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rusq editor search

The Reference and User Services Association (RUSA) seeks applicants for the position of editor or co-editors of Reference & User Services Quarterly (RUSQ). The term is for three years, with the possibility of renewal for a second term. The editor may not serve longer than six consecutive years. The RUSQ editor should be a…(Read More)

fall 2017 rusq cover

**to get email notifications when a new edition is published, click here.** The coming of autumn marks the start of another volume of RUSQ, the 57th in the journal’s life; view now. The close of summer is also a marker for our libraries—the end of summer reading, the start of the new semester…(Read More)

Man reading on tablet leaning on reference desk in library

RUSA announces that its Reference and User Services Quarterly (RUSQ) journal will move to open access beginning with the fall 2017 issue. RUSQ disseminates information of interest to reference librarians, information specialists and other professionals involved in user-oriented library services. The decision to move RUSQ from subscription based to open access was based on…(Read More)

stack of newspapers on bookshelf

Reference and User Services Quarterly, (RUSQ) will be publishing a special issue titled “Trusted Information in an Age of Uncertainty” in 2018. As editor of the Alert Collector column, I am looking for an author (or authors) of a column of some aspect of collection development around the special issue topic. My deadline is October…(Read More)

RUSQ Summer 2017 issue cover

**to get email notifications when a new edition is published, click here.** As RUSA members and others head to Chicago for ALA Annual conference, I am happy to bring to our readers RUSQ 56(4) which as always offers a range of thoughtful pieces for librarians of all sorts. This issue’s columns cover a…(Read More)

RUSQ spring 2017 cover with flowers

**to get email notifications when a new edition is published, click here.** Note from the Editor: Spring has sprung here in Virginia, and I hope that it is making its way towards you wherever you are located. Spring is a great opportunity to reflect on what we are doing and look to the future. With…(Read More)

**to get email notifications when a new edition is published, click here.** Note from the Editor: I hope that everyone is coming back from the holidays renewed and refreshed to start the new year. As the spring semesters begin and winter programming picks up at libraries around the country, I am delighted to bring to…(Read More)

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