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The 21st-century black librarian in America : issues and challenges

Autore: Andrew P Jackson; Julius Jefferson, Jr.; Akilah Nosakhere
Editore: Lanham, Maryland : The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2012.
Edizione/Formato:   Libro : Biography : EnglishVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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Tipo materiale: Biography
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Andrew P Jackson; Julius Jefferson, Jr.; Akilah Nosakhere
ISBN: 9780810882454 0810882450
Numero OCLC: 759175629
Riconoscimenti: Winner of BCALA Literary Award: Outstanding Contribution to Publishing 2013.
Descrizione: xxii, 277 pages ; 24 cm
Contenuti: Information literacy instruction in K-12 education: what does the research say about success in the 21st century? / Silvia Lloyd --
Inequality of resources in school libraries in the 21st century / Joyce F. Ndiaye --
Challenges as a Black school librarian in the 21st century: why I choose to stay / Angela Washington-Blair --
The "qualified" Black librarian / Barbara Montgomery --
The charge and challenge of the Black school library media specialist / Ayodele Ojumu --
Swimming against the tide: library media specialists in urban schools / Karen Lemmons and Andre Taylor --
Winning the future with 21st century school libraries / Gloria J. Reaves --
Meeting the needs of the African American students in the school media program / Pauletta Brown Bracy --
What does Black public librarianship look like in the proverbial information age? / Linda Bannerman-Martin and Sandra Michele Echols --
Servant librarianship and the importance of African Americans mentors / Rhea Brown-Lawson --
Becoming a leader within the library profession / Rose Dawson Timmons --
Making the grade: an African American library director in a majority community / Jos N. Holman --
Designing and promoting public library services for teens of color without losing one's sanity / Syntychia Kendrick-Samuel --
Adultism: discrimination by another name / Tamara Stewart --
Public libraries in the 21st century / Lucille Cole Thomas --
National and international challenges of Black librarianship / Ruth M. Jackson --
Academic art librarianship and the Black librarian / Deirdre D. Spencer --
Managing historically Black colleges and unversities libraries during economic recession: challenges and expectations for Black library deans and directors / Felix Eme Unaeze --
Managing the academic library: the role of the Black librarian leader in three different institutional environments / Theresa S. Byrd --
Not just a drop in the bucket: Black instructional librarians teaching for academic success / Lisa A. Ellis --
Medical libraries, information technology and the African American librarian / Ellie Bushhousen --
Achievements of selected 21st century African American health sciences librarians / LaVentra E. Danquah --
Why did I become a special librarian? / Phyllis Hodges --
The Southern California Library: opening the doors to the next L.A. / Michele Welsing --
The dark but good side of diversity in corporate libraries / Brendan Thompson --
We need some color up in here: educating and recruiting minority librarians in Indiana / Deloice Holliday and Michele Fenton --
A charge to keep I have / Steven Booth --
Massachusetts Black Librarians Network, Inc.: commitments and challenges to our 21st century presence / Em Claire Knowles --
Going the distance: supporting African America library and information science students / Angel K. Washington Durr --
African American faculty in library and information science: unresolved issues in a new era / Maurice B. Wheeler --
Technology skills for the 21st century / Fantasia Thorne --
Advancing digital resources from the Black musical experience: an archival and digital challenge at Hampton University / Gladys Smiley-Bell and Harvey J. Stokes --
Web 2.0 in libraries / Jennifer W. Baxmeyer --
From MARC to MARS: the impact of technology on librarianship / Allene Farmer Hayes --
HBCU library alliance: preserving our culture / Ira Revels --
The Black body at the reference desk: critical race theory and Black librarianship / Tracie D. Hall --
Diversity in librarianship: is there a color line? / Cheryl L. Branche --
Beyond the spectrum: examining library recruitment of Blacks in the new millennium / RaShauna Brannon and Jahala Simuel --
Exploring the generational transfer of tacit and explicit librarianship knowledge / Johnnie O. Dent and Valeda Dent Goodman --
Your world outside the library / Carol Nurse --
The 21st century Black librarian: renewing our commitment to liberation and cultural activism / Taneya D. Gethers --
Dismiss the stereotypes!: combating racism and continuing our progress / Margaret J. Gibson --
Walking in the footsteps of giants: my journey in public libraries / Emily Guss --
In retrospect and forward: issues facing Black librarians / Binnie Tate Wilkin --
E.J. Josey: the internationalist / Mary and Herb Biblo --
A soldier in E.J. Josey's army / Linda Saylor-Marchant --
Pay it forward for Effie Lee Morris: a tribute / Satia Orange.
Altri titoli: Twenty-first century black librarian in America
Responsabilità: edited by Andrew P. Jackson (Sekou Molefi Baako), Julius Jefferson Jr., Akilah Nosakhere.

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