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More than another LibGuide: Taking social justice into the library classroom - Brookbank

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More than another LibGuide: Taking social justice into the library classroom - Brookbank

  1. 1. More than another LibGuide Taking social justice into the library classroom
  2. 2. SUBTITLE: ARIAL BOLD/REGULAR Body copy in Arial, use normal sentence case. Bullet list • Bullet one • Bullet two • Bullet three Samuel Corum/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
  3. 3. Facebook photo via Vox.com Facebook photo via NY Daily News Gerald Herbert/AP via NY Daily News
  4. 4. SUBTITLE: ARIAL BOLD/REGULAR Body copy in Arial, use normal sentence case. Bullet list • Bullet one • Bullet two • Bullet three
  5. 5. “Critical librarianship includes the development of critical thinking, information literacy, and lifelong learning skills in students, as well as engagement with diversity, information ethics, access to information, commodification of information, labor, academic freedom, human rights, engaged citizenry, and neoliberalism. “ —  Garcia Critical library pedagogy: “Engaging in the theory and practice of inclusive and reflective teaching in order to broaden students’ understanding of power structures within the education system and in society.” — Pagowsky & McElroy
  6. 6. SUBTITLE: ARIAL BOLD/REGULAR Body copy in Arial, use normal sentence case. Bullet list • Bullet one • Bullet two • Bullet three
  7. 7. References • Association of College and Research Libraries. (2015). Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/acrl/standards/ilframework • Ferretti, J. (2018). Neutrality is Hostility: The Impact of (False) Neutrality in Academic Librarianship. Retrieved from https://medium.com/librarieswehere/neutrality-is-hostility-the-impact-of- false-neutrality-in-academic-librarianship-c0755879fb09 • Garcia, K. (2015). Keeping Up With... Critical Librarianship. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/acrl/publications/keeping_up_with/critlib • Honma, T. (2005). Trippin’ over the color line: The invisibility of race in library and information studies. Interactions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies, 1(2), 1-26. Retrieved from https://escholarship.org/uc/item/4nj0w1mp • McElroy, K. (2017). But How Do We Do Critical Librarianship? OLA Quarterly, 23(2), 6-8. • Pagowsky, N., & McElroy, K. (2016). Critical library pedagogy handbook. Chicago, Illinois: Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association. • Saunders, L. (2017). Connecting Information Literacy and Social Justice: Why and How. Communications in Information Literacy, 11(1), 55-75. https://doi.org/10.15760/comminfolit.2017.11.1.47

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