Empower: Association of Architecture School Librarians Conference Report
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This conference report summarizes the content and conversations of the Association of Architecture School Librarians’ 2022 virtual conference titled Empower. This topic was engaged through thematic groupings of presentations including Exploring Intersecting Modalities for Research and Instruction, Amplifying Historically Marginalized Voices, and Highlighting Collections Through Collaboration which reflected empowerment in a myriad of ways, such as support of information organization, teaching, learning, and research.
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