Are you reading RUSA’s Chasing Reference?

I want to highlight an excellent blog sponsored by the American Library Association’s Reference and User Services Association (RUSA).

Chasing Reference originated as a 2012 Emerging Leaders project and is written by Emily Hamstra (University of Michigan), Sarah Elichko (Swarthmore College), Amy Barlow (Quinebaug Valley Community College), Heather Beverly (Cook (IL) Memorial Public Library District), and Carrie Dunham-LaGree (Drake University). Recent entries have covered freshman library orientation, using Pinterest in libraries, and resources about the Olympics. Each month the contributors share what they’ve been reading. It’s a great resource and I recommend it for anyone in a public service role, particularly within an academic library.

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