Inclusive Citations for Researchers Workshop
Inclusive citation practices have been described as “an approach to citing the intellectual and creative work of individuals and groups with a diversity of backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. Inclusive citations work to counteract dominant power structures that have historically privileged certain groups while disadvantaging others” (Rowan University). This 90-minute workshop, led by Jane Hammons, Teaching & Learning Engagement Librarian at The Ohio State University, will explore the concept of inclusive citations and why they matter. Participants will leave with resources and activities that they can use and share with their students in support of inclusive citation practices.
Jane Hammons is the Teaching & Learning Engagement Librarian and an Assistant Professor in the University Libraries. She has a master’s degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois and a master’s degree in instructional design from Western Kentucky University. Her work focuses on supporting the integration of information literacy and library resources into the curriculum through faculty development and support. Click the link below to register.