In conversation about Indigenous Subject headings May, 2020 Registration
Time: Monday, May 25, 2020, 9:45-11:15 am (Mountain time)
Location: Zoom Upon registration link will be emailed
Fees: $0. FREE.

Context: Further to the Decolonizing subject headings at Red River College in Winnipeg presentation conducted on May 4th; many email requests were received about talking points and to continue this conversation.

Your situation: Is your library thinking about indigenous subject headings? Is your library planning to include indigenous subject headings? Do you have an implementation plan? Who is included in the team? What are the skills need to do this? What are your workflows, process and procedures? Which naming or terminology guides are being used? Who do you consult with? What challenges do you face with indigenous subject headings initiative?

Cataloguing professional: Marilyn Cameron is a settler library technician at Red River College. She has been working in libraries for over 30 years. She has worked as a cataloguer in elementary, high school and post-secondary libraries in Winnipeg. For 10 years she work at the Mitchell Library in Glasgow, UK, cataloguing rare books and special collections. The Mitchell Library is Europe's second largest reference library.

Intention: Our intention is to initiate a conversation about this topic and to share all sorts of resources which can support our initiatives.
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Contact Manisha Khetarpal mkhetarpal@mccedu.ca or call toll free: 1 866 585 3925

Registration link: https://forms.gle/qxt9SYSUAK1N4ModA
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