Table of contents for Achieving diversity : a how-to-do-it manual for librarians / edited by Barbara I. Dewey, Loretta Parham.

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Foreword
Preface
PART I: HOW TO CREATE A SUCCESSFUL DIVERSITY PLAN 
1. Assessing Your Library's Diversity and Organizational Climate
 by Jane Williams
2. Make Diversity a Goal through Strategic Planning 
 by Rhea Ballard-Thrower and Grace M. Mills
3. Best Practices for Placing Diversity at the Center of Your Library
by Tracie D. Hall
4. Practical Strategies for Building a Library Diversity Program
by Molly Royse
5. Diversity in Libraries - A Canadian Perspective
by Ganga B. Dakshinamurti
PART II: HOW TO RECRUIT AND RETAIN
A DIVERSE WORKFORCE
6. Creating a Diverse Library Staff
 by Hannelore B. Rader
7. Fostering Diversity in Recruitment, Staffing, and Retention
 by Emma Bradford Perry
8. Diversity and Recruiting Practices: How LIS Schools and Practitioners 
Work Together
by W. Michael Havener and Jametoria Burton
9. Diversity and Research Libraries: The CIRLA Fellows Program 
by Irene M. Hoffman
10. Reaching High School Students: Sowing the Seeds of Librarianship
 by Jessica Kayongo, LeRoy LaFleur, and Ira Revels
PART III: HOW TO IMPROVE DIVERSITY THROUGH 
SERVICES, COLLECTIONS, AND COLLABORATIONS
11. Diversity and the Digital Divide at an HBCU: The University of 
Maryland Eastern Shore 
by Sharon D. Brooks, Marvella Rounds, Theodosia Shields, and Teri B. Weil
12. Developing Approaches for Working with Diverse User Populations
 by Deloice Holliday
13. Tips and Practices for Quality Library User Services in a
 Diverse Environment
 by Justina Osa
14. Making Peer Research Advisors a Reality at NCSU Libraries 
by Laura Blessing, Karen LeTarte, and Amy VanScoy
15. Special Collections as an Integral Part of a Library's Diversity 
Initiative 
by Tomaro I Taylor and Lorel Reinstrom 
16. The Past is Never Dead. It's Not Even Past: The Role of the 
Department of Archives and Special Collections during the "Open Doors" 
Commemoration of the Fortieth Anniversary of Integration at the 
University of Mississippi
 by Jennifer Ford and Jennifer Aronson
17. The HBCU Library Alliance and SOLINET: Partners in Inclusion
 by Loretta Parham, Janice Franklin, and Kate Nevins
18. The Diversity Librarians' Network
 by Kawanna Bright, Jayati Chaudhuri, and Maud Mundava
19. Final Thoughts on Diversity in Libraries
 by Loretta Parham
 20. Celebrating Diversity in Libraries: A Selected Bibliography
 by Molly Royse
Part IV: Samples of Successful Diversity Documents
A. American Library Association Diversity Action and Inclusion Plan
B. Indiana University Libraries Diversity Plan
C. University of Louisville Libraries Diversity Plan
D. University of Tennessee Diversity Committee Website
E. University of Tennessee Libraries Diversity Definition Poster
F. University of Tennessee Libraries Diversity Committee Mission 
Statement
G. University of Tennessee Libraries Climate Assessment Survey
H. University of Louisville Libraries Intern Job Description
I. University of Tennessee Minority Librarian Residency Program
Index
About the Editors
About the Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Libraries and minorities.
Minority librarians -- Recruiting.
Libraries -- Special collections -- Minorities.
Academic libraries -- Services to minorities.
Multiculturalism.
Diversity in the workplace.
Libraries and minorities -- United States -- Case studies.