Diversity in Libraries
A blog for exploring and discussing the topics of diversity and multiculturalism in libraries.

Posts Tagged ‘community

“Digital Natives” Diversifying Library Services

November 18, 2009

By: Jessica Morales Digital Native? Idaho has created or rather brought attention to the term “digital native”. As defined by the Idaho Commissions for Libraries (ICFL) a digital native is: “The generation growing up with computers and the internet since infancy.” The ICFL contracted a research group to determine the views that digital natives have […]

October 11, 2009

This blog is for EVERYONE; the “Average” person encompassing all our experiences. HATE HATE! Celebrate the hate. Diversity, who needs it? When was the last time you heard someone say this in a serious tone? No one screams this out loud in the streets, in the classroom, in a library. And I’m not talking about […]