Curriculum and Instruction | Library and Information Science
We can engage tribal nations and LGBTQ+ peoples while acknowledging that we cannot speak to their experience. We’ll discuss teaching the knowledge of diverse peoples and providing resources without appropriating their cultures, along with the boundaries between respecting unique perspectives and heritage versus appropriation.
We will engage the question of how identity and positionality influence the ways we design asynchronous instructional materials. We’ll discuss the characteristics of positive design principles regarding diverse groups.
Ranger, Kim L., "Engaging identity and positionality in designing library subject guides: The landscape of Sovereign Tribal Nations and LGBTQ+ peoples" (2022). Presentations. 105.