Raymond Pun (he/him/his) is an academic/school librarian in the Bay Area, CA. Ray has written and published extensively in the library and information science field. He co-edited books including The First Year Experience Cookbook (ACRL Publications, 2017) and The Sustainable Library's Cookbook (ACRL Publications, 2019). You can find him on Twitter @raypun101.
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Last month, about 7,000+ attendees from around the world participated in the American Library Association (ALA) Midwinter Virtual Meeting & Exhibits. From closing keynote speaker Dr. Jill Biden—the first lady... read more →