Event Title

Inclusive, Diverse, and Social Justice Minded Information Literacy Instruction

Location

Online

Start Date

29-4-2021 10:00 AM

End Date

4-2021 11:00 AM

Document Type

Poster

Description

The information literacy classroom is a pivotal point for Librarians to foster a diverse, open, and safe learning environment outside of the library, but is also an opportunity for students to think critically about the cultural, social, and economic structures that underlie information production and dissemination. Incorporating mindful instruction practices and leveraging the ACRL framework to approach library teaching from a social justice perspective are a few action steps toward building bridges from the library towards inclusivity.

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Apr 29th, 10:00 AM Apr 1st, 11:00 AM

Inclusive, Diverse, and Social Justice Minded Information Literacy Instruction

Online

The information literacy classroom is a pivotal point for Librarians to foster a diverse, open, and safe learning environment outside of the library, but is also an opportunity for students to think critically about the cultural, social, and economic structures that underlie information production and dissemination. Incorporating mindful instruction practices and leveraging the ACRL framework to approach library teaching from a social justice perspective are a few action steps toward building bridges from the library towards inclusivity.