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ACRL RBMS Bibliographic Standards Committee PPG: Controlled vocabularies and you: a panel discussion on addressing and redressing terminologies through new and existing vocabularies
In this session there will be a panel discussion featuring speakers from the African American SACO Funnel, Lau Ā Lau Ka ʻIke project, RBMS Controlled Vocabularies Prejudicial Materials Working Group, and Chicano Thesaurus at University of California, Berkeley. Learning outcomes include providing catalogers and other special collections professionals with an opportunity to learn about some of the controlled vocabularies available to them, and how they can remediate and address metadata and practices that exclude, silence, harm, or mischaracterize marginalized people in catalogs and finding aids and other resources.

Speakers:
Elizabeth Adams
Duke University

Lillian Castillo-Speed
University of California Berkeley

Michelle J. Cronquist
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Ryan Hildebrand
University of Oregon

Shavonn Matsuda
University of Hawaiʻi, Lau Ā Lau Ka ʻIke

Staci Ross
University of Pittsburgh

Jessie Sherwood
Berkeley Law, BSC-PPG

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Apr 29, 2022 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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