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Audiobooks: Trailblazers of Inclusion

What kind of a librarian reads only sparingly and reluctantly? The kind who has to be mindful about screen time and number of pages read. The kind who routinely adds Alt Text and image descriptions on websites. The kind who occasionally turns on closed captions during Zoom presentations to ensure the audience can follow. The … Read More

2021 Bishop Lecture: Reading from Home: Book History in Pandemic Times

Rutgers Distinguished Professor Leah Price will deliver the 35th annual Louis Faugères Bishop III Lecture “Reading from Home: Book History in Pandemic Times,” on Thursday, March 25 at 5:00 p.m. Register here. More details from Rutgers University Libraries

Reading for Recovery: Alcohol Memoirs

Note: we are reposting a series of pieces written to accompany the ALA-funded Reading for Recovery Project. The following was originally published in the December 2015 issue of the Information Services News, Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies The therapeutic process for alcohol addiction has a rich and longstanding relationship with narrative. Even the uninitiated know … Read More

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