Research on Diversity in Youth Literature (RDYL) Vol. 1, Issue 2 Now Available
Research on Diversity in Youth Literature is a peer reviewed, online, open access journal hosted by St. Catherine University – MLIS Program and St. Kate’s Library, and is co-edited by Sarah Park Dahlen (St. Catherine University) and Gabrielle Atwood Halko (West Chester University). The Editorial and Advisory Board members represent the fields of Library and Information Science, Education, English Studies, the publishing industry, and beyond. Research on Diversity in Youth Literature’s mission is to publish scholarship attending to issues of diversity, equity, social justice, inclusion, and intersectionality in youth literature, culture, and media.
International Librarianship Summer 2019, Deadline to Enroll Feb. 15
Hurry! The final deadline to enroll in LIS 7600 International Librarianship, scheduled for Summer 2019, is February 15. The course includes a trip to Athens, Greece for the annual IFLA conference. Enrollment is through Global Studies. For more information: Contact the instructors ASAP: David Lesniaski, firstname.lastname@example.org and Mary Wagner, email@example.com. FYI: The instructors now have the costs for the course that were determined by Global Studies.
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