1 edition of Minority recruitment and retention in ARL libraries found in the catalog.
Minority recruitment and retention in ARL libraries
by Office of Management Services, Association of Research Libraries in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Other titles||SPEC flyer.|
|Statement||Systems and procedure Exchange Center.|
|Series||SPEC kit,, 167|
|Contributions||Association of Research Libraries. Systems and Procedures Exchange Center.|
|LC Classifications||Z682.4.M56 M56 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||125 p. :|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||00388252|
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Minority recruitment and retention in ARL libraries. Washington, D.C.: Office of Management Services, Association of Research Libraries,  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Association of Research Libraries.
Systems and Procedures Exchange Center. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. "September " This SPEC kit presents the results of a survey which determined employment practices of Association of Research Libraries (ARL) member libraries in in the areas of cultural diversity, minority recruitment, and affirmative action.
Categories surveyed in the area of minority recruitment include hiring activities, advertising available positions, and barriers to ://?id=ED Minority recruitment and retention in ARL libraries / By Association of Research Libraries.
Systems and Procedures Exchange Center. Abstract "September "Cover es bibliographical references (p. ).Mode of access: Internet Destination page number Search scope Search Text Search scope Search Text Janice Burrows, Kriza A. Jennings, and Brigid C. Welch, Minority Recruitment and Retention in ARL Libraries, Spec Kit No.
(Washington, DC: Office of Management Services, ARL, ). Jeanne M.K. Boydston, "Hiring Practices, Equal Employment Opportunity and Affrmative Action in ARL Libraries," Journal of Library Administration 14 ( In the US, the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) and the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) formed a task force in to develop strategies for recruitment, and provide a number of resources, including a recruitment and retention :// Libraries and Minority Recruitment and Retention in ARL Libraries.
Diversity and inclusion is an area with rapid change and we were interested in learning how diversity programs—as well as recruitment—had changed in the last 7 years. The scope of this survey not only covered some of the recruitment Minority recruitment and retention in ARL libraries book retention InARL published SPEC Kit Cultural Diversity Programming in ARL Libraries and SPEC Kit Minority Recruitment and Retention in ARL Libraries.
Both of these documents provided a wealth of information about library programs and services that addressed the needs of a diverse user group, minority staff recruitment and retention According to Blixrud and George’s pamphlet 1 celebrating ARL’s seventieth birthday, the Higher Education Act Title II-B, passed inintroduced the need to improve recruiting, training, and retention techniques in ARL libraries, particularly for minority librarians.
This led ARL to create a program that was eventually named the Office proactive recruitment and retention efforts. Literature which increases retention of minority librarians in the profession The survey was distributed to listservs and ARL member libraries identified on the ARL website.
Some ARL respondents declined, citing the lack of Survey questions included a special focus on minority recruitment and retention. Responses provide a framework for current practices and expectations among ARL libraries. Comparisons are made to previous research and suggestions are provided for new :// InARL published SPEC Kit Cultural Diversity Programming in ARL Libraries and SPEC Kit Minority Recruitment and Retention in ARL Libraries.
Both of these documents provided a wealth of information about library programs and services that addressed the needs of a diverse user group, minority staff recruitment and retention strategies, and approaches to managing an ethnically This article reports the results of a survey of ARL directors and entry-level librarians on programs in place and methods used for integrating new librarians into the institutional and professional culture.
Survey questions included a special focus on minority recruitment and :// Destination page number Search scope Search Text Research Libraries (ARL) newsletter de sues of minority recruitment and retention in academic libraries and advise the ACRL Board of Directors on necessary can society and made suggestions about minority recruitment In response to.
College & Research Libraries the Task Force report, the ACRL Board created, in November ?. of recruitment, retention, diversity and multicultural programs, evaluation, and assessment (Maxey-Harris and Anaya, ). The survey for SPEC Kit was based on two related SPEC Kits: Cultural Diversity Programming in ARL Libraries (no.
) and Minority Recruitment and Retention in ARL Libraries (no. Hampton University IMLS Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Grant National Forum Proposal Minority Recruitment and Retention in the LIS Field Hampton University’s William R.
and Norma B. Harvey Library is seeking funding in the amount of $99, for a national forum to support continuing education of librarians in the IMLS project category of Community :// Survey questions included a special focus on minority recruitment and retention.
Responses provide a framework for current practices and expectations among ARL libraries. Comparisons are made to previous research and suggestions are provided for new directions Libraries, Karin Trainer of Princeton University Library, and Scott Bennett of the Yale University Library.
By52 ARL member libraries had committed a total of over $, to support the effort. The first awards were made to four MLIS students, the inaugural Diversity Scholars of ARL’s fledgling minority recruitment initiative in By the May deadline, responses had been submitted by 75 of the ARL member libraries for a response rate of 61%.
Of the responding libraries, 73 (97%) reported including e-books in their collections. According to survey responses, most institutions entered the e-book arena as part of a consortium which purchased an e-book. The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) has released Diversity and Inclusion, SPEC Kitan exploration of how ARL member library diversity plans have changed since This SPEC Kit gathers information about the following topics: current recruitment and retention strategies that aim to increase the number of minority librarians in research libraries, staff development programs that home: ARL membership is predominantly made up of American university libraries but it also has some public, government, and Canadian libraries as members.
There are, in total, 15 ARL members across Canada so the question we wanted to answer was: Is the well-developed eight-component ARL necklace Libraries (ARL) published a number of documents dealing with affirmative ac tion and diversity topics. They included flyers on affirmative action policies, minority recruitment and retention, and cultural diversity programs.
The intro ductions of these flyers summarize the results of surveys of ARL member librar ies' programs in these ://