D.C. Tim hold an MSI from the University of Michigan School of Information.
Carla S. Myers serves as Assistant Librarian and Coordinator of Scholarly Communications for the Miami University Libraries. She holds a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Akron and a Master’s in Library and Information Science from Kent State University. She is the managing editor of the Journal of Copyright in Education and Librarianship and her first book, Copyright and Course Reserves Legal Issues and Best Practices for Academic Libraries is being published by ABC-CLIO in 2022. Her professional presentations and publications focus on copyright, open educational resources, and affordable learning issues.

Please register for this event.

Building a Successful Budget 
September 13, 1–2:30 p.m.

This session will provide attendees with a high-level overview of budgeting in libraries. We will examine nuances of the word "budget" and what that implies about how we discuss budgets with various departments within the organization, share similarities and differences in the budget process across organizations, and discuss long-term strategies for weathering budget cuts. We will finish by demonstrating how human bias impacts budgetary decision-making.

Ben Mead-Harvey is an instructor at the iSchool at the University of Illinois. He teaches Personnel Management and Financial Management of Libraries, the former of which he designed and created for the college. He has been working in libraries since 2007, the bulk of which has been in management of municipal and district libraries. His major passion is learning about and teaching others how to effectively manage. He has authored many short articles on effective management practices which can be found at Ben has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master of Library Science from the University of Illinois as well as a Master of Business Administration from North Dakota State University. 

Please register for this event.

Managing Difficult Conversations
October 12, 10–11a.m.

This one-hour workshop will discuss the nature of and challenges in holding difficult conversations, and strategies to overcome those challenges and increase the likelihood of success. Polls, discussion/chat, and Q&A will be used to involve the audience to ensure that specific fears and concerns are addressed. Tools and references will be provided or identified to support participants in putting learning into action.

Joellen M. Austin is the Deputy Director for Management for the National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institutes of Health (NIH), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.  She has worked at NIH in positions of progressing management responsibilities since 1989. Ms. Austin is an Associate Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation, and currently serves as an internal coach to employees across NIH.  

Garry Sanders is Principal, AssistLeadership, LLC and is an Executive Coach having earned a Certificate in Leadership Coaching from Georgetown University, and the designation of Professional Certified Coach by The International Coaching Federation. He is coaching leaders and team members at universities, businesses, and government agencies around the United States.

Please register for this event.

New Primo VE Analytics 101 Webpage Now Available

The Discovery Primo VE Task Force has created a new document called "Primo VE Analytics 101".
The page provides an overview of how to access Primo VE reports through Alma, descriptions of some of the useful out-of-the-box reports you can find within Primo VE Analytics, and links to additional documentation and training.

I-Share Annual Statistics Package

The I-Share Annual Statistics Package for 2022 is complete, and all reports have been delivered to library secure FTP folders and/or the CARLI website as of July 15, 2022. In addition to the reports announced previously, the latest set of reports includes I-Share AFN Stat 4 reports on request activity (which are in ftp folders) and I-Share Collection Stat 9 (posted to the website).

If you have questions about any reports in the Annual Statistical Package, please contact us at .

Alma/Primo VE Updates

Combined Institution and Network Search

CARLI is planning to implement an Alma search feature that allows you to see shared Network resources in an institution zone search. The Combining Institution and Network Zone Search Results feature helps library staff find network-shared electronic resources, such as the CARLI Ebook Program and Open Access Resources, in their institution zone searches with a simple change of a filter. CARLI staff believes that this functionality will benefit all institutions, and we will request that Ex Libris add this function for all libraries on or after August 1, 2022.

Details on how to use this filter are posted on the Combined Institution and Network Search Results page. For libraries interested in previewing this functionality, the feature is currently active in the premium sandbox for University of Illinois Chicago.

