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LIS Programs and the Need for Dialogue

By Denisse Solis

Abstract

This article addresses the lack of understanding of social issues within LIS and MLIS education and in the profession itself while advocating for discussions on diversity in library and information programs in the U.S., the promotion of groups to address these issues, and encouraging more open dialogue on issues of race, gender, and class

Topics: diversity, LIS, library school, Archival Science, Cataloging and Metadata, Library and Information Science, Scholarly Communication
Publisher: FIU Digital Commons
Year: 2016
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.fiu.edu:glworks-1059

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