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Session 207 – Collections, Ethics, Perspective, and Voice: The Importance of Context –  joint with LGBTQ Users Special Interest Group

28 August 2018,  13:45-15:45, Plenary Theater

Introduction : Clare O’Hanlon, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Australia : A continuum of LGBTIQA+ community engagement in libraries: From collections and cataloguing to book displays, bathrooms and beyond. Video. (Unabridged version). Slides.

  • LaVerne Gray, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, United States: Uncovering Collective Voice: Using archives to explore community-based information environments of African-American Activist-Mothers in Chicago Public Housing, 1955-1970
  • Reiko Aoki, National Women’s Education Center, Japan: Collection Development on Women’s Earthquake Disaster Experiences and Support Activities in Japan. Paper.
  • Hollie White, Curtin University, Australia: Decolonizing the Way We Organize. Paper
  • Bernard Dione, Université Cheikh Anta Diop, Senegal: Collection development and cultural context: The accommodation of professional to cultural values among Senegalese Academic Librarians Paper. Slides.

Session 218 – Collections, Ethics, Perspective, and Voice: Reaching Out to the Hard to Reach – Women, Information and Libraries Special Interest Group

29 August 2018, 8:30-10:30, Ballroom 1

  • Jérémy Lachal, Muy-Cheng Peich, Bibliothèques Sans Frontières, France: Libraries as empowerment levers: defining the collections and the contents with the users – The example of the Ideas Box. Paper. Slides.
  • Brittany Jacobs, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States: I Read you Loud & Queer. Paper. Video.
  • Christer Edeholt, Umeå public library, Umeå, Sweden, The Rainbow Library
  • Katherine S. Donaldson, University of Oregon: Recruiting diverse librarians: Residency programs as an entry point to the academic librarian profession in the United States. Paper. Slides.