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ACRL Get Involved: Everything You Need to Know about Volunteering for an ACRL Committee
To make the appointments process more transparent, the ACRL Membership Committee invites all new members and anyone who would like to get more involved in ACRL to join us for this free online forum explaining how the ACRL committee appointment process works. Moderator Dawn Behrend, along with panelists, Peter Hepburn, Raymond Pun, Mary Snyder, and ACRL President Karen Munro will explain how to volunteer for division-level committees, section committees, and interest and discussion groups. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about the many opportunities to serve, influence, and contribute to the profession. The session will be archived and made available on the ACRL website.
The volunteer form to serve on a 2020-2021 division or section committee will be available the first week of December. Watch ACRL Insider for more details.


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Dec 10, 2019 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Karen Munro
ACRL President and Associate Dean, Learning and Research Services @Simon Fraser University
Peter Hepburn
Head Librarian @College of the Canyons
Raymond Pun
Instruction and Research Librarian @Alder Graduate School of Education