ALISE STATEMENT ON GEORGE FLOYD

Association for Library and Information Science Education

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Welcome to ALISE!

The Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) is the global voice of library and information science education. ALISE leads innovative and high-quality research, teaching, and service for educators and scholars in library and information science and cognate disciplines internationally through engagement, advocacy, and knowledge creation and dissemination.


https://www.alise.org/

La EGCTI-UPR y ALISE

Como integrante de ALISE, la Escuela Gradada de Ciencias y Tecnologías de la Información (EGCTI) se une y apoya las expresiones de la organización. Respalda todos los esfuerzos orientados a apoyar las polítias de diversidad y ética y los ideales que conlleven a lograr esos esfuerzos.

IFLA/UNESCO Multicultural Library Manifesto Toolkit

This toolkit has been developed to give practical approaches on how libraries can apply the concepts in the Manifesto. The original draft was created in 2012 and in December 2018 we completed a major review of the original English draft and translated the entire updated Toolkit into Chinese. In July 2019, we completed and published the translated document in Japanese. In February 2020, we completed and published the translated document in Russian. We are still in the process of working on the translation of other languages.


The final English version was reviewed and updated by Section member Le Yang and colleague Nicholas Demetriades. The Chinese version was translated by Section members Lan Gao and Jiangshun Zhang. The Japanese version was translated by colleague Yasuko Hirata. The Russian version was translated by Section member Maria Neryueva and the IFLA Russian Language Centre. This Section thanks all who have contributed to the creation, review, and translation of the toolkit.


Note: All IFLA contributions have been undertaken on a voluntary basis.


Toolkit


https://www.ifla.org/node/8977

Escuela Graduada de Ciencias y Tecnologías de la Información, Universidad de Puerto Rico