CFP: Exploring Inclusive & Equitable Pedagogies: Creating Space for All Learners

The editors for Exploring Inclusive & Equitable Pedagogies: Creating Space for All Learners (ACRL Press) have issued a call for chapter proposals. From the CFP:

With this edited collection we seek to deepen our understanding of equitable and inclusive theories and practices in order to provide instructors with new grounding for both their individual teaching and their instruction program. Some of the questions we seek to address in this publication include: How do theories and practices related to equitable and inclusive pedagogies inspire your teaching? How have librarians engaged in equitable and inclusive teaching? How might librarians implement equitable and inclusive pedagogy in ways specific to library instruction?

Taking an inclusive approach to content, chapters will take a variety of formats such as: reflective and personal essays, narratives, analytical and academic essays, case studies, autoethnographies, lesson plans, or zines and other graphic formats. You can share your ideas for your own teaching or take a more programmatic approach. Submissions may reflect the range of instructional activities and settings with which academic library educators engage: special collections, data management, information literacy, digital scholarship, open education, and others, across many different types of academic libraries. We encourage submissions from institutions that are underrepresented in information literacy literature, such as community colleges and minority-serving institutions.

Proposals are due January 15, 2021.

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This post was produced through a cooperation between Carla Brooks, Ellen Cole, Mara Cota, Tierney Gleason, Jennifer Matthews, Hillary Richardson, Heather Rogers, Rakesha Spellman, Richard N. Wade II (Editors-at-large for the week), Caitlin Christian-Lamb (Editor for the week), and Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara, Linsey Ford, Ian Goodale, and Pamella Lach (dh+lib Review Editors).

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