Diversity Training


Balancing Books and Social Issues: Homelessness and Trauma WebJunction (2019)

CELEBRATE. SERVE. COLLABORATE: Partnership as a Strategy for Immigrant Engagement WebJunction (2019)

Implicit Bias in the Library Workplace WebJunction (2019)

Using Social Media as a Tool to Advocate Diversity and Inclusion WebJunction (2019)

Transgender Inclusion in Libraries SJSU School of Information (2019)

We Know Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion are Important WebJunction (2018)

Pride at the Library: LGBTQ Programming For All Ages NNLM (2018)

Using Diverse Books to Support Social Emotional Learning Lee & Low Books (2018)

TRAILS (Tribal Library Procedures Manual) & The Small but Powerful Guide to Building Support for Your Rural Library National Network of Libraries of Medicine Pacific Northwest Region (2017)

Beyond the Welcome Sign: Tailoring Immigrant Services for Success WebJunction (2017)

The Inclusive Library – Best Practices for Serving Your LGBTQ Communities Texas State Library and Archives Commission (2017)

Civility Goes Viral: A New Approach for a New Era WebJunction (2017)

Diversity in Libraries American Libraries (2016)

Beyond Labels: Bridging Differences Through Storytelling The Life Story Library Foundation and The Grandview Group (2016)

Before Bilingual Storytime: The Outreach Bridge to Engaging Latino and Spanish-speaking Families WebJunction (2016)

Library Services to Immigrants and Refugees IFLA Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning and the New Professionals SIG in partnership with the American Library Association (2016)

Community Engagement: Serving Diverse Communities Where They Are WebJunction (2016)



Diversity in the Context of Free Speech: The Right to Speak NPR/TED (2018)

Meet the 1%: One Refugee Family’s Road to a New Life in the United StatesInternational Rescue Committee (2016)

Refugee Security Screening Process: 26 Steps to Arrival in the U.S. ATTN: (2015)

Sex & Gender Identity: An Intro NowThis World (2015)



From Beyond Our Borders: Providing Multilingual and Multicultural Health Information
Join us for a 4 week self-paced, asynchronous introduction to cultural competency and humility, the unique health information needs of refugees and immigrants, and relevant health information resources. The class will be taught via Moodle and includes short readings, videos, and activities. This class has been approved for 4 hours of continuing education credits by the Medical Library Association and is eligible for MLA Level I and Level II CHIS.