About This Course
Are you curious about the term cultural humility? At its root, cultural humility requires one to acknowledge inequality and take action. This online course will introduce cultural humility as a concept for professional practice. We will focus on your role as colleague and as a professional and will link the concepts of cultural humility to librarianship. We will explore personal identity and culture. We will also examine how culture and identity translate to a deliberate practice of cultural humility in the workplace.
Xan Goodman, Health Services Librarian at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries, is the instructor for this course, which was created in winter 2021.
How This On Demand Course Works
Infopeople on Demand courses provide an opportunity to take discounted versions of recent Infopeople courses, repackaged as asynchronous courses so that learners can take them any time. While instructors are not available for discussion or feedback, these courses are designed so that learners have unlimited access to materials and can participate at their own pace.
The course fee is $75. To pay by credit card, click on the "enroll in course" button above.
Questions? Please contact [email protected].
- Welcome to Unit 3!
- Online Session 3 (43:19)
- Watch/Listen/Read: "Empathy: The Human Connection to Patient Care"
- Watch/Listen/Read: "Working Across Difference: Making Better Connections"
- Watch/Listen/Read: "Assessing Your Organization's Commitment to Social Justice & Inclusion"
- Watch/Listen/Read: "Vocational Awe and Librarianship: The Lies We Tell Ourselves"
- Watch/Listen/Read: "Clinical Conversations Training Program - Cultural Humility"
- Application Activity: Intentional Practice Plan
- Congratulations on completing this course!
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