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Are instructional librarians having needed conversations with patrons about how research can perpetuate systemic discrimination and racism? A framework developed collaboratively between UND librarians and focused on exemplar, process, and structure provides a starting point. Learn how you can interrogate the conceptual processes and information architecture behind academic knowledge dissemination systems in order to foster a more anti-racist, equitable, and critical form of information literacy.
Grand Forks, ND
library instruction, critical librarianship, structural racism, bias in research, research methods
Library and Information Science
Borysewicz, Kristen and Olson, Devon, "A framework for anti-racist information literacy instruction: exemplar, process, and structure" (2021). Librarian Posters and Presentations. 19.
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