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2020 Fall, Volume 43, Issue 2
In this issue:

  • ILA Virtual Conference Preview and IACRL Virtual Annual Meeting
  • Meet new IACRL officers, a featured member, and award-winning colleagues
  • Upcoming Illinois library events
  • Recent publications by IL Academic Librarians

2020 Spring, Volume 43, Issue 1
In this issue:

  • Message from the president and election information
  • IACRL Journal Article Discussion Club report
  • Illinois library event announcements and reports
  • News about your colleagues, including Member Spotlight

2019 Fall, Volume 42, Issue 2
In this issue:

  • Upcoming ILA Annual Conference in Tinley Park
  • Conversations with new IACRL officers and award-winning colleagues
  • Illinois library event announcements and reports
  • Recent publications

2019 Spring, Volume 42, Issue 1

In this issue:

  • ACRL: Preview and list of IL Academic Librarians Presenting
  • Message from the President
  • New RAILS networking group: solo & small academic libraries
  • Recent publications

2018 Fall, Volume 41, Issue 2

In this issue:

  • Upcoming ILA Annual Conference in Peoria
  • Leadership and networking events for librarians in Illinois
  • Info about your colleagues and new IACRL officers
  • Recent publications

2018 Spring, Volume 41, Issue 1

In this issue:

  • The upcoming Information Literary Summit at Moraine Valley
  • The Scholarly Communication RoadShow at the U of I
  • Librarians lobbying in Washington with ILA
  • News about your colleagues, including new ILA executive director Diane Foote
  • Information about upcoming IACRL elections

2017 Fall, Volume 40, Issue 2

In this issue:

  • ILA Conference Preview
  • Bloomberg Receives 2017 Hugh C. Atkinson Memorial/Demco Award
  • CARLI Update
  • Meet the new officers

2017 Spring, Volume 40, Issue 1

In this issue:

  • ACRL 2017 Conference Preview: find out when and where your Illinois colleagues will be presenting

  • messages from  IACRL President Lindsay Harmon, CARLI Senior Director Anne Craig, and ILA President Melissa Gardner

  • profiles of award winners, including Library Luminaries Jessie White and Kip Kolkmeier, and Atkinson Award Winner Dee Brennan

  • how libraries are serving refugees and asylum seekers

Download the 2017 Spring IACRL Newsletter

2016 Fall, Volume 39, Issue 2

In this issue:

  • messages from incoming IACRL President Lindsay Harmon and new CARLI Senior Director Anne Craig, and a look at the career of retired CARLI Senior Director Susan Singleton

  • profiles of award winners, including Illinois Academic Librarian of the Year Pattie Piotrowski and Illinois Library Luminary Dr. Allen Lanham

  • a preview of the ILA 2016 Conference and reports from this year’s ALA and Great Lakes Resource Sharing meetings

Download the 2016 Fall IACRL Newsletter

2016 Spring, Volume 39, Issue 1

In this issue:

  • IACRL Conference Preview
  • Legislative Update: Omnibus Spending Bill and the Cybersecurity Act of 2015
  • New Resource for Chicago Researchers: Explore Chicago Collections
  • Honors and Awards for Illinois Librarians
  • Recent Publications by Illinois Librarians
  • Message from the President

Download the 2016 Spring IACRL Newsletter

2015 Fall, Volume 38, Issue 2

In this issue:

  • Dennis Krieb, 2015 Illinois Academic Librarian of the Year
  • Emily Knox Receives 2015 ILA Intellectual Freedom Award
  • Message from Incoming IACRL President Gwen Gregory
  • ILA 2015: All-For-One Conference Preview
  • Hugh Atkinson Names Illinois Library Luminary
  • Member Spotlight: Joelen Pastva
  • Academic Librarians Participate in Synergy

Download the 2015 Fall IACRL Newsletter

2015 Spring, Volume 38, Issue 1

In this issue:

  • Robert Seal, ACRL Academic Librarian of the Year
  • Legislative Update: Illinois Budget Situation
  • ACRL 2015 Conference Preview
  • Member Spotlight: Devin Savage
  • Chen on List of Top 20 Librarian Authors

Download the 2015 Spring IACRL Newsletter

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