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Humble Leadership as a Humble Practice
Tuesday, November 9 at 10 AM PDT
Presenter: Xan Goodman, Health Sciences Librarian, Associate Professor, University Libraries, University of Nevada Las Vegas
This 60-minute webinar will introduce the concept of humble leadership. Humble leadership is a leadership style developed by Dr. Edgar Schien, MIT Emeritus Professor of organizational psychology. This webinar will introduce the idea of humble leadership as a pathway to engage in leadership as a librarian. I will share my thoughts about humble leadership using a framework of cultural humility to situate humble leadership as a humble practice within a developing framework of cultural humility for librarianship.
Bio: Xan Goodman is Health Sciences Librarian at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where she supports three schools in the Division of Health Sciences, the School of Integrated Health Sciences, School of Public Health, and School of Nursing. Xan is a co-editor of two ACRL publications, Disciplinary Faculty-Librarian Collaborations: Integrating the Information Literacy Framework into Disciplinary Courses (2021) and Applications of Information Literacy Threshold Concepts (2017). She is also an American Library Association Spectrum Scholar and a trained Racial Healing Circle Facilitator.
Engaging Our Communities Through EDI Work: Our Perspectives
Wednesday, November 17 at 9 AM PDT
Zoom Link: https://sjsu.zoom.us/j/82868881853
Presenters: Ray Pun & Patrice Green
This session will share how two librarians engage their communities through the values of equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI). As the field of librarianship continues to evolve, library workers have become more cognizant of what it means to share authority and knowledge inside and outside of their silos while working toward a more inclusive set of values. Recognizing librarianship as more than internal, transactional exchanges with limited audiences is essential to engaging in more reparative and meaningful work with community partners. From special collections to programming, both speakers will address the opportunities and challenges in integrating EDI into their respective activities.
Bio: Ray Pun is the Education/Outreach Manager at the Hoover Institution Library & Archives, Stanford University. He holds a Doctorate in Education, a Master of Library Science, and a Master of Arts in East Asian Studies. His research interests focus on the impact of digital exclusion and library advocacy work on communities of color. Ray serves as a CIRI International Advisory Board Member for SJSU School of Information. Most recently, he was a merit reviewer for the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)'s broadband connectivity programs to award over $1.5 billion dollars to enhance national broadband goals and efforts.
Bio: Patrice R. Green is the inaugural Curator for African American Collections at Penn State University. She holds master's degrees in Public History and Library and Information Science from the University of South Carolina, where she focused her studies in museums and material culture, archives and preservation management, historic preservation, and 20th century US history. Her current research interests include information literacy, information privilege, and Black feminist theory. Green has served as an Emerging Leader with the American Library Association and currently co-chairs the National Council on Public History's Professional Development Committee.
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