Inclusive Cultural and Social Pedagogy in the Library Classroom
Brad Sietz (Ed.)
This holistic approach to students' higher education experience is increasingly informed in academic librarianship by critical theory, which takes the traditionally welcoming presence of the library a step further toward facilitating agency for our users. Inclusivity and agency share the stage in the holistic student experience, and librarians are well-positioned to create learning experiences at this intersection. [Despite the diversity of our institutions, the principles of our profession, and the grounding theories of our instruction, best practices for designing learning experiences that are inclusive of the whole student within the complexities of the library context remain elusive
Watts, J. C.
Inclusive Cultural and Social Pedagogy in the Library Classroom. In Brad Sietz (Ed.),
LOEX Quarterly, 44(1),