Shifting Information Realities


Shifting Information Realities


Text of the Address by Dr. Anita S. Coleman at her Faculty Installation, 167th Spring Convocation of Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary
Louisville, KY, USA - 4 February 2021.

9 pages and includes References.

Topics: Transformation and Renewal. Information Hygiene, Human Information Behaviors, Scholarly Communication, Open Access Publishing, Libraries.

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Anita Coleman, “Shifting Information Realities,” Antiracism Digital Library, accessed May 25, 2024,