Education for Information
This perspective essay explores Gasman & Arroyo’s (2014) HBCU-inspired framework for Black student success as a prism for re-envisioning LIS education. In response to calls for anti-hegemonic LIS education, the authors discuss a potential tool for Black student success and suggest its benefits to LIS education. The framework can introduce non-white, anti-racist educational practices to the work of educating the U.S. library workforce; it is relevant in light of ongoing racial and political strife in U.S. society.
Ndumu, Ana and Walker, Shaundra, "Adapting an HBCU-inspired framework for Black student success in U.S. LIS education" (2021). Library Faculty Scholarship. 10.