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Inclusive Citation and Why it Matters

Inclusive Citation and Why it Matters

What are inclusive citation practices? Inclusive citation has been described as “an approach to citing the intellectual and creative work of individuals and groups with a diversity of backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. Inclusive citation works to counteract dominant power structures that have historically privileged certain groups while disadvantaging others” (Rowan University). In this presentation, Jane Hammons, Teaching & Learning Engagement Librarian, will explore the concept of inclusive citation and why it matters. Participants will leave with ideas and resources they can use to start incorporating inclusive citation practices into their teaching and research.

Jane Hammons
 Ms. Jane Hammons

 Teaching & Learning Engagement Librarian, University Libraries