The Mississippi State University Libraries and the American Library Association’s Office of Diversity are co-sponsoring a one-day workshop on diversity. Entitled “Diversity Matters: Make a Difference”, the workshop will be held March 26, 2004 at Mississippi State University in Starkville Mississippi. Join us as we explore diversity issues in today’s academic libraries! A morning session will assist librarians in the development of culturally effective services, programs, and collections. An afternoon session will utilize story telling and group exercises to raise an awareness of the differences and similarities among cultures. Seating is limited and registration is required. A fee of $20 covers attendance at the workshop, all workshop materials, and lunch.
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