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Neurodiversity in the Library: One Librarian's Experience

Eng, Alice

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Neurodiversity in the Library: One Librarian's Experience
author
Eng, Alice
abstract
The literature about neurodiversity and libraries is heavily skewed toward libraries accommodating neurodivergent patrons. There is little written about librarians who are neurodivergent and their professional experiences. In this interview, Charlie Remy, an academic librarian who has autism, discusses his autism, his professional experience, and what others can do to create a more inclusive neurodiverse profession.
subject
diversity
neurodivergent
neurodiversity
librarian
citation
1944-6195 (issn)
28 June 2017 (issue)
date
2018-05-29T20:26:58Z (accessioned)
2018-05-29T20:26:58Z (available)
2017 (issued)
identifier
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/90775 (uri)
http://www.inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2017/neurodiversity-in-the-library/ (uri)
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This work is licensed under a CC Attribution 4.0 License.
source
In the Library with the Lead Pipe
type
Article

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