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Symposium 3: International Influences

Back to the Future! Library History as Forecast: Discovering Core Concepts of Librarianship in the Public Library’s Past

Sara Wingate Gray, University College London

Cultivating innovation in African public libraries

Ramune Petuchovaite, EIFL
Ugne Lipeikaite, EIFL

Decolonising the school library: Embedding indigenous authority, advocacy, and power in information and learning spaces

Lana Alsabbagh, Manurewa High School

Engines of Social Infrastructure: libraries reducing barriers to local goods

Jeffrey T. Davis, San Diego Public Library

From local innovation towards systemic change and a global voice of a profession: lessons from Eastern Europe

Claudia Serbanuta, Progress Foundation

Indigenous Librarianship and International Ideas Roundtable

Anahera Morehu, Te Rōpū Whakahau

Indigenous Librarianship and International Ideas Roundtable."

Stacy Allison-Cassin Dr., University of Toronto

Localization and Transferability of Community Engagement Concepts

Ling Jeng

Moving Beyond World Music: An Exploration of Non-Western Music Cataloging Practices in Higher Education and Where to Go from Here

Alastair L. Canavan, University of Maryland at College Park

Shared visions and local communities: the process of internationalization in librarianship

Sofia Fagiolo, University of Rome - Campus Bio-Medico

Theorizing Library Diplomacy in the US international relations and library and information studies context

Randolf Mariano, UiT The Arctic University of Norway

What We Learned from The Memory Project: A Video Oral History Archive with Bilingual Content

Luo Zhou, Duke University