Listed below you will find some resources that are relevant to members of this group and their research areas: (there is more to come)
8R’s Redux CARL Libraries Human Resources Study (2013). Retrieved from http://www.carl-abrc.ca/uploads/pdfs/8Rs%20REDUX%20Final%20Report%20MAY%202015.pdf (Chapter 5: Recruiting for Diversity). Also check the previous study under Ingles below.
ACRL. (2011). Academic Library Services to International Students Interest Group. Retrieved from http://www.acrl.ala.org/international/
ACRL. (2013). Library Instruction for Diverse Populations Bibliography. Retrieved from https://www.zotero.org/groups/312120/acrl_instruction_for_diverse_populations_committee?
American Federation of Teachers. (2010.) http://www.aft.org/sites/default/files/facultydiversity0310.pdf
American Library Association New. Diversity counts. 2012 http://americanlibrariesmagazine.org/news/ala/american-library-association-releases-new-data-update-diversity-counts-report
Americal Library Association. (2012). Diversity Standards: Cultural Competency for Academic Libraries. http://www.ala.org/acrl/standards/diversity
Becker, J. (2017). Active Allyship. Public Services Quarterly.
Caidi N. & Allard D. (2005) “Social Inclusion of Newcomers to Canada: An Information Problem?” Policy Matters Series, No. 23, CERIS publication. Retrieved from http://www.ceris.metropolis.net/?p=1416
Caidi, N., Allard, D., Longford, G., Dechief, D. (2007). “Including Immigrants in Canadian Society: What Role do ICTs Play?” – Draft Report (Submission to the Strategic Policy Research Directorate of Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC)) Retrieved from http://archive.iprp.ischool.utoronto.ca/cracin/publications/pdfs/workshop%205/Dechief_Allard_Caidi_Including_Immigrants.pdf
Caidi, N., & Dali, K. (2015). Can we talk? Perceptions of diversity issues bty students with diverse backgrounds, and a rumination on personal roads to systematic change. New Library World, 116(11/12). pp. 796-799.
Chang, M (2005). Reconsidering the Diversity rationale. Liberal Education, 91(1), 6-13
Chapmen, C (2009). Retention begins before day one: Orientation and socialization in libraries. New Library World, 110(¾),122-135
Chilana, R. (2001). Delivering Multilingual Services in Public Libraries in British Columbia. PNLA Quarterly, 65 (3), 18-20.3
Cho, A., and Con, A. (2012). Partnerhips linking cultures: Multicultural librarianship in British Columbia’s Public Libraries. In C. Smallwood & K. Becnel (Eds..), Library services for multicultural patrons: Strategies to encourage library use. (37-47). Location: Scarecrow Press.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada. (2011). International Student Trends. Retrieved from http://web.cbie.ca/conference/data/2011/Immigration_Session.pdf
Clutterbuck, D. (2005). “Succession planning: a developmental approach.” Development and Learning in Organizations, 19(5), 11-13.
Coleman, M.S. (2011). Diversity Matters at Michigan. Retrieved from http://www.diversity.umich.edu/
Conference Board of Canada. (2006). Report on Diversity: Priorities, Practices and Performance in Canadian Organizations. 43 pg.
Cross, T.L., Bazron, B.J., Isaacs, M.R., & Dennis, K.W. (1989). Towards a culturally competent system of care: A monograph on effective services for minority children who are severely emotionally disturbed. Washington DC: Georgetown University for Child Health and Mental Health Policy, CASSP Technical Assistance Center.
Davis-Kendrick, K.D. (2009). The kaleidoscopic concern: An annotated bibliography of diversity, recruitment, retention, and other concerns regarding African American and ethnic library professional in the United States. Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries.
Dewey, B & Keally, J. (2008). Recruiting for Diversity: Strategies for twenty-first century research librarianship. Library Hi Tech, 26(4), 622-629.
Fisher, K., Marcoux, E., Miller, L.S., Sanchez, A., & Ramirez, E. (2004). “Information behaviour of migrant farm workers and their families in the Pacific Northwest.” Information Research, 10(1). Retrieved from http://InformationR.net/ir/10-1/paper199.html.
