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The promise of academic libraries: turning outward to transform campus communities

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The promise of academic libraries: turning outward to transform campus communities
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2014
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Association of College & Research Libraries
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English
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5 p.
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This is the version of record of an article published in College & Research Libraries News. The article is also available at http://crln.acrl.org/content/75/4/182.full.
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Peer reviewed
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Kranich, Nancy
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Lotts, Megan
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Academic libraries
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Academic librarians--Professional relationships
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Public services (Libraries)
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Libraries and students
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Rutgers University. Libraries
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Last fall, ALA launched a national partnership with the Harwood Institute. The Harwood Institute helps organizations “turn outward” toward their communities through the use of conversations where they gain the “public knowledge” they need to align their work more closely with their community’s aspirations. ALA’s joint initiative, “The Promise of Libraries Transforming Communities,” is developing a national plan to advance community engagement and innovation and transform the role of libraries in their communities. Although a few public libraries have previously used the Harwood framework, Rutgers has pioneered applying this approach in an academic library.
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Research & Instructional Services (RIS), Rutgers University
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Lotts
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Megan
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Springs
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Rutgers University Libraries
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doi:10.7282/T3N877XD
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2014
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College & Research Libraries News
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75(4)
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http://crln.acrl.org/content/75/4/182.full
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182-186
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Journal Article
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