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Session
Prioritizing Marginalized Populations in Information Science [SDGs 10, 16]
Time:
Tuesday, 27/Oct/2020:
11:00am - 12:30pm


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Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Accelerator Series
Topics: Technology; Culture; and Society
Keywords: diversity

Prioritizing Marginalized Populations in Information Science [SDGs 10, 16]

Vanessa L. Kitzie1, Amelia Gibson2, Abigail Phillips3, Arcadio Matos4

1University of South Carolina, USA; 2University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA; 3University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA; 4Rutgers University, USA

Our communities and society are increasingly diverse and should be adequately represented in library and information science (LIS) classrooms and literature (Cooke, 2016). In the past few years, the literature has increased, but LIS still has work to do in regard to amplifying marginalized voices (Gibson & Hughes-Hassell, 2017). This panel features researchers and LIS educators who advocate for, teach, and conduct research with marginalized populations in order to amplify and normalize the voices and experiences of those often thought of as “others”. Cooke, N. A. (2016). Information services to diverse populations: Developing culturally competent library professionals. ABC-CLIO. Gibson, A. N., & Hughes-Hassell, S. (2017). We will not be silent: Amplifying marginalized voices in LIS education and research. The Library Quarterly, 87(4), 317-329.



 
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