Robeson Librarian is a Recognized "Mover & Shaker"
Congratulations to Vibiana Bowman, reference librarian at the Paul Robeson Library, who was selected
by Library Journal as one of the "Library Movers and Shakers for 2005." According to LJ, this annual
list profiles "emerging leaders in the library world... who are innovative, creative, and making a
difference." The complete list, with photos and profiles of the winners, will appear in the March 15,
2005 issue of Library Journal.
Tutorial by Robeson Librarians Added to National Database
"How to Avoid Plagiarism," an information literacy tutorial created by the reference department of
the Paul Robeson Library, has been selected for inclusion in the Association of College and Research
Library (ACRL) Peer-Reviewed Instruction Materials Online (PRIMO) database. The ACRL instructional
services committee developed PRIMO to promote and share peer-reviewed instructional materials,
created by librarians, to teach people about discovering, accessing, and evaluating information in
"How to Avoid Plagiarism" is the second Rutgers University Libraries instructional module selected
for the PRIMO database. "Plagiarism and Academic Integrity" created by Eileen Stec, Tony Joachim, and
Scott Hines, was selected for PRIMO in 2002.
Save The Date: Library Faculty Meeting
The next library faculty meeting will be held on Friday, March 4, 2005 in the Teleconference Lecture
Hall of the Scholarly Communication Center, in Alexander Library.
Arrive at 8:45 a.m. for coffee and networking. The meeting will begin at 9:15 a.m. A meeting agenda
will be distributed shortly, via rul_everyone.
Tell a Friend: Position Open in the Libraries
The Libraries have posted the following faculty opening:
Asian Languages Catalog Librarian, APP 163
Technical and Automated Services
for the full position profile.
Contributors for this issue were Vibiana Bowman and Mary Gerber.
Contributions for future issues of The
Agenda should be sent to Harry Glazer, editor, at