Welcome to SCARLA9554121

 

The Student College, Academic, and Research Libraries Association (SCARLA) organizes speakers, lecture series, events, trips and workshops to promote our understanding of academic librarianship. We aim to foster community among the students, faculty and librarians at SC&I and the Rutgers Library System and participate in conferences and activities sponsored by professional organizations at both the state and national level. 

We are also affiliated with the NJLA College and University Section and the ACRL New Jersey Chapter

Most recent past event: 3/31/2021 – 7:00 PM – #CritLib Collective Discussion

Join SCARLA for our first session of #CritLibCollective, a space where students, faculty, and librarians can gather for informal discussions on important topics related to critical librarianship. For our inaugural session we are reading Danya Leebaw and Alexis Logsdon’s article “Power and Status (and Lack Thereof) in Academe: Academic Freedom and Academic Librarians” from the open access, open peer reviewed journal In The Library With The Lead Pipe. The article can be accessed here: http://www.inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2020/power-and-status-and-lack-thereof-in-academe/.
Bring your questions, thoughts, and anecdotes! We are excited for the conversation!
Wednesday, March 31st at 7pm EST via Zoom.  Register for the event http://bit.ly/critlibcollective.

Don’t forget to follow SCARLA on: TwitterFacebook and join our new Facebook Group

Ways you can participate with SCARLA:

  • Attend meetings and events (in-person or online)
  • Write blog posts about events, internships, or issues
  • Coordinate programming and panels
  • Volunteer during the Spring Career Fair
  • Co-author the SCARLA poster for the NJLA conference
  • Share an article at a meeting
  • Teach a workshop
  • Become an officer

Your Spring 2021 officer board is as follows:

President: Meredith Magenheim
Vice-President: Wafa Fatima Isfahani
Treasurer: Victoria Sun
Secretary: Caroline Mann
Webmaster
: OPEN POSITION, (Caroline Mann, acting webmaster)

Faculty adviser: Marie Radford

If academic libraries interest you, consider running for a position on the board!