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Academic Librarians on Intellectual Freedom and Change, Part 5: An Interview with Marcela Rivera-Cornejo

In the fifth segment of our interview series with academic librarians from across the globe, Marcela Rivera-Cornejo of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile shares her thoughts on inclusive librarianship and the importance of keeping up with the rapid developments in the academic landscape.

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Academic Librarians on Intellectual Freedom and Change, Part 4: An Interview with Fiona Greig

As University Librarian and Chief Information Officer, Fiona Greig supports the University of Winchester’s ambition to serve as the “anchor university” for its region. In the latest instalment of our interview series, she talked about what this means for the library’s collections, her views on the role of the librarian today, and many other topics.

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Academic Librarians on Intellectual Freedom and Change, Part 3: An Interview with Beau Case

This week, Beau Case reflects on his career as a university librarian, culminating in his current role as the Inaugural Dean of Libraries at the University of Central Florida. He talked to us about the challenges he had faced, social bias in libraries, and why he doesn’t mind students putting books back out of order.

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Academic Librarians on Intellectual Freedom and Change, Part 2: An Interview with Michelle Blake

Sitting on Māori tribal land, the University of Waikato in New Zealand showcases a culturally rich and significant backdrop. In the second segment of our new interview series, Michelle Blake tells us about the university library’s distinctive setting, indigenous programs, initiatives in educating about disinformation, and much more.

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