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Racial Microaggressions and Academic Libraries
The abundance of articles, books, and conference papers on diversity in librarianship tend to focus on a few recurring themes: depictions of minorities in children’s literature, developing multicultural collections, or ...
Do You See What I See? Academic Librarians' Experiences of Racism
This research project uses the framework of racial microaggressions to investigate academic librarians’ experiences and observations of racism in the profession. The poster presents preliminary findings of a survey of ...
Academic Librarians' Experiences & Observations of Microaggressions
In this poster, the researcher will present results from a survey of academic librarians about their experiences of racial microaggressions. The research presented in this poster—results from a survey of minority and ...
The Power of Observation: How Librarians can Benefit from the Peer Review of Teaching--Even Without a Formal Program
Many academic librarians who provide library instruction have never received formal training in pedagogical theories and methods. In an effort to improve the teaching skills of instruction librarians, some libraries have ...
Open Access Publishing, AUrora, and You
Jaena Alabi (Libraries), Jo Mackiewicz (Technical & Professional Communication), and Aaron Trehub (Libraries) discuss the benefits of open-access publishing through AUrora, Auburn’s institutional repository. Among the ...