A Roadmap to African-American and Diversity Resources (ARAADR)

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This hands-on practical A Roadmap to African American and Diversity Resources (ARAADR) presentation helps attendees (librarians, community leaders, administrators) understand the structure of the site and how to teach information literacy to info-seekers. Many important questions are addressed, such as: what can participants take back and use right away, how participants can plan for special diversity programs or what services can be accessed to increase information literacy on various subject areas. The participants will meet online links that will change their experience in locating diversity resources. These ARAADR interactive presentations allow an opportunity for discussions, questions and answers. Join the 21stCentury and learn to meet the challenges of providing really extraordinary info-seeker service to a diverse growing population.

Overview and Summary of Objectives

1. How to find and use an e-book using the Library of Congress,
    Project Gutenburg
2. How to find scientific and other subject area biographies.
3. How to find and use state resources.
4. How to find and use Central American resources.
5. How to find and use the Library of Congress, American Memory.
6. How to find financial aid and scholarships.
7. How to translate web sites into a different language.

Continuing Education Credits: .7 CEUs 7Contact Hours
Instructor: Sherry Sherrod Dupree, Santa Fe Community College
Friday 02/03/06, Format: 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (EST)
Lecture, discussion, and hands-on exercises
Alabama A&M University, Normal, AL
1438 West Peachtree Street NW • Suite 200 • Atlanta, GA 30309-2955
1.800.999.8558 toll free • 404.892.7879 fax

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  The Back to Africa Movement (Bishop Henry McNeil Turner) 
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