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Thursday, June 15
 

10:30am EDT

Trends in Theological Education and Implications for Theological Librarians
This session will explore some of the emerging trends in graduate theological education as observed by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada, with specific attention to ATS data resources and recent patterns in accrediting actions as well as the speaker’s own experience working with member schools. The session will also describe the ATS Educational Models and Practices study and will share some of the initial discoveries from this major research initiative. Participants will be invited to reflect on these trends in light of their own institutional contexts, with particular emphasis on the ways in which these affect the current and future work of theological libraries and librarians. The session will also include time for discussion of the current adequacy and possible future directions for the ATS Commission on Accrediting’s Standards of Accreditation and well as its data collection services, and will also explore how these same issues might relate to other accrediting and institutional contexts.

Speakers
avatar for Debbie Creamer

Debbie Creamer

Senior Director of Accreditation, Association of Theological Schools


Thursday June 15, 2017 10:30am - 11:20am EDT
Maplewood
 
Saturday, June 17
 

8:00am EDT

Using the Anti-racism Digital Library and Thesaurus to Understand Information Access, Authority, Value, and Privilege
The open access Anti-racism Digital Library and International Anti-racism Thesaurus (ADL/T) is a clearinghouse of anti-racism resources (http://endracism.info). By developing and using the language of anti-racism, it mitigates the unintended structural racism of library information infrastructures, such as the LCSH. I will highlight recent ADL/T developments, specifically, in the areas of communications, media, and digital justice. I will show how the ADL/T can be used in theological libraries for informational professional growth and development, research, and the promotion of critical thinking and learning about information access, authority, value, and privilege.

Speakers
avatar for Anita Coleman

Anita Coleman

Professor, San Jose State University
ATLA - I am new to ATLA and excited to discover this group. Tell me more, please! The Anti-racism Digital Library, my current research and development initiative. Path of Grace, my children's book, a read-aloud WNDB (We Need Diversity Book) where the story line travels from Suomenlinna... Read More →


Saturday June 17, 2017 8:00am - 8:50am EDT
Oakwood A
 


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