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Wednesday, January 28 • 8:30am - 10:00am
Session 1.5 SIG Program - Youth Services: Transforming Youth Services in Library and Information Science: A Participatory Panel of Best Practices for Social Justice Action and Praxis

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This panel will highlight six short papers that offer examples for the transformation of youth services in library and information science through social justice in the LIS classroom and beyond.

Moderators
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Denice Adkins

Associate Professor, SISLT, University of Missouri
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Dr. Robin F. Kurz

Assistant Professor, The School of Library and Information Management, Emporia State University
I am a junior faculty member in the School of Library and Information Management at Emporia State University. You can find me on Twitter @robinkurz and at | www.transformingamericanlibraries.com (Any posts, comments, likes, shares, etc. do not represent the views of SLIM, ESU, or the State of Kansas.)

Speakers
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Sarah Park Dahlen

St. Catherine University
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Danielle Forest

The University of Southern Mississippi
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Sandra Hughes-Hassell

Professor, UNC-CH
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Sue Kimmel

Associate Professor, Old Dominion University
Ask me about earning a PhD in curriculum and instruction.
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Kafi D. Kumasi

Wayne State University
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Judi Moreillon

Assistant Professor, Texas Woman’s University
For ALISE 2015, I am most interested in discussing why the term "social justice" seems to be more allusive in our literature than in the librarianship literature of other countries, such as the United Kingdom. I believe this term should be more widely applied to library services and programming. My particularly area of interest is children's and youth services.
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Rebecca Morris

UNC-Greensboro
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Katy Jean Vance

Librarian, Yokohama International School
Libraries. Research. Invigorating Communities.


Wednesday January 28, 2015 8:30am - 10:00am
Holabird, Floor 8

Attendees (23)