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- From the Archives
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Category Archives: Arts/Humanities
Are you curious about careers in libraries, archives, or information science? Would you like to explore intersections of pedagogy, information ethics, and digital tools? Consider taking Humanities 399: Library as Collaboratory, an activity credit course, in the Fall 2019 semester. … Continue reading →