"So for now, librarians still are needed build the information and experiential platforms to deliver up what's interesting in the world. But we're also realizing that we can build our own servers with the writings of our homegrown bards, with the music of our neighborhood minstrels, with the visual arts of our local visionaries. Once we've gathered it, once we've organized it, once we've presented it to those who made it, we realize that it's just possible that other communities might be interested, too. In short, it was once the job of the library to bring the world to the community. Now, our job is to take the community to the world."

Jamie LaRue, “Taking Community to the World”

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eISSN: 1943-7528

Vol 6, No 2 (2014): Collaborative Librarianship

Table of Contents


Taking Community to the World PDF
Jamie LaRue 59-60

Scholarly Articles

Just the Two of Us: Those Who Co-Teach, Co-Learn Abstract PDF
Talitha R. Matlin, Allison Carr 61-72
Two Approaches to Collaborative Information Literacy Instruction at a Small Engineering School Abstract PDF
Conor Cote, Scott Juskiewicz 73-81

From the Field

Collaboration in eTextbook Publishing: A Case Study Abstract PDF
Erin N. Wimmer, Anne Morrow, Alice Weber 82-86
Library Collaboration: International Perspectives. An Interview with Dr. Shimelis Assefa, Associate Professor, Library and Information Science, University of Denver Abstract PDF
Shimelis G. Assefa, Janet Lee 87-91
The Library in 2020 Abstract PDF
Jill Hurst-Wahl 92-93

Viewpoints: Technology Matters

Using Technology to Increase Community Engagement PDF
Lori Bowen Ayre 94-95


Review of Voyant Tools PDF
Megan E. Welsh 96-97
Review of Studying Students: A Second Look PDF
Juliann Couture 98-99
Review of "The Bookless Library," New Republic PDF
Ellen Mackey 100-101