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To be seen and heard: Realizing the benefits of diversity and responding to the needs of minority academic librarians
Diversity continues to be an important topic of conversation for librarians--we talk about the importance of representing a variety of viewpoints in our collections, providing diverse programs that meet the needs of a broad ...
Peer review of teaching: Best practices for a non-programmatic approach
Many academic librarians who provide library instruction have never received formal training in educational theory and methods. In an effort to bridge this gap and improve the teaching skills of instruction librarians, ...
“This Actually Happened”: An Analysis of Librarians’ Responses to a Survey about Racial Microaggressions
Racial microaggressions are subtle, derogatory messages conveyed to people of color. While often delivered unconsciously, these persistent and pervasive negative messages can have devastating effects on individuals and ...