The streaming video replay for the College of DuPage program "Diversity Beyond the Obvious" which first aired on April 3 is now available here.
Karen E. Downing, Foundation & Grants Librarian & Doctorial Candidate at the Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education at the University of Michigan and other experts will discuss how diversity in all its manifestations can make the library profession stronger and more vital. Our panel will investigate and discuss the following questions: How can we create inclusive library environments in which all types of learners and types of people feel a part? How do we foster an environment within our profession to include representatives of all of our constituencies? The program is 90 minutes long.
The next College of DuPage program is "Ounce of Prevention: Health Reference Basics" which will air on Thursday, April 16. See our blog post here and register to receive access information.
See links to many other available College of DuPage program replays here.
And don't forget that NEFLIN also has many of these programs on DVD and VHS for our members to borrow through the Multimedia Lending Library. Search by Vendor using "DuPage" as the Search Term for a list of the titles.