Volume 17, Number 2, April 2017

Table of Contents

Editorial

All In: A Public Services Philosophy for the Twenty-First Century Academic Library

pp. 201-204
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Articles

Perspectives on Library Public Services from Four Leaders

pp. 205-216
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Promoting Library Services with User-Centered Language

pp. 217-234
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Faculty Profile Systems: New Services and Roles for Libraries

pp. 235-255
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Distinctive Roles: Engagement, Innovation, and the Liaison Model

pp. 257-271
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Relationship Building One Step at a Time: Case Studies of Successful Faculty-Librarian Partnerships

pp. 273-282
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Transforming Monograph Collections with a Model of Collections as a Service

pp. 283-294
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Pioneers in the Wild West: Managing Data Collections

pp. 295-319
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Understand, Identify, and Respond: The New Focus of Access Services

pp. 321-335
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Lending Video Game Consoles in an Academic Library

pp. 337-346
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Broadening Boundaries: Opportunities for Information Literacy Instruction inside and outside the Classroom

pp. 347-362
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Unifying Space and Service for Makers, Entrepreneurs, and Digital Scholars

pp. 363-374
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Supporting Student Retention and Success: Including Family Areas in an Academic Library

pp. 375-388
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Academic Library Spaces: Advancing Student Success and Helping Students Thrive

pp. 389-402
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Academic Librarians Engage with Assessment Methods and Tools

pp. 403-417
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Building a Collaborative Position Description Archive as a Community of Practice

pp. 419-434
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