In this timely webinar, Sue Maniloff, VP Business Development at Omnigraphics, will cover the increasing need for diversity resources in schools and libraries as well as the benefits of conducting a diversity audit to best assess which areas within a collection need further development. Intended for school administrators, librarians, and educators, this informative session will discuss the importance of unpacking and building diversity collections for various marginalized groups, helping attendees see themselves as a mirror and also as a window, seeing other points of view. Sue will also spotlight the newly published Understanding and Navigating Discrimination in America, available now in Credo Reference and Source Reference.

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About Sue Maniloff:
Sue Maniloff is a seasoned professional who has been working within publishing, aggregation, and education technology for decades. Her background includes global content acquisition for the first to market library discovery service, along with developing a winning business strategy for an early stage EdTech startup that leveraged machine learning applications for taxonomy curation. She has expertise in developing publishing strategies that complete collections and fulfill gaps, best serving the needs of students and library patrons. As VP Business Development at Omnigraphics, she publishes nonfiction and reference content for schools and libraries.

Unpacking New Diversity Titles

April 27, 2021 @ 3:00 pm-April 27, 2021 @ 4:00 pm