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About the new book, Serving LGBTIQ Library and Archives Users: Essays on Outreach, Service, Collections and Access, edited by Ellen Greenblatt (McFarland and Company, ISBN 978-0-7864-4894-4)

About the new book, Serving LGBTIQ Library and Archives Users: Essays on Outreach, Service, Collections and Access, edited by Ellen Greenblatt (McFarland and Company, ISBN 978-0-7864-4894-4)

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    • Coming Soon
      To a library
      near you
    • *Actual title: Serving LGBTIQ Library and Archives Users
    • Coming in December 2010
      Serving LGBTIQ Library and Archives UsersEssays on Outreach, Service, Collections and Access
      Edited by Ellen Greenblatt
      McFarland and Company
      ISBN 978-0-7864-4894-4
       
    • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender,
      Intersex, and Queer/Questioning
    • Let me tell you a little about the book.
      Brought to you by a cast of thousands … uh, make that 40 contributors … the book is divided into 7 sections.
      Each section consists of several chapters followed by profiles of particular LGBTIQ collections, projects, or organizations.
      Here’s a rundown:
    • Section 1, Chapters
      • bisexual issues & resources
      • intersex issues & resources
      • transgender issues & resources
      • Internet & LGBTIQ people Profiles
      • gender explorations in Second Life
      • OutHistory.org
      • Community / library partnerships
    • Section 2, Chapters
      • public libraries
      • school libraries
      • academic libraries
      • youth needs and concerns Profiles
      • Quatrefoil Library
      • “Out at the Library” exhibit
    • Section 3, Chapters
      • archives, an overview
      • Under the Rainbow - oral histories
      • archival exhibits
      Profiles
      • Pacific NW Lesbian Archives
      • IHLIA (the Netherlands)
      • estono tienenombre(this has no name)
    • Section 4, Chapters
      • collection development barriers
      • reflections on LGBTIQ literature
      • user satisfaction & collection assessment
      Profiles
      • Rainbow Link
      • Gay and Lesbian Review / Worldwide
    • Section 5, Chapters
      • intersex in the Dewey Decimal Classification
      • LCSH & LGBTIQ concepts
      • queer folksonomies
      Profiles
      • LGBT Life Thesaurus
      • Indigenous / Native LGBTIQ terminology.
    • Section 6, Chapters
      • book challenges & censorship
      • Internet filtering
      Profiles
      • letter of response to an actual book challenge
    • Section 7, Chapters
      • workplace issues
      • library education
      • staff development
      Profiles
      • ALA GLBTRT
      • Society of American Archivists Lesbian and Gay Roundtable (LAGAR)
      • HQ76.3/New England (a regional group)
    • I’m going to order my copy right away. I understand I can pre-order directly from the publisher: http://www.mcfarlandpub.com/book-2.php?id=978-0-7864-4894-4
      I can’t wait!