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The authors dedicate

The authors dedicate this book to the members of the ACRL Literatures in English Section, whose knowledge, experience, and support make us all better librarians. Laura Braunstein dedicates this book to her non-digital humans — Andy, Isaac, and Naomi. Arianne Hartsell-Gundy dedicates this book to her husband Jeff, who always knows when to provide encouragement, hugs, and chocolate.

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    CHAPTER SIX 99 Age, ed. Andrew Jewe

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    CHAPTER NINE Collaboration and Co T

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    CHAPTER NINE 153 Example 1: An Intr

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    CHAPTER THIRTEEN Dipping a Toe into

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    278 TOOLS AND RESOURCES REFERENCED

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    280 TOOLS AND RESOURCES REFERENCED

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    282 CONTRIBUTORS UCLA Center for Di

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