February is Black History Month and my birthday month, so I love it for both reasons. There were so many great programs in February due to the mostly accepted movement of Black Lives Matter. I felt like more institutions were being intentional about their Black History Month programming. However, it did not go without some… Continue reading February in Review
January was the start of the Spring semester as it was for many of my colleagues that work in academic libraries. In this new year, there are still virtual events happening which is fantastic for me. The list of webinars that I attended: Open Educational Resources (OER) in the HumanitiesOpen Educational Resources (OER) in the… Continue reading January in Review
“That's the problem. We let people say stuff, and they say it so much that it becomes okay to them and normal for us. What's the point of having a voice if you're gonna be silent in those moments you shouldn't be?”Angie Thomas, page 252. The next Must Read Monday book that I think you… Continue reading Must Read Monday 03.01.21
The month in review section in my blog will be a new addition for 2021. I want to review the previous month by listing webinars, conferences, books that I started reading, and social activities that I attended. Last month was a busy one even though it was holiday time for so many people. Books that… Continue reading December in Review
A few months ago it came up in a conversation about the name of my blog. Why keep it the diversity fellow blog when I am no longer a diversity fellow? Great question! I wanted to keep the name to remind myself and to inform others that this was my way into this profession. I… Continue reading What’s up with the name?!