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Mary Reichel Ph.D.

Dr. Mary Reichel has been the University Librarian at Appalachian State University since 1992. In 2000, she was named the Carol Grotnes Belk Distinguished Professor for Library and Information Studies in addition to holding the title of University Librarian.

There are 6 included publications by Mary Reichel Ph.D.:

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ACRL: the learning community for excellence in academic libraries: the presidential theme for the coming year 2001 343 My purpose in writing this column is to share why I chose the presidential theme of "ACRL: The Learning Community for Excellence in Academic Libraries" and to explain why I think the learning community concept is such a powerful one. I also hope to s...
English and Reichel Share Plans for ACRL 2000 221 C&RL News offered ACRL candidates for vice-president/president-elect, Ray English and Mary Reichel, this opportunity to share their views with the membership. Although many of the issues facing ACRL are discussed informally at meetings, we want to us...
Intellectual Freedom and Library Instruction: the centrality of the connection. (includes Appalachian State University policy statement). 1994 188 Effective library instruction is a necessary component of information literacy and intellectual freedom. Instructors should incorporate censorship issues and illustrate the complexities of combating censorship in library instruction presentations.
Publish or Perish: A Dilemma for Academic Librarians? 1999 339 A study investigated the influence of scholarly requirements on the ability of librarians to earn tenure or continuous employment. A total of 690 academic libraries at research, doctoral, and master's-level institutions participated. It was found tha...
Reports from the Congress on Professional Education 1999 217 More than 100 delegates from national and international associations of library and information studies, educators, and professionals convened in Washington, D.C. for a two-day Congress on Professional Education, April 30-May 1, 1999, sponsored by AL...
September 11th and Academic Libraries 2002 173 I am writing this editorial only a month after the devastating terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Although I had no desire to write on such a horrifying topic, I could not forego this opportunity to share my pride in our library profession and ...