1. Promoting shared governance
2. Engaging communities
3. Proactively standing against oppression
4. Protecting pluralism
Four key strategies for higher education leaders to advance democracy...
Please join me in events with the Ambassador of Ghana
–BFA Virtual Fundraiser Mulugeta Woldetsadik, Librarian from Hawassa University, Ethiopia
Support Books For Primary & Secondary Schools Found In Sidama Region (Mulugeta W/Tsadik, Librarian, Hawassa University) Ethiopia and Books For Africa
I’ve just signed up for events with the Ambassador of Ghana to help Books For Africa raise money and awareness for their cause and I hope that you will consider joining me. You’ll find a link to join me CLICK ON the below button…
Thank you in advance for your Participation
Books For Africa June 8, 2022 event details…
The Library World Tour project was recently launched to create an international network among librarians or information professionals from around the world…
A short promotional spot for the Library World Tour project, a virtual journey between libraries and librarians from all over the world in more than 50 countries, on 6 continents and translated into 6 languages. A great network for a large library community.
Visit Library World Tour Project: https://mariocoffa.wixsite.com/e-portfol…/library-world-tour
“Books For Africa” Being a Librarian in Ethiopia. Mario Coffa Interviews Mulugeta Woldetsadik, from Hawassa University, Ethiopia…
Libraries serve an important role in accessing information, delivering services, and fostering a sense of community. Libraries must ask whether they are serving all of their community members equitably. People with disabilities need to be able to access the libraries fully. This article first provides an overview of accessibility-related legislative history in the US, Canada, Ontario, and Australia to contextualize its impact on services to people with disabilities. The medical and social models of disability are explored. Lastly, an overview of the history of libraries and accessibility cements the moral, ethical, and legal reasons to serve people with disabilities.[…] READ MORE