This Session will focus on actions drawn from the outcomes of Session 207 – Collections, Ethics, Perspective, and Voice: The Importance of Context (Women, information and libraries SIG and LGBTQ Users SIG: 28.08.2018, 13:45 – 15:45). 

Meet some of the speakers from Session 207 and further the discussion with them and 4 other specialists who will start the discussion with the presentation of 3 field initiatives:

Libraries as empowerment levers: defining the collections and the contents with the users – The example of the Ideas Box

  1. Jérémy Lachal, Bibliothèques Sans Frontières, France
  2. Muy-Cheng Peich, Bibliothèques Sans Frontières, France

I Read you Loud & Queer

  1. Brittany Jacobs, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States

Recruiting diverse librarians: Residency programs as an entry point to the academic librarian profession in the United States

  1. Katherine S. Donaldson, University of Oregon, United States