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A Case for Open Educational Resources (OERs) for Liberation: Leveraging Librarians and Library Skills

Aisling Coyne, Technological University Dublin
Amy Fitzpatrick, Dublin Business School

An ESG Research Framework for Measuring Social Responsibility of Businesses

Reece A. Steinberg, Ryerson University

Building bridges: The role of the Relational Librarian

Sunniva Evjen, Hogskolen i Oslo

Fecundity of the field of environmental education for library impact in the current decade of transformation

Pascale Félizat, Librarian and consultant in Montreal

Heritage Storytelling, Information Ethics, and Post-Neutrality Archival Practice: Drawing from Critical Heritage Studies and Critical Archivist Approaches to Move Toward a Polyvocal Archival Record

Tami Blumenfield, University of South Carolina - Columbia

Information Literacy Working Group of the Brazilian Federation of Associations of Librarians, Information Scientists and Institutions: collaborations for a new awakening of Librarianship in Brazil

Grupo de Trabalho Competência em Informação Grupo de Trabalho Competência em Informação, Federação Brasileira de Associações de Bibliotecários, Cientistas de Informação e Instituições

Is neutrality overrated? A few thoughts on librarians’ legitimacy to take action for the common good

Johanna Ouazzani, French Ministry of Culture

Places of Discomfort

Amalie Ørum Hansen, Gentofte Central Library & Nordic Network for Norm Critical Leadership

Progressive Librarianship in “Red” America

Bill Crowley, Dominican University

Public librarianship for a pluralism of values in agonistic democracies

Frank Huysmans, University of Amsterdam

Public sphere institutions or safe spaces — can libraries be both?

Kira M. Del Mar, OsloMet — Oslo Metropolitan University

Revisiting the ideal of neutrality

Anne-Sofie Bollerup, University of Copenhagen

The Librarians role in the Society 5.0

Dalbert Marques Oliveira, University of Coimbra
Luís Silva Rodrigues, Instituto Politecnico do Porto

Working for a better world: the librarian as a change agent, an activist and a social entrepreneur

Mia H. Mathiasson, University of Copenhagen
Henrik Jochumsen, University of Copenhagen