Kathleen de la Pena McCook Papers (Born Digital Files), 1996-2008 | The American Library Association Archives
Born digital Records from the Kathleen de la Pena McCook Papers, contain website descriptions, website links, briefs, courses assignments and syllabuses, correspondence, drafts of articles and books, rosters, biographical notes, proposal applications, grant descriptions, presentation papers and speeches, reports, events descriptions, survey forms and bibliographies, relating to Kathleen de la Pena McCook's service as Distinguished University Professor at the University of South Florida School of Library and Information Science and coordinator for community outreach. Topical areas include librarianship role in community building, poverty, minorities, families and public policy, racism, education, homelessness, democracy, rural communities, childhood, jail library services, women in libraries, and youth development; international public librarianship, adult literacy and lifelong learning, research methods for librarians, and public libraries; A Librarian At Every Table -ALAET- mailing list; as well as activism concerning the preservation of Florida's State cultural and historical heritage, and other political issues.
Note: Records have been reorganized from original state to provide better access to researchers.
Also includes digital surrogates of files from the project Women of Color in Librarianship: An Oral History, including interviews from Baker, Chen, Callantes, Jones, Lopez, Martinez, Mathews, and Patterson.
An access copy of all material is available upon request.
Administrative access to preservation, nearline, and access files is available to archives staff at: https://medusa.library.illinois.edu/collections/489