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Title:Let’s do this! 33 policy memos for updating today’s libraries
Author(s):Williams, Kate; Baeva, Aleksandra; Boles, Emily; Bowlus, Zoe; Burchard, Sara; Davies, Nora; Diaz, Jessica; Donaldson, Jeremy; Fanslow, Dana; Fary, Alyssa; Foulk, Chloe; Gorden, Jack; Grande, Jorie; Hanchar, Alyssa; Hartley, Abigail; Kaplan, Rachel; Khan, Aaron; Kuehn, Evan; Leigh, Michele; Lorrain, Darian; Monteith, Matthew; Petras, Sarah; Ryan, Emma; Swope, Kate; Thebarge, Nathan; Torres, Hayley; Tubbs, Peter; Tucci, Andrea; Waite, Elaine; Walcott, Ashley; Walter, Mia; Watson Burhans, Rosalyn; Zaldana, Jessica
Contributor(s):Williams, Kate
Subject(s):libraries
library education
Abstract:In the second year of the Covid-19 pandemic, in a year of racial reckoning, with climate emergencies bearing down on the United States as never before, two sections of the MSLIS course “Libraries, Information and Society” at the University of Illinois wrote some very practical documents. They wrote to their own libraries—to libraries they hope to work at—to community organizations with collections—to their library school—and to policymakers who act on libraries. They wrote memos proposing real solutions to current problems as they defined them. New conditions demand new library directions. When the U.S. locked down for Covid-19, most libraries did not. They set aside the old normal and invented new services for their communities in crisis. In other words, libraries made a creative leap. These memos extend that.
Issue Date:2021-11-18
Publisher:University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign School of Information Sciences.
Citation Info:Williams, Kate (2021). Let’s do this! 33 policy memos for updating today’s libraries. University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign School of Information Sciences.
Genre:Proposal
Technical Report
Working / Discussion Paper
Bibliography
Type:Text
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/112775
Rights Information:Creative Commons 4.0 With Attribution International
Date Available in IDEALS:2021-11-18


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