Index – Diversity Programming and Outreach for Academic Libraries

Index

A

academic libraries See also international academic libraries
diversity programming, 1–15
Adaptive Educational Services (AES), 61
American Association of University Professors (AAUP), 20
American Library Association (ALA), 12, 64, 84
Bill of Rights, 13
software packages, 119–20
Appendix
International Reading Room and International News Sources, 163–5
September 3 2009, 167–9
IUPUI Neighborhood Project, 149–53
IUPUI University Library Diversity Council Charter, 129–34
IUPUI University Library Diversity Scholar Info Sheet, 141–3
IUPUI University Library Diversity Scholars Orientation Schedule, 137–9
IUPUI University Library Strategic Plan for Diversity 2007–2009, 121–7
Pre-proposal for the IUPUI University Library International Newsroom, 155–62
University Library Undergraduate Diversity Scholar Program September 15 1009, 145–8
University Library Undergraduate Diversity Scholar Supervisor Position Description, 135–6
Archive of Muslim American History and Life, 89
Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA), 13

B

Beyond Stereotypes, 41, 50–1, 110
Biegel, A., 91
Black Student Union, 17–18, 28
Bulletin of the Santayana Society, 89

C

Campus Outreach Group (COG), 25, 84, 85
Canadian Library Association (CLA), 13–14
Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities and Conduct, 5
communication tools, 116–18
Crispus Attucks Museum, 88

D

digitised yearbooks, 88
Dish Network, 76
diversity, 1–2
Diversity Council, 17–23, 27–8, 31, 37, 41–2, 43, 84, 107
development, 17–19
diversity as priority at IUPUI, 17–19
IUPUI University Library Diversity Council development, 19–23
diversity initiatives
2010–201 Victoria Son’s READ poster, 87
administrative support, 112–13
bureaucratic red tape, 114
challenges and opportunities, 109–20
communication tools, 116–18
developing activities and events, 119–20
digital collections, 87–90
engaging students and staff, 118–19
increasing involvement throughout the library, 83–6
lack of campus co-ordination, 115–16
opportunities, 109–12
other library departments, 83–93
planning, 92–3
Robin Crumrin’s READ poster, 86
special collections and archives, 90–2
speed and agility, 114–15
diversity programming
academic libraries, 1–15
academy, 11–12
definitions, 1–2
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, 3–10
IUPUI University Library, 10–11
libraries, 12–15
outreach and programming in international academic libraries, 15
Diversity Research Scholars, 62
Diversity Scholars
developing diversity programs and outreach, 45–70
additional project ideas, 58–9
additional suggestions, 59
campus and community outreach, 45–8
exhibits and digital collections, 63–5
library displays and exhibits, 48–9
national outreach, 53–5
online outreach, 49–50
outreach, 60–3
special collaborations, 69–70
events, 65–9
book fairs, 65–6
develop targeted orientation for international students, 66
flash mob, 68
hip-hop night at the library, 67
mid-term exams and final exams week game nights, 68
‘old’ meets ‘new, ’ 68–9
poetry slam, 67
promote multiculturalism and tolerance through the library’s juvenile collection, 66–7
support different ethnic celebration months with speakers or panels, 67
video flash mob, 68
international outreach, 55–8
boys reading in new library, 56
special programs, 50–2
poster and T-shirt design to advertise ‘Beyond Stereotypes’ event, 51
Diversity Undergraduate Fellowship See Undergraduate Diversity Scholar Program

E

Ethnic NewsWatch, 63

F

film series, 120
Flanner House Records (1936–1992), 89

G

Gateway, 116
Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender (GLBT) Faculty Staff Council, 47
gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender (GL BT) guide, 117
GenderWatch, 63
Georgia State University, 21
Guide to Reference, 97

