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Welcome

Welcome to the Henry Whittemore Library Diversity and Inclusion LibGuide!

The purpose of this guide is to provide you with resources that are related to different forms of diversity. We have tried to make all of the information you may need easily accessible through links to other sites and on our homepage. We are adding information all the time to keep you up to date.

 

 

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Circulation Desk
(Renewing, ILL, Checkin/Checkout)
508-626-4650

Reference Desk
(Database help, Using materials)
508-626-4654

FSU Diversity & Inclusion Commitment

Framingham State University is committed to diversity in a variety of areas: faculty/staff, the student body, and the curriculum. Diversity is a broad concept, and we are engaged in supporting it as it relates to racial/ethnicidentity, nationality, sexual orientation, gender, religion, physical ability, teaching style, learning style, and political philosophy.

At Framingham State we believe that diversity among faculty, staff, the student body, and curriculum, will contribute to our community's understanding of the multicultural world and will enhance the quality of the learning experience on campus. It is widely recognized that a diverse academic and work setting will enrich teaching and research and will promote creativity, productivity, and innovation.

For FSU diversity-related events or for any additional information, please see the FSU Diversity webpage. 

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    Whittemore Library Diversity Advisory Committee Misson Statement

    The Library Diversity Advisory Committee (LDAC) was formed to provide leadership and recommendations based on best practices in academic libraries relating to staffing, collections, outreach and services. The committee aspires to foster cultural competence in order to create a positive and inclusive environment for the campus community.

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    Debbie Percher, MLS, MA
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    Debbie Percher
    Reference Librarian
    Framingham State University
    100 State Street PO Box 9101
    Whittemore Library 117
    Framingham, MA 01701-9101
    Tel: 508-626-4654
    Fax: 508-626-4047
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