Inventory Tools Available

As announced June 30, CARLI has set up two different external inventory tools that work with Alma via API. These are alternatives to the built-in Alma Shelf Report. The tools are hosted centrally by CARLI for all I-Share institutions, and CARLI staff have completed some limited testing to ensure basic functionality. The two tools are:

  1. The Alma Batch Inventory Tool, for which you scan barcodes into an Excel file and then upload the file to the tool. To access the tool, go to and select your institution.
  2. The Alma Interactive Inventory Scanning Tool, for which you scan barcodes into the tool individually as you work (although you also can upload a .csv file). To access the tool, go to the following URL, and select your institution.

Return of "Let’s Talk about Fulfillment" and Tech Services Q&A

Starting in September the "Let’s talk about Fulfillment (I Mean Alma, not Life’s Purpose)" sessions will return, so watch your inboxes for more information. Most of the sessions will start with a topical focus before being open to more general Q&A.

Also coming soon is the continuation of the Tech Services Q&A sessions, watch your inbox for more information on scheduling and topics.

Please feel free to email  with any topics you would like to see discussed at these events!

Alma/Primo VE Feature Release

August marks the first Feature Release for Alma and Primo VE since Ex Libris moved from monthly feature and bug fix releases to monthly bug fixes and quarterly feature releases. 

You can preview the updates in the Sandboxes starting August 7 (release notes for Alma and Primo VE will also be available at that time), the update will be in production on August 14.

Premium Sandbox Refresh Scheduled for August 14, 2022

As a reminder the Alma/Primo VE Premium Sandbox (PSB) environment is refreshed twice a year (in February and August). The next scheduled refresh is August 14, 2022. If you currently have any test scenarios set up, be aware that they will need to be reestablished after the refresh.

Other Library News

Congratulations! Michelle Nielson Ott, Illinois Academic Librarian of the Year

Michelle Nielsen Ott, Sciences/Health Sciences Librarian at Cullom-Davis Library at Bradley University, is the 2022 recipient of the Illinois Library Association (ILA) Illinois Academic Librarian of the Year Award. The award, presented by the ILA Illinois Association of College and Research Libraries (IACRL) Forum, recognizes an Illinois librarian who is making an outstanding statewide contribution to academic or research librarianship and to library development. The award is sponsored by Library Juice Academy.
Michelle joined the faculty of Cullom-Davis Library at Bradley University in 2021 as the subject librarian for Sciences and Health Sciences. Previously, Michelle was the Director of Library Services at Methodist College in Peoria for five years. She served as the Outreach and Reference Librarian at Illinois Central College from 2009–2017.
Michelle’s service to ILA and IACRL is impressive. In addition to her work at Bradley University, Michelle teaches a variety of courses in the Library Technical Assistant program at Illinois Central College and has been an instructor in the program since 2010. Michelle has also received accolades for her work in academic libraries. She is currently a Research Training Institute Fellow for the Medical Library Association. She was also inducted into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi and won the Golden Gem Award from the American Association for Women in Community Colleges. 

CARLI Member Librarian, Xiaotian Chen, Published in Taylor & Francis Online

A journal article, submitted by Xiaotian Chen, Electronic Services Librarian from Bradley University, of a study of that aims to find out EBSCO’s content discoverability rate by Ex Libris' Central Discovery Index (CDI), under the circumstance that Ex Libris/ProQuest and EBSCO do not share index data with each other was published in the Taylor & Francis Online's Collection Management articles section. 

He found that the uncooperativeness between Ex Libris/ProQuest and EBSCO no longer seems to be a big factor for each other's discovery service to discover and link to the items in the other party's electronic collections. Visit Taylor & Francis Online to read the full article. A subscription is required for access.

EIU Booth Library Receives Award

Eastern Illinois University's Booth Library is the 2022 recipient of the Hugh C. Atkinson Memorial Award for Interlibrary Cooperation. The Award recognizes sustained activity and contributions having a lasting impact on librarianship. More information about the project that earned Booth Library this recognition is below.

In 2021, EIU's Booth Library was awarded a grant from the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity's Illinois Broadband READY program. The library received $44,000 to create a digital literacy program for the Southeast region of Illinois. With the grant funds, a digital literacy coordinator was hired to create curricular materials related to digital literacy for all ages—from elementary school students to retirees. With proper feedback, the digital literacy coordinator successfully created a robust curriculum that covered various digital literacy topics. Additionally, a "train-the-trainer" model was implemented, along with vigorous online literacy guides. 

