“The Historical Connections Among Academic Status for Canadian University Librarians, Academic Freedom, and the Requirement for Research and Scholarly Work”

Here is an interesting, reflective blog on the history of academic librarianship and the requirement for scholarship in the promotion: http://words.usask.ca/ceblipblog/2015/12/01/the-historical-connections-among-academic-status-for-canadian-university-librarians-academic-freedom-and-the-requirement-for-research-and-scholarly-work/

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