Join librarian Kelsey Bogan as she demonstrates the various ways she’s worked to improve the inclusion and accessibility of her library’s physical organization. In this third session of a three-part series on (re)developing inclusive and diverse library collections, we’ll talk about:
- How “Ditching Dewey” can facilitate a less biased and more inclusive school and public library experience
- How genrefication works to empower students and public library patrons and improves accessibility
- How to leverage clear and inclusive signage
- And more!
Can’t attend? Register now, and you’ll be emailed a recording of the webinar, after the live session ends, to view at your convenience!
About Kelsey Bogan:
Modestly boasting a whopping 40,000 TikTok followers, Kelsey is a librarian in Malvern, PA, who loves reading, hates “shushing,” and believes that, yes, audiobooks count as “real reading.” She’s passionate about teaching media literacy and using social media for advocacy and community building. She’s also a professional speaker who presents nationally on topics such as TikTok for librarians, diversity audits, developing diverse collections, and media literacy. Connect with Kelsey on Twitter @kelseybogan, Instagram, and Tiktok @gvhslibrary, or on her popular blog www.dontyoushushme.com!
- title: Re-Organizing the Library for Inclusion & Accessibility: Ditching Dewey, Genrefication, and More!
- date: April 11 @ 4:00 pm - April 11 @ 5:00 pm