Fryer, Roland G. Jr. 2007. “Belief Flipping in a Dynamic Model of Statistical Discrimination.” Journal of Public Economics, 91(5-6): 1151-1166
Garces, V.E. (1998). The Recruitment of Minority Librarians: A Bibliography of the literature, 1990-1998. Law Library Journal 90, 603-614. Retrieved from http://heinonline.org/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/llj90&div=55&g_sent=1&collection=journals
Government of Canada. (2013). Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions: 2013-2018 Employment Equity and Diversity Plan. Retrieved from http://www.dec-ced.gc.ca/eng/publications/agency/equity/2013/287/index.html#sectn_1
Gurin, P. (2009). An Expert Report of Patricia Gurin. The Compelling Need for Diversity in Higher Education, Retrieved from http://www.vpcomm.umich.edu/admissions/legal/expert/toc.html
Global Opportunities for UK Higher Education. “International Higher Education in Facts and Figures,” retrieved from http://international.ac.uk/statistics/index.cfm
Hang-tat Leong, Jack. 2013. Ethnic Diversity at the University of Toronto Libraries. IFLA. Retrieved from http://library.ifla.org/67/1/101-leong-en.pdf
Humphries, J., Knight-Grofe, J., Klabunde, N. (2009). Canada First: The 2009 Survey of International Students. Canadian Bureau for International Education. Retrieved from http://www.cbie.ca/data/media/resources/20091110_SurveyInternationalStudents_e.pdf
Ingles, E., De Long, K., Humphrey, C., Sivak, A., Sorensen, M and de Peuter, J. (2005). “The future of human resources in Canadian Libraries,” retrieved from http://www.ls.ualberta.ca/8rs/8RsFutureofHRLibraries.pdf
Institute of International Education. (2009). “International Students: All Places of Origin,” retrieved from http://www.iie.org/Research-and-Publications/Open-Doors/Data/International-Students/All-Places-of-Origin/1950-2000
Josey, E.J. & Abdullahi, I. (2002). Why Diversity in American Libraries. Library Management, 23(½), 10-16
Kandiuk, Mary. (2013). Promoting Racial and Ethnic Diversity Among Canadian Academic Librarians. College and Research Libraries, Pre print: http://crl.acrl.org/content/early/2013/04/05/crl13-465.full.pdf+html
Kumaran, M., & Templeton, L. (2016, August). Public library boards in a growing cultural context. Poster presented at the National Diversity in Libraries Conference, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.
Kumaran, M. (2015). Succession Planning Process that Includes Visible Minority Librarians. Library Management, 36(6/7), pp.434-447.
Kumaran, M & Cai, H. (2015). Identifying the Visible Minority Librarians in Canada: A National Survey. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 10(2). Available at https://ejournals.library.ualberta.ca/index.php/EBLIP/article/view/23294
Kumaran, M (2014). Visible Minority Librarians of Canada at the Ontario Library Association Super Conference, 2013. Other authors: May Chan, Chau Ha, Grace Liu, and Norda M ajekodunmi. Available at https://journal.lib.uoguelph.ca/index.php/perj/article/view/2888/3151#.UwzIKONdVI4
Kumaran, M. & Salt, L. (2010). Diverse Populations in Saskatchewan: the Challenges of Reaching them. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, 5(1).
Kumaran, M. (2012). Leadership in Libraries: A focus on ethnic minority librarians. Chandos Publishing (Oxford), U.K.
Kumaran, M (2009). Libraries Matter: Different Communities and Different Approaches. SLA Forum 32 (4).
Lehmann, Jee-Yeon. 2013. “Job Assignment and Promotion Under Statistical Discrimination: Evidence from the Early Careers of Lawyers.” working paper
Lewis, W.T. (2010). Inclusive excellence and the role of faculty. Issues in Higher Education, 27 (5),p. 20.
Maciel, M., Kaspar, W., & Vanduinkerken, W. (2017). (Desperately) seeking service leadership in academic libraries: An analysis of dean and director position advertisements. Journal of Library Administration, 58(2), 1-36.
Majekodunmi, N. (2013). Diversity in Libraries: The Case for the VIsible Minority Librarians of Canada (ViMLoC)?! Feliciter, 59 (1). Retrieved from http://cla.ca/wp-content/uploads/59_1.pdf
Martin, R. R. (1994.) Chancing the University Climate: Three Libraries Respond to Multicultural Students. Journal of Academic Librarianship 20(1), 2-9.
Martin, R., McCann, Heather., Morales, Myrna., & Williams, Stacie. (2013). White Scree/White Noise: Racism and the Internet. Urban Library Journal 19 (1). Retrieved from file:///C:/Users/mak977/Downloads/1426-6292-1-PB%20(1).pdf
Matarazzo, J.M. & Mika, J.J. (2004). Workforce Planning for Library and Information Science. Library and Information Science Research, 26(2), 115-20.
Maxey-Harris, C & Anaya T. (2010). Diversity Plans and Programs. Whashington, DC: Association of Research Libraries.
McMullen, K & Angelo E. (2011). A Changing Portrait of International Students in Canadian Universities, retrieved from http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/81-004-x/2010006/article/11405-eng.htm#a
Mestre, L. (2010). How to Strengthen Diversity fforts in Librarians Serving Diverse Populations: Challenges and Opportunities. Chicago, IL: Association of Research Libraries.
