Racing to the Crossroads of Scholarly Communication and Democracy: But Who Are We Leaving Behind? | April Hathcock | In the Library with the Lead Pipe

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"In Brief: Scholarly communication has tremendous potential to help build and sustain a democratic society. Nevertheless, in our race to the crossroads of scholarly communication and democracy, it is important to examine this work through the critical lens of broader librarian professional values—with particular attention to democracy itself, access, and diversity—to ensure that we are building systems that lead to true democracy for all. Using the feminist theory of intersectionality as inspiration, this paper builds on the talk I delivered as the Vision keynote speaker for the 2017 NASIG Conference and examines the crossroads of scholarly communication and democracy through the critical lens of librarian professional values, taking a close look at the ways in which these values intersect and interact to help ensure the race to the crossroads leaves no one behind...."


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Tags: oa.scholcomm oa.principles oa.ethics oa.lis oa.social_justice oa.presentations oa.librarians oa.nasig oa.access oa.usa

Date tagged:

08/23/2018, 12:32

Date published:

08/23/2018, 08:34