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Further Reading

Kim, E., & Aquino, K. (2017). Disability as diversity in higher education. Routledge.


Kung, J., Fraser, K., & Winn, D. (2020). Diversity initiatives to recruit and retain academic librarians: A systematic review. College and Research Libraries, 81(1).


McGinniss, J. (2014). Working at learning: Developing an integrated approach to student staff development. In the Library with the Lead Pipe.


Reed, M., & Turner, C. (2018). Experiential learning and open education: Partnering with students to evaluate OER accessibility. OER: A field guide for academic librarians. Pacific University Press. Retrieved from https://rc.library.uta.edu/uta-ir/handle/10106/27656


Thielen, J., & Neeser, A. (2019). How you can write more inclusive data practitioner job postings. Journal of eScience Librarianship, 8(2).


Thielen, J., & Neeser, A. (2020). Making job postings more equitable: Evidence based recommendations from an analysis of data professionals job postings between 2013-2018. Evidence Based Library & Information Science, 15(3).


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