Giving Voice to the Voiceless: Why We Must Include Students in Advocacy and Decision-Making During the Pandemic

Every Friday evening, I tune into an online talk show called the Parent Teacher Student Check-In; the self-described show was created during the 2020 lockdown and was designed to offer people an outlet to vent about their experiences during the pandemic.  This week was the most riveting.   I cringed as an undergraduate college student named …

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Attending NYLA 2012

Attending the New York Library Association (NYLA) annual conference and trade show November 7-10, 2012 in Saratoga Springs was both exhausting and exciting.  As a faculty member, I was strongly encouraged to attend the state conference that claimed to write the next chapter in the field of library and information science.   It is the oldest state library …

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