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Conference Session 125

Indigenous knowledge and multiculturalism in LIS education and library training: Infinite possibilities

Education and Training with Library Services to Multicultural Populations and Indigenous Matters Special Interest Group

Congress track 2: Policy, strategy and advocacy.

20 August 2013 09:30 - 12:45 | Room: Exhibition Hall 406 | SI

  • Indigenous ways: assessing the awareness of and potential need for identifying content on indigenous world view in educating Libraries/Archives/Museum (LAM) entry level professionals
    LORIENE ROY, CIARAN TRACE and SARAH GILBERT (University of Texas at Austin, School of Information, Austin, Texas, USA)
  • Protocols for libraries and archives in Australia: incorporating Indigenous perspectives in the information field
    KIRSTEN THORPE (University of Technology, Sydney, NSW, Australia)
  • Kia whai taki: implementing indigenous knowledge in the Aotearoa New Zealand Library and Information Management Curriculum
    SPENCER- LILLEY (MasseyUniversity, Palmerston North, Aotearoa, New Zealand) and TE PAEA PARINGATAI (Kāpiti Coast District Council, Paraparaumu, New Zealand)
  • Indigenous knowledge paradigms and cultural competencies in the library profession: from theory to practice Kāpiti
    ALEXANDRA RIVERA (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)
  • You can't hurry love: slow library education in culturally diverse society
    TONI SAMEK (University of Alberta, School of Library and Information Studies Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
  • Advancing cultural competency in library and information science
    RAE-ANNE MONTAGUE (University of Illinois- Urbana Champaign, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Urbana, Illinois, USA)
  • In-house library training program supporting Roma people - the power of networking in local community
    DIJANA SABOLOVIĆ-KRAJINA (Public Library Fran Galovic, Koprivnica, Croatia)
  • Analysis of LIS Education today: the inclusion of indigenous knowledge and multicultural issues in LIS Curriculum
    TUMUHAIRWE G. KABATANGARE (Makarere University, University Library, Kampala, Uganda)

Last update: 26 June 2013