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There are some training opportunities.
Title IX training
Training is provided through the university’s HR division and also the Office of Institutional Equity.
Training provided by the Performance Development group and through Employee Resource Groups
Unconscious bias training, the business case for diversity, bias reduction for search committees
University HR provides training for the library through its Talent Development workshops, such as
“Diversity in the Workplace,” and the Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Affirmative Action program
also offers workshops on topics such as sexual harassment prevention.
University HR staff, Office of Student Engagement, Law School Diversity Office, and Women’s Center
Various program offered by university HR and Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs
Various trainings offered by the Office of Diversity.
We have LGBTQ ally training open to all on campus.
Workshops through HR; Inclusive Campus workshops and initiatives
Training provided by local community groups N=10
American Family Dream Bank
Charlottesville Human Library
Diversity Consortium Trainings
Greater Pittsburgh Higher Education Diversity Council: topical presentations at meetings
Metropolitan Community College Allies in Action conference; KS State Transgender Education
Program (KSTEP); Showing Up for Radical Justice (SURJ) Kansas City training opportunity
Ally Training
Programs hosted by Ames Public Library
Race Dialogues
Resilient, Relaxed Conversation workshop
SLA-Philadelphia Chapter
The Dialogue on Race Group of Montgomery County, a local nonprofit, has worked with the University
Libraries to conduct dialogues on campus.
Training provided by professional associations N=25
2016 ARL Fall Forum on libraries and archives as agents of social justice, and other webinars
All that ALA, ACRL, FLA, NEFLIN, and ASERL provide.
American Library Association; Association of Research Libraries and Music Library Association
Diversity & Inclusion Initiative (host institution); Maryland Library Association
ARL Diversity Conference (UCLA 2016)
ARL Fall Forum last year and ALA (SIG)
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