Criminology/Criminal Justice Discussion Group

Saturday, 31 January 2015
4:30pm to 5:30pm

Something to Talk About

This will be an open discussion among the attendees. Please come prepared to discuss the following topics:

Thematic LibGuides – Have you published a thematic LibGuide recently that you would like to share with other librarians? Current published examples focus on themes like restorative justice, transitional justice, non-adversarial justice, environmental justice.

Crime Mapping Resources – How much demand for such resources have you encountered among your students and faculty? What resources have you found most useful to your users? Have you developed a related LibGuide, handout, or other resource?

Recent Publications, presentations, projects, other initiatives – Have you published, presented, or started or completed a project or new initiative related to your work as a criminal justice librarian recently?

Criminal Justice and Criminology Librarian Tool Kit – The Tool Kit, which was last modified in October 2013, is located at:  What’s missing?

Attendees are encouraged to bring a laptop, iPad, smartphone, or other web-enabled device to explore online resources during the meeting.

The event will be held at Sheraton Chicago in the Ohio room.


Karen S. Evans, Convener (2013-2015)
Reference/Instruction Librarian
Indiana State University

Rosalind Fielder-Giscombe, Co-Convener (2014-2016)
Assistant Professor
Reference and Instruction Librarian
Chicago State University

To provide a forum for discussion and exchange of information among criminal justice and criminology subject specialists and others interested in criminal justice and criminology librarianship.

3 Responses to Criminology/Criminal Justice Discussion Group

  1. michaljhon64 says:

    something to display

  2. dilini says:

    Can i join a discussion group about criminal topic including to criminology subject .hiw can i join

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