Activating Core Values in the Library: Strategies for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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It can be easy to pay lip service to librarianship’s core values of diversity, equity, inclusion, and intellectual freedom. But what do those values look like in action? How can we intentionally build our collection, instruction, and programming to ensure that we are enacting these values on a daily basis with our school community—especially when librarian values are under attack?

In this webinar, librarians Meg Boisseau Allison, Erika Long, and Julie Stivers discuss what putting their core values into action looks like in their libraries, as well as usable strategies for embedding diversity, equity, and inclusion into your library practice.

Meg, Erika, and Julie are all contributors to Core Values in School Librarianship, edited by Judi Moreillon. And, for a limited time, you can get a free copy of their book with the purchase of a new subscription to School Library Connection, where you’ll also find discussion questions and activities to help you apply the lessons from Core Values directly to your practice.

Thank you for your interest in this webinar! Complimentary access has ended, but the video and PD certification quiz are available to School Library Connection subscribers here. Learn more about School Library Connection and sign up for a free preview here!

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