Year: 2022

Illinois Information Literacy Summit

Algorithms, Bias Filters, Mystery Games, and More: Notes from the 20th Annual Information Literacy Summit

On April 29, the DePaul University Library and the College of Dupage Library co-hosted the 20th Annual Illinois Information Literacy Summit. This event would not have been possible without generous support from Moraine Valley Community College, the hosts of the Summit for the first 19 years. The theme of this

A Lack of Real Options research poster

Congratulations to Lily McCauley, winner of the 2022 Library Research Prize!

Congratulations to Lily McCauley, the winner of the 2022 Library Research Prize! Lily is a first-year student at DePaul studying Film and TV, an artist, an aspiring director, and an outstanding undergraduate researcher. Lily’s essay, “‘A Lack of Real Options’: A Cultural Analysis of Digital Art on Instagram and YouTube”,

Carols Villa Worlds in Collision

New Books for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

This month, in recognition of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the DePaul University Library highlights a few new publications from Asian American voices. Explore Asian American lives and experiences through art, fiction, memoir and history: View thirty-six works created by Filipino American artist Carlos Villa (1936-2013) in the