Tribal libraries, archives, and museums : preserving our language, memory, and lifeways / edited by Loriene Roy, Anjali Bhasin, Sarah K. Arriaga.

Lanham : Scarecrow Press, 2011.
xix, 247 p. ; 23 cm.


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A place at the table : California's tribal libraries take steps toward inclusion / Bonnie Biggs -- Alaska native village libraries : picking up the pieces / David Ongley -- Community collaborations with the tribal library / Karen Alexander -- Beyond books and portals : proactive indigenous librarianship / Kawika Makanani -- Mohave language projects and the role of the CRIT Library / Amelia Flores and Susan D. Penfield -- Out of the archives : fostering collaborative environments for language revitalization / Gabriella Reznowski and Norma A. Joseph -- International efforts in supporting and advancing library services for indigenous populations / Loriene Roy -- American Indian Library Association / Kelly Webster -- Tribal College and University Library Association (TCULA) / Mary Anne Hansen and James Thull -- Indigenous architecture for tribal cultural centers / Sam Olbekson -- Tribal libraries as the future of librarianship : independent collection development as a tool for social justice / Kristen Hogan -- Organizing information resources : a path for access in tribal settings / Rhonda Harris Taylor -- Empowering indigenous students in the learning library / Victoria Beatty -- Weaving partnerships with the American Indian peoples in your community to develop and promote your library, archival, and/or museum services / Loriene Roy -- Recommendations and implications for services to and with indigenous elders / Loriene Roy -- Where are the records? / Shayne Del Cohen -- Tribal archives in preserving our language, memory, and lifeways / Amy Ziegler -- The record road : growing perspectives on tribal archives / Loriene Roy and Daniel Alonzo -- Your tribal library and strategic planning : vision, mission, service responses, goals, objectives, and output measures / Loriene Roy -- Gaining local tribal support for library development : twenty-one steps for success / Cheryl A. Metoyer -- Advocacy and marketing for the tribal library / Sandra Littletree -- Developing a staff development plan for a tribal librarian / Loriene Roy and Janice L. Kowemy -- Time management for the tribal librarian / Loriene Roy -- Accreditation through the lens of a tribal museum / Anne McCudden -- TLAM : creating student-driven indigenous LIS at the University of Wisconsin-Madison / Christina L.P.W. Johnson, Catherine H. Phan, and Omar Poler.
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