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RUSQ Special Issue: Trusted Information in an Age of Uncertainty, Vol 57, No 3 (2018) Spring

**to get email notifications when a new edition is published, click here.**  From the Editor Public and academic libraries alike are facing a variety of challenges surrounding information, facts, and trust. These challenges arise from a societal shift that has been building over the half century since Richard Hofstadter published Anti-Intellectualism in American Life…(Read More)

M. Kathleen Kern has been appointed incoming editor of RUSA’s Reference and User Services Quarterly (RUSQ) journal. Kathleen began as editor-designate in early February and will assume the position of editor on July 1, 2018. “Kathleen is a fine writer and has been a thoughtful reviewer for RUSQ. Her understanding of scholarly communication…(Read More)

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This article was originally published in the Fall 2017 issue of Reference and User Services Quarterly. Welcome to the nineteenth annual Best Free Reference Websites list. In 1998, the Machine-Assisted Reference Section (MARS) of RUSA appointed an ad hoc task force to develop a method for recognizing outstanding reference websites. This task force became…(Read More)

RUSQ Winter Edition 2017 Cover

**to get email notifications when a new edition is published, click here.**  It is Christmas Eve here as I write the introduction to RUSQ 57:2; view now. I hope that the holiday season offers a time for RUSA members to catch their breath after a busy fall, and that the new year offers time…(Read More)

rusq editor search

The Reference and User Services Association (RUSA) seeks applicants for the position of editor or co-editors of Reference & User Services Quarterly (RUSQ). The term is for three years, with the possibility of renewal for a second term. The editor may not serve longer than six consecutive years. The RUSQ editor should be a…(Read More)

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