Gerald V. Holmes

**Areas of Interest: * Current Awareness * Grants * Diversity Committee, Chair

There are 6 included publications by Gerald V. Holmes :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Fueling the Profession with Diversity 2016 551 The authors discuss the North Carolina Library Association's (NCLA) efforts to promote and support diversity. They mention the NCLA's 2014-2016 strategic plan for diversity which includes opportunities for minorities, and encouraging diverse leadersh...
Mapping the residency program landscape 2021 40 When properly structured, library residencies introduce recently graduated Master of Library and/or Information Science (MLIS) professionals to librarianship, allow recent graduates to apply the knowledge and skills learned during their MLIS studies,...
Mock Interviews for ACE Scholars: Preparing for the Professional Job Search 2013 983 The article discusses the mock interviews conducted among student members of the Academic Cultural Enrichment (ACE) Scholars cohort at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro (UNCG). The interviews are divided into two phases, the first of which ...
Planning a library diversity residency program: Strategies for diversity coordinators to build support for their programs 2020 208 The essence of most Library Diversity Residency programs is to foster an early career librarians’ professional growth while investing in the libraries’ commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion. Recruiting and retaining librarians for future pos...
Promoting Diversity to Add Value to the LIS Profession 2016 1291 PurposeThe purpose of this article is to discuss the impact the University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s (UNCG) Library and Information Studies Academic and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) Scholars Program has had on promoting diversity and adding valu...
Ways to Demonstrate the Value of DEI Programs 2021 11 In recent years, academic libraries have focused increasing attention on the lack of diversity, equity, and inclusion that is evident among library staff as well as the populations they serve, including both the faculty and students. In order to comb...