General News

RUSA Membership Social

January 16, 2020

You are cordially invited to the RUSA Midwinter Social WARM UP WITH RUSA, generously sponsored by Infogroup (makers of Reference USA)! What better way to celebrate than to reconnect with colleagues. Registration is not required—the social event is FREE…

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Call for RUSA Achievement Award Nominations!

January 3, 2020

There are so many people doing good work; this is a chance to make sure they get the national recognition they deserve. RUSA is now seeking nominations for the 2020 Achievement Awards! Please take a look at the award summaries…

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Genealogy Institute sponsored by ProQuest at ALA Midwinter

January 2, 2020

On Friday, January 24, 2020 the RUSA Genealogy Midwinter Institute sponsored by ProQuest will explore German History during the ALA Midwinter Meeting at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, PA This year’s institute will feature a hands-on workshop…

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Amanda Roper has been selected as our 2020 Emerging Leader

January 2, 2020

RUSA is pleased to announce that Amanda Roper has been selected as our 2020 Emerging Leader! Amanda is an Assistant Librarian at Chattanooga State Community College where she provides creativity to library outreach and instruction. “At Chatt State, I’ve…

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RUSA Quarterly Update

Winter 2020 RUSA Quarterly Update

December 20, 2019

The 2020 Winter issue of the RUSA Quarterly Update is now available! Read news from the RUSA sections and catch up with ongoing committee work! The highlighted sections include: BRASS Notes CODES History RSS STARS View full Winter 2020 issue…

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Election Slate 2020

December 20, 2019

Thank you to the RUSA members who have agreed to be candidates in the 2020 election. The ALA Elections will be held March 9 through April 1. RUSA would also like to thank the nominating chairs for all of their…

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RUSQ Fall 2019 issue now available

December 17, 2019

Features Beyond Face Value: Evaluating Research Consultations from the Student Perspective Lauren Reiter, Carmen Cole Changing the Venues but Not Changing Our Tune: Service Model Transition at a Music and Performing Arts Library Kate Lambaria, Kirstin Dougan Johnson Where’s…

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