Una's Collier Library Selected As Site For National Library Workshop
Jan. 15, 2019
By Maddie Goodwin
FLORENCE, Ala.-Librarians from all across the Southeast will soon be headed to the University of North Alabama to attend the Association of College and Research Libraries' (ACRL) workshop May 16, 2019.
UNA's Collier Library has been selected by ACRL to host the "Scholarly Communication: From Understanding to Engagement" Roadshow workshop this spring.
ACRL is the largest division of the American Library Association. Founded with the belief that librarians lead change across campuses, ACRL is dedicated to the advancement of academic libraries and their role within collegiate communities.
The "Scholarly Communication" Roadshow is designed to help libraries advance themselves and accelerate the scholarly communication system.
Presenters will lead workshop participants in an interactive program that focuses on scholarly communication fundamentals. Host sites are also able to pick selected topics for presentations that they feel best suit the interests of their community.
Collier library is one of only five locations chosen by ACRL for this opportunity.
For more information: 256-765-4625
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH ALABAMA
The University of North Alabama is an accredited, comprehensive regional state university offering undergraduate and graduate degree programsthrough the colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business,Education and Human Sciences, and the Anderson College of Nursing and Health Professions.Occupying a 130-acre campus in a residential section of Florence, Alabama, UNA is located within a four-city area that also includes Tuscumbia, Sheffield and Muscle Shoals. UNA Athletics, a renownedcollegiate athletics program with seven (7) Division II National Championships, is now a proud member of the NCAA Division I's ASUN and Big South Conferences.The University of North Alabama is an equal opportunity institution and does not discriminate in the admission policy on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, disability, age or national origin.