Booth Library partnered with the Charleston Carnegie Public Library, Mattoon Public Library, Effingham Public Library, and the Elizabeth Titus Memorial Library. Additional program partners were the Lake Land College Adult and Alternative Education program, EIU Academy of Lifelong Learning, and Mattoon Community Unit School District 1.

Critical Librarianship Survey

Simone Williams, Assistant Professor and Diversity and Engagement Librarian and Elizabeth Kamper, Assistant Professor, and Information Literacy Librarian at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, invite you to participate in a research study. The goal of this research study is to collect data to determine threat levels to implementing critical information literacy at academic institutions and to learn about academic librarians' experiences while implementing critical information literacy at their institutions.

Participation in this study will involve completing the Critical Information Literacy in Academic Libraries: Perceptions and Pushback Survey. The expected time commitment is 15 minutes or less. The results of this study may be published in research journals or presented at professional conferences. However, the risks as a participant are minimal as your name will not be attached to your responses.

Questions should be directed to or . For questions about your rights as a research participant, call the SIUE Institutional Review Board at 618-650-3010 or email at .

2022 Health Science Librarians of Illinois Annual Conference

This year's Health Science Librarians of Illinois (HSLI) Annual Conference will take place online from Wednesday, September 7 to Friday, September 9. Registration is now open on the conference website. A printable or online form is available. The cost is $20 for HSLI members, $30 for non-members, and $5 for students.

Registration deadline is Wednesday, August 31.

Upcoming CARLI Events and Meetings

Important Dates

August 7       Alma Monthly Release
August 14     Alma Release Update

September 4     Alma Monthly Release
September 5     CARLI Office Closed: Labor Day


August 23     OER Committee
August 31     CARLI Executive Committee Meeting
August 31     Preservation Committee

September 7     Collection Management Committee
September 9     CARLI Board of Directors Meeting

Webinars, Forums, Workshops and Training

August 4       Weekly Illinois SCOERs Office Hours
August 8       Alexander Street @ Your Library
August 9       Illinois SCOERs: Print Your First 3D Object
August 9       PDA Event: Building the Innovation Lab: A Technology Playground
August 11     Illinois SCOERs Round 2 Subgrant Application Workshop
August 11     PDA Event: Through the Records: The Work of the Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston (CSSC) at the College of Charleston
August 11     Weekly Illinois SCOERs Office Hours
August 11     Alma Primo VE Open Office Hours
August 15     New Directors Orientation
August 16     Illinois SCOERs: Copyright Basics and Creative Commons Licensing
August 16     PDA Event: Cultivating Civility and Resilience in Libraries: Challenges and Solutions
August 17     PDA Event: Transforming Scholarly Research with Blockchain Technologies and AI: A New Era of Possibilities
August 17     NC LIVE Website Service Webinar
August 18     Directors Session at Governors State University
August 18     Weekly Illinois SCOERs Office Hours
August 19     Directors Session at Illinois State University
August 22     Directors Session at Southern Illinois University
August 23     Illinois SCOERs: 3D Printing Review
August 24     E-Resources Brokering Introduction
August 24     Deconstructing the CASE Act: Libraries, Users, and Copyright Small Claims
August 25     Governing Directors Check-in
August 25     Weekly Illinois SCOERs Office Hours
August 29     Directors Session at Northern Illinois University  
August 30     Directors Session at DePaul University
August 30     Illinois SCOERS: Permissions and Fair Use

September 8      Alma Primo VE Open Office Hours
September 9      Illinois SCOERs Round 2 Subgrant Application Workshop
September 13    Illinois SCOERs: 3D Printing – Using Models
September 13    Building A Successful Budget
September 19    PDA Event: Racial Equity in Libraries: Hiring, Retention, and Promotion of BIPOC Employees
September 20    PDA Event: Leading Together: Academic Library Consortia and Advocacy

Consult the CARLI calendar for the most current list of meeting times and locations.

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