I

Indiana Transgender Rights Advocacy Alliance (INTRAA), 47
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), 2, 3–10, 58–9
Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities and Conduct, 5
diversity council creation, 17–23
diversity as priority at IUPUI, 17–19
University Library Diversity Council development, 19–23
faculty and staff headcount (Indianapolis only), 6
Principles of Undergraduate Learning, 4–5
student enrolment trends (Indianapolis only), 6
university breakdown - entry wave 2009, 8
University Library, 10–11
Indianapolis Foundation’s Library Fund, 88
Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center project, 91–2
Institute for Museum and Library Services grant, 29
international academic libraries, 15
International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA), 15
and Institution Multicultural Library Manifesto, 14
International Newsroom, 112
assessment, 97–100
changes, 80–1
original program channels and updated English language channels, 81
class visit, 99
construction and furnishing, 76–9
current configuration, 79
faculty feedback, 102–6
future, 82
future plans of usage assessment, 105–6
microform area designated for conversion, 77
planning and development at IUPAI University Library, 71–82
call for diversity initiatives, 71–2
proposal, 72–4
second chance at the project, 75–6
in process, 78, 79
student survey, 100
survey results, 100–2
international outreach, 55–8
‘Irish Freedom - Saoirse, ’ 90
IUPUI University Library Diversity Council Charter, 21, 129–34
IUPUI University Library Strategic Plan for Diversity 2007–2009, 21, 121–7

J

JagNews, 116

L

Latino Student Association, 28
Lewis, D., 77
Librarians Leading in Diversity (LLID) program, 30
Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA), 75

M

Mary Cable Social Justice Center, 62
McNair Scholars, 62

N

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), 64
news programming, 101

O

O Team, 117
Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (ODEI), 18, 115, 116
Opposing Viewpoints in Context, 63
oral history, 90–2, 120
outreach, 2
assessment, 95–108
developed by Diversity Scholars, 45–70
international academic libraries, 15

P

PAIS International, 63
‘pass-through grant, ’ 75
popular programming, 101
Principles of Undergraduate Learning (PUL), 4–5
program see also specific program
developed by Diversity Scholars, 45–70
programming, 2 see also specific programming assessment
developed by Diversity Scholars, 95–108
international academic libraries, 15

Q

qualitative assessment, 106–8

R

radio programming, 103
RansomPlace, 89–90
READ posters, 84, 86
RISE Initiative, 53–4

S

Saoirse – Irish Freedom, 90
School of Library and Information Science (SLIS), 28
SCOLA, 73–4, 76
Southern University of New Orleans, 53
Sovereign Nation, 90
Stanley, M. J., 28–9
student advisory groups, 25–6
challenges in forming the group, 26–7
Student Pulse Survey (2009), 109

T

‘Through Our Eyes: The State of the Black Student at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, ’ 17–18
‘To Mexico With Love, ’ 55, 114

U

Ulrich’s International Periodical Directory, 73
Undergraduate Diversity Scholar Program, 23, 25–44, 113
advertising handout, 36
advertising the program, 35–6
applicant evaluation sheet, 37
application and recommendation forms, 32–4
applications evaluation, 36–8
developing the program, 30–5
feedback from scholars, 39–41
hiring and training the scholars, 38–9
postponed scholar outreach project to high school students, 41–3
rationale behind the program, 27–30
unexpected scholar issues, 43–4
University Library, 89
assessing programming and outreach, 95–108
class visit to International Newsroom, 99
diversity of library collection, 96–7
faculty feedback about International Newsroom, 102–6
importance, 95–6
International Newsroom, 97–100
International Newsroom survey results, 100–2
qualitative assessment, 106–8
student survey example, 100
challenges to forming student advisory group, 26–7
Diversity Council development, 19–23
diversity council development, 22
student advisory groups, 25–6
Undergraduate Diversity Scholar Program, 23, 25–44, 113
University Library Faculty Organization (ULFO), 20
University Library Specialist Group (ULSG), 20
University Library’s Campus Outreach Group, 61
University Library’s Digital Libraries, 87

Y

Yale University Library Strategic Plan for Diversity 2006–2008, 21