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Last month, Raymond Pun presented his takeaways from 2021’s ALA Virtual Midwinter and interviewed Ann Matsushima Chiu, Social Sciences Librarian at Reed College in Portland, OR, on using zines in library instruction and programming. Also, in honor of Black History Month, we considered how to integrate racial literacy into a library program as well as the impact the Harlem Renaissance had worldwide.
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March is Women’s History Month in America, and Credo has the facts about inspiring women, past and present. New to Credo this month, A to Z of Women: American Women in Sports and A to Z of Women: American Women Writers from Facts On File provide a thorough grounding on notable women from Abigail Adams to Kristi Yamaguchi.
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Need to expand your collection in areas such as Religion, Business, or Law? We have you covered with new titles that dive into the most-searched topics from top publishers like IGI Global, Princeton University Press, Routledge, and more. Interested? Contact us here.
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In celebration of Women’s History Month, our training team created a 30-minute webinar on researching women’s studies with Credo. Find the recording here. If you have ideas for a subject-specific training, just let us know!
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