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The Ohio State University Libraries, the Association of Research Libraries, and the Association of College and Research Libraries welcome you to:

IDEAL ’19: Advancing Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility in Libraries & ArchivesAugust 6 -7, 2019
Tuesday, August 6 • 10:15am - 11:15am
Individual Presentations: A. Investigating Identities in Librarianship, B. Uncontrolled Feminism: Using Social Tagging in a Citation Manager to Create an Equitable Folksonomy C. Do More of What You Want to Do

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Individual presentations are approximately 15 minutes each. There will be time at the end for Q&A.

Individual Presentation A: Queering identity: critique, self-exploration and social justice. (Sara Howard & Shawn(ta) Smith-Cruz)
This dual talk will be a critical investigation into gender & sexuality identity within librarianship using a social justice framework. The two LGBT subject specialists seek to problematize the profession by challenging the librarian to focus inwardly to a space concentrated with identity and self-exploration and examine the how gender and sexuality influences the ways we provide library services, calling attention to our roles as librarians in responding to social justice.

Individual Presentation B: Uncontrolled Feminism: Using Social Tagging in a Citation Manager to Create an Equitable Folksonomy (Amber Wilson and Dr. Taine Duncan)
Libraries must acknowledge that the patriarchal structure inherent to controlled vocabularies suppresses students' access to and engagement with information. How can we demonstrate the value of critical research while also encouraging a collaborative, equitable research vocabulary? Bring your laptops and join us as we explore Zotero tagging function to synthesize a vocabulary rooted in feminist philosophy.

Individual Presentation C: Do More of What You Want to Do (Ciara Healy)
Drawing explicitly on Sara Ahmed's work on diversity initiatives in universities, this individual presentation will unpack the affordances of library instruction, course/discipline specific or basic bibliographic/information literacy instruction, as a rich site of resistance within in a traditional university classroom. Specifically, what is at stake when equity and inclusion is included or even foregrounded in library instruction?

Speakers
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Ciara Healy

Librarian, Duke University
neuroscience, math, physics, data, diversity, equity and inclusion.
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Sara Howard

Librarian for Gender & Sexuality Studies and Student Engagement, Princeton University
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Shawn(ta) Smith-Cruz

Assistant Professor and Head of Reference at the Graduate Center Library, City University of New York
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Amber Wilson

Head of Education and Outreach, University of Central Arkansas



Tuesday August 6, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am
Ohio Union - Cartoon Room 1 - 3rd flr