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Pre-vote discussion: 7/25/19–7/31/19 Protocols for Native American Materials

  • 1.  Pre-vote discussion: 7/25/19–7/31/19 Protocols for Native American Materials

    Posted Jul 25, 2019 09:50 AM
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    The Board is invited to review a request for ACRL to endorse the Protocols for Native American Materials and have discussion during the period of 7/25/19–7/31/19.

    Please post comments on the Protocols for Native American Materials using threaded discussion to provide feedback regarding this request for endorsement.

    Following the discussion period, the Board will vote on the Protocols for Native American Materials proceedings via virtual vote during 8/1/19–8/7/19 and confirm its vote at the 2020 ALA Midwinter Meeting.



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    Allison Payne
    Program Manager for Strategic Initiatives
    American Library Association/Association of College and Research Libraries
    she/her/hers
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  • 2.  RE: Pre-vote discussion: 7/25/19–7/31/19 Protocols for Native American Materials

    Posted Jul 26, 2019 01:19 PM
    I respect the work that has gone into this effort.  These protocols are long overdue.  Our university press has negotiated several instances related to working with tribes to publish ethnobotany titles, histories, etc.  Reading these made me wish that the publishing community would get its act together to develop some best practices!  I support ACRL's endorsement of these recommendations and believe once they are endorsed we should be sure to link to these off any EDI libguides.  I can certainly pass this suggestion along to the Diversity Cmte.

    Faye

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    Faye Chadwell
    Donald & Delpha Campbell University Librarian
    Oregon State University
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  • 3.  RE: Pre-vote discussion: 7/25/19–7/31/19 Protocols for Native American Materials

    Posted Jul 29, 2019 05:19 PM
    I also agree and support ACRL's endorsement. Thank you,

    Cinthya

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    Cinthya Ippoliti
    University of Colorado, Denver
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  • 4.  RE: Pre-vote discussion: 7/25/19–7/31/19 Protocols for Native American Materials

    Posted Jul 30, 2019 06:09 PM
    Absolutely have my full endorsement on this. This document is well written and on it's own is a valuable resource.

    And I agree with Fay that these should be linked and widely disseminated.


    Caroline

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    Caroline Fuchs
    Associate Dean | Learning Design Librarian
    St. John's University Libraries
    fuchsc@stjohns.edu
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  • 5.  RE: Pre-vote discussion: 7/25/19–7/31/19 Protocols for Native American Materials

    Posted Jul 30, 2019 03:12 PM
    Edited by Jacquelyn Bryant Jul 30, 2019 03:18 PM
    Greetings All. I am in favor of endorsement of the Protocols for Native American Archives. I appreciate the work that went into the creation of the document as well as the educational information it provides.

    Jackie Bryant

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    Jacquelyn Bryant
    Assistant Professor, Library
    Community College of Philadelphia
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