The next CALL/ACBD webinar will focus on Global Legal Research: The Decolonization/Indigenization of Cataloguing Practices
Learn how libraries are Decolonizing/Indigenizing their cataloguing practices, including changes to subject headings and the development of the KI classification system. Learn how library staff can apply these practices within their workplaces in an effort to work toward reconciliation and to better assist their patrons. This webinar has been organized by the DIDC and the Academic-SIG.
Kaia MacLeod, Indigenous Cataloguing Librarian, University of Calgary
Kaia MacLeod is a member of the James Smith Cree Nation and is the University of Calgary’s Indigenous Cataloguing Librarian. She received her MLIS from the University of Alberta, as well as a BA majoring in Film Studies.
Annie Wolfe, Senior Librarian, Library and Archives Canada
A graduate of the École de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l’information at Université de Montréal in 2007, Annie Wolfe has since worked as a librarian in the Canadian federal public service. She has held various positions at Library and Archives Canada in acquisition, cataloguing and reference, as well as in children's literature and stakeholder relations. She is now focusing on Information Standards, both ISO and CSH. She has also recently completed a second master's degree in French literature at the University of Ottawa.
*The CALL/ACBD webinars are offered free of cost to members.