Thursday, October 28, 2021

Results from Survey of Visible Minority Librarians in Canada

Last winter, the Visible Minority Librarians of Canada Network conducted a survey of visible minority librarians working in Canadian institutions.

Results have now been posted on the Scholars Portal Dataverse:

"Data were collected from January to March 2021 on visible minority librarians’ demographics, education, and employment situations. The survey was administered and distributed using Qualtrics in English and French."

"The user guide and results summary in this dataset presents aggregated data for 162 visible minority librarians from the English survey (138) and the French survey (24). Survey results will help ViMLoC identify the needs of visible minority librarians and propose projects to empower them in their current positions or their future career development. The data can be also useful to library administrators, librarians, and researchers working on multicultural issues, diversity, recruitment and retention, leadership, library management, and other related areas."


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posted by Michel-Adrien at 5:36 pm


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