Presentation: James Cheng, Brittany Paloma Fiedler, and Katherine Keller

James Cheng, Brittany Paloma Fiedler, and Katherine Keller (all Libraries) presented at the Nevada Library Association 2019 Annual Conference, "Libraries Building Bridges," earlier this month in Reno. 

Cheng presented "Librarians and Researchers on Academic Library Impact: Characteristics and Perspectives," which detailed the results of a research project relating to the Association of College & Research Libraries academic library impact report.

Fiedler led the "Librarians of Color Discussion Group," providing an opportunity for people of color in libraries to connect. Fiedler also provided information on Southern Nevada's first POC (Person of Color) in Library Information Sciences Gathering.

Keller presented "Curated Book Displays: More than a Stack Pile of Books," which focused on best practices for displays and how to leverage your curated book displays to promote diversity and inclusion.

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