Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Literary Studies and Collections

Presented by: ProQuest & Library Journal
Event Date: Tuesday, June 2, 2020

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Literature resources that are as diverse as the student population itself can have a profound effect on student engagement and success. However, ensuring that literary studies are truly diverse and accessible is not a simple task.

In this session, you will hear from an academic panel on how they are addressing the importance of diversity in literary studies in the library and course instruction. Attendees will also learn how to enrich and better support online research, teaching and learning with a diverse and comprehensive literature collection.

ProQuest is standing by to help with any issues you’re experiencing as demands for remote access and distance learning increase. Visit support.proquest.com or contact your support team for assistance.



Jane Faulkner, Research & Engagement Librarian, University of California, Santa Barbara

Howard Rambsy II, Professor, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Miguel Juárez, University of Texas at El Paso/ El Paso Community College, Adjunct Faculty

Jodi Johnson, Customer Engagement and Outreach Representative, ProQuest


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