Interested in fostering an understanding of library and information issues from the perspectives of Latino and Native Americans and/or advocating for culturally sensitive library and information services to these communities?
Check out the Knowledge River Program with the University of Arizona School of Information Resources and Library Science!
Knowledge River is funded largely by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). Since its inception, Knowledge River has become the foremost graduate program for training librarians and information specialists with a focus on Latino and Native American cultural issues. To date, over 130 scholars have graduated from this program, which has served as a catalyst for increasing awareness of diversity in the school and field.
http://sirls.arizona.edu/kr

Interested in fostering an understanding of library and information issues from the perspectives of Latino and Native Americans and/or advocating for culturally sensitive library and information services to these communities?

Check out the Knowledge River Program with the University of Arizona School of Information Resources and Library Science!

Knowledge River is funded largely by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). Since its inception, Knowledge River has become the foremost graduate program for training librarians and information specialists with a focus on Latino and Native American cultural issues. To date, over 130 scholars have graduated from this program, which has served as a catalyst for increasing awareness of diversity in the school and field.

http://sirls.arizona.edu/kr

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