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New & Noteworthy Reference & Instruction Books

we want to do more than survive: abolitionist teaching and the pursuit of educational freedom
the reference librarian's bible
the feminist reference desk
Research as Resistance: revisiting critical, indigenous, and anti-oppressive approaches
learner-centered pedagogy
online teaching and learning: a practical guide for librarians
the one-shot library instruction survival guide
user-centered design for first-year library instruction programs
conducting the reference interview
reference librarianship and justice: history practice and praxis
culturally sustaining pedagogies: teaching and learning for justice in a changing world
metaliterate learning for the post-truth world
information services to diverse populations: developing culturally competent library professionals
inquiry and research
visual research methods: an introduction for library and information studies
seeing sense: visual literacy as a tool for libraries, learning, and reader development

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