LGBTQ History in Your Curriculum
by Celita Ávila at San Antonio College Interested in incorporating LGBTQ history into your curriculum? Need new ideas for conducting research to support your class assignments and projects? Let us help! In this workshop, we will research LGBTQ history and apply it to a current course.
Banned & Challenged Books Week 2016 Commemoration
by Pauline Manaka at University of California Irvine The week from Sunday September 25th to Saturday October 1st 2016 is Banned and Challenged Books week, an annual opportunity for everyone to reflect and celebrate their freedom to read. Created on behalf of the Library Diversity Team in partnership with E
by Jennifer Chapman at Concordia International School Shanghai Use the genre color labels on the mF and YA books to find more books to love. The list of genres includes: Adventure,Classics, Dystopian, Fantasy, Historical Fiction, Humorous, Mystery, Realistic, Science Fiction, and Sports Fiction.
by Jeannie Blakely at Georgia Highlands College
by Iris Carroll at Modesto Junior College Library Use this guide to begin exploring varied issues relating to LGBT history and life
by Adam Beauchamp at Tulane University Resources for the honors colloquium, The Quest for Answers: Intro to Research