FY20 Annual Report on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
|Vega García, Susan
|Fiscal Year 2020 was year two of the University Library’s concerted efforts to address diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) issues and cultural competence in the workplace through intentional programming, professional development learning opportunities, and policy change. The library is beginning to see evidence of positive organizational change and how library staff view DEI work as part of everyone’s responsibilities. Much of this positive change is due to the library’s strategic decision in May 2018 to create and staff a DEI leadership position at the AD level and charging that position with leadership, policy, and programming responsibilities. Since that time, one of the most important changes that have taken place among library staff is the recognition that DEI work and learning is relevant to all of us and is part of everyone’s responsibilities. In Spring 2019, the Library underlined that shift by implementing a policy change requiring all library staff to report their DEI efforts on annual evaluations. The Library and all of ISU certainly have much more DEI work to address on numerous fronts but the Library is seeing encouraging results. Below is a summary of FY20 initiatives, achievements, and special project outcomes by Library staff in FY20.
|This report is published as Vega Garcia, S.A., FY20 Annual Report on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Iowa State University Library, 2020. Posted with permission.
|DegreeDisciplines::Social and Behavioral Sciences::Library and Information Science
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