Miraflor A. (2005) “Library services and information needs of the Filipino community in the San Francisco Bay Area.” Retrieved from http://eric.ed.gov/PDFS/ED490580.pdf
Najera D. (2009) “U.S. Public Library Services to Latin American Immigrants: A Survey of Information Needs, Barriers to Access, Best Practices and Guidelines for Developing Library Services at a Local Level.” Retrieved from http://www.webjunction.org/155/-/articles/content/445210
Nomura, T. & Caidi, N. (2013). Heritage language acquisition and maintenance: home literacy practices of Japanese-speaking families in Canada Information Research, 18(3) paper C37. [Available at http://www.informationr.net/it/18-3/colis/paperC37.html#.VpT9oVI8LCQ
Oud, J. (2019). Systemic workplace barriers for academic librarians with disabilities. College and Research Libraries.
Olivas, A.P. (2017). Choosing to lead. The motivational factors of underrepresented minority librarians in higher education. ACRL, United States.
Roh, C. (2018). Scholarly communication in a time of change: considering the impact of bias, diversity, and traditional publishing structures as scholarly communication moves to new platforms and systems. Retrieved from https://works.bepress.com/charlotteroh/
Rosado, C. (1996). Toward a Definition of Multiculturalism. Change in Human Systems. Retrieved from http://rosado.net/pdf/Def_of_Multiculturalism.pdf
Silvio, D.K. (2006) “The information needs and information seeking behaviour of immigrant southern Sudanese youth in the city of London, Ontario: an exploratory study.” Library Review, 55(4), 259-266.
Smith, J.G. (2009). Twenty questions for chief diversity officers. Diversity Factor, 17 (4), p. 1-8.
Social Inclusion Audit and Toolkit: http://www.siatoolkit.com/#axzz2Rrgnzt7q
St. Clair, S.O. (2008). Multicultural competence: diversity training from within. Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, 25 (19), p. 25.
Statistics Canada. Clasification of Visible Minority. (2010). Retrieved from http://www.statcan.gc.ca/concepts/definitions/minority01-minorite01a-eng.htm
Statistics Canada. Immigration and Ethnocultural Diversity in Canada. (2013). Retrieved from http://www12.statcan.gc.ca/nhs-enm/2011/as-sa/99-010-x/99-010-x2011001-eng.cfm
Tetteh B. (2011) “Serving African Immigrants in Colorado Public Libraries,” Colorado Libraries Vol. 35, no.4 . Retrieved from http://www.coloradolibrariesjournal.org/?q=content/serving-african-immigrants-colorado-public-libraries
Visconti, Gianmarco. (2016). Queer muslim users: Intersectional spaces in libraries. Retrieved from https://era.library.ualberta.ca/files/6m311r912/Visconti-Era-Sub.pdf
Visconti, Gianmarco. (2015). Legislation without empathy: race and ethnicity in LIS. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, 10(2). Retrieved from http://www.criticalimprov.com/index.php/perj/article/viewFile/3565/3649
Williment, K., Jones-Grant, T. (2012) “Asset Mapping at Halifax Public Libraries: A Tool for Beginning to Discover the Library’s Role with the Immigrant Community in Halifax.”Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, vol. 7, no. 1. Retrieved May 14, 2012 from http://journal.lib.uoguelph.ca/index.php/perj/article/view/1491/2465
FROM OUR BRITISH COLLEAGUES
Birdi, B., Wilson, K. and Mansoor, S. (2012). ‘What we should strive for is Britishness’: an attitudinal investigation of ethnic diversity and the public library. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 44(2), pp.118-128.
Birdi B & Syed M (2011) Exploring reader response to minority ethnic fiction. Library Review, 60(9), 816-831. View this article in White Rose Research Online
Birdi, B., Wilson, K. and Tso, H.M. (2009). The nature and role of empathy in public librarianship. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 41(2), pp. 81-89.
Birdi, B., Wilson, K. and Cocker, J. (2009). The public library, exclusion and empathy: a literature review. Library Review, 57(8), pp. 576-592.
Birdi, B., and Wilson K. (2008). Public libraries and social exclusion: how empathic are we? Library and Information Update, 7(6), pp. 32-34.
Rosenthal, L. and Train, B. (2007). Breaking down barriers. Public Library Journal, 22(1), pp. 8-12.
Train B (2003) Building up or breaking down barriers? The role of the library in adult basic skills education. Library Review, 52(8), 394-402.
Train, B., Dalton, P., & Elkin, J. (2000) . Embracing inclusion: the critical role of the library. Library Management, 21(9), p. 483 – 490.
Vincent, J. 2009. Public library provision for black and minority ethnic communities – where are we in 2009? Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 41,(3). p. 137-147.