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Diversity Collection Audit & Assessment

Collection Evaluation and Assessment - General

Agee, J. (2005). Collection evaluation: A foundation for collection development. Collection Building, 24(3), 92-95.

Duncan, C. J., and O'Gara, G. M. (2015). Building holistic and agile collection development and assessment. Performance Measurement and Metrics, 16(1), 62-85.

Gregory, V. L. (2019). Collection development and management for 21st century library collections: An introduction (2nd ed.). American Library Association

Harker, K., Crawford, L. and Condrey C. (2019). The collection assessment is done. Library Assessment Conference.

Hughes, M. (2016). A long-term study of collection use based on detailed Library of Congress classification, a statistical tool for collection management decisions. Collection Management, 41(3), 152-167.

Johnson, P. (2018). Fundamentals of collection development and management (4th ed.). ALA Editions.

Johnson, Q. (2016). Moving from analysis to assessment: Strategic assessment of library collections. Journal of Library Administration, 56(4):488-498.

Kelly, M. M. (2021). The complete collections assessment manual: A holistic approach. Chicago: ALA Neal-Schuman.

Kelly, M., & O’gara, G. (2018). Collections assessment: Developing sustainable programs and projects. Serials Librarian, 74(1-4), 19-29.

Kohn, K. C. (2013). Usage-based collection evaluation with a curricular focus. College and Research Libraries, 74(1), 85-97.

Kohn, K. C. (2015). Collection evaluation in academic libraries: A practical guide for librarians. Rowman & Littlefield.

Lantzy, T., Matlin, T., & Opdahl, J. (2020). Creating a library-wide collection management cycle: One academic library’s approach to continuous collection assessment. Journal of Library Administration, 60(2), 155-166.

Sanchez-Rodriguez, N. A. (2018). Mixed methods of assessment: measures of enhancing library services in academia. Collection & Curation, 37(3), 111-118.

Collection Evaluation and Assessment - Diversity

Aase, L. (2017). There Is no view from nowhere: User experience research at the Center of Southwest Studies Library. Collection Management, 42(3-4), 139-158.

Backowski, R.M. & Morton, T.R. (2019). Something to talk about: The intersection of library assessment and collection diversity. Proceedings of the Charleston Library Conference.

Bickmore, S. T., Xu, Y., & Sheridan, M. (2017). Where are the people of color?: Representation of cultural diversity in the National Book Award for Young People’s Literature and advocating for diverse books in a non-post racial society. Taboo, 16(1), 39-54.

Black, K. (2010). What books by African American women were acquired by American academic libraries?: A study of institutional legitimation, exclusion, and implicit censorship. Edwin Mellen Press.

Blackburn, H., & Farooq, O. (2020). LGBTQIA-R: Creating a diverse and inclusive medical collection at a public metropolitan university. Collection Management, 45(1), 3-18.

Blume, R. & Roylance, A. (2020). Decolonization in collection development: Developing an authentic authorship workflow. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 46(5). https://doi:10.1016/j.acalib.2020.102175

Bolton, B. A. (2009). Women’s studies collections: A checklist evaluation. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 35(3), 221-226.

Bosman, E. (2016). The availability of gay and lesbian materials in Protestant college libraries. Collection Management, 41(2), 94-106.

Bosman, E. (2023). The availability of Spanish language LGBTQ nonfiction books in the United States–Mexico borderland. Collection Management, 48(3), 257-281.

Bowers, J., Crowe, K., & Keeran, P. (2017). If you want the history of a white man, you go to the library: Critiquing our legacy, addressing our library collections gaps. Collection Management, 42(3-4), 159-179.

Bradley-Ridout, G., Mahetaji, K., & Mitchell, M. (2023). Using a reverse diversity audit approach to evaluate a dermatology collection in an academic health sciences library: A case presentation. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 49(6), 1-5.

Bright, K., and Ghouse, N. J. (2018). Taking AIM: Integrating organization development into the creation of a diversity, equity, and inclusion audit. Proceedings of the 2018 Library Assessment Conference. 589-598.

Brillant, B., Guessferd, M. R., Snieg, A. L., Jones, J. J., Keeler, T., & Stephenson, P. L. (2022). Assessing diversity in hospital library collections. Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 41(4), 424-438.

Cahill, M., Ingram, E., & Joo, S. (2021). Storytime programs as mirrors, windows, and sliding glass doors? Addressing children’s needs through diverse book selection. The Library Quarterly, 91(3), 269-284.

Ciszek, M. P., & Young, C. L. (2010). Diversity collection assessment in large academic libraries. Collection Building, 29(4), 154-161.

Delaney-Lehman, M. J. (1996). Assessing the library collection for diversity. Collection Management, 20(3/4), 29-38.

Dobson, C., & Kushkowski, J. D. (1996). Collection evaluation for interdisciplinary fields: A comprehensive approach. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 22(4), 279-284.

Emerson, M. E., & Lehman, L. G. (2022). Who are we missing? Conducting a diversity audit in a Liberal Arts college library. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 48(3), 1-11.

England, E. (2023) Perpetuating whiteness: Disrupting the dominant narrative in academic library collections. Journal of Radical Librarianship, 9, 98-115.

Fischer, R. K. (2023). Automating the diversity audit process. Information Technology and Libraries, 42(3), 1-4.

Friebel, J. (2019). The benefits & limits of diversity audits. Reading While White.

Fuller-Gregory, C. (2022). The whole picture: How diversity, equity, and inclusion auditing tools help build stronger collections. Library Journal, 147(6) 30-31.

Gibney, M., Paris, M., & Wells, V. (2022). A diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) approach to collection development in a university library. Scholarly Commons. (Pre-print).

Graziano, V. (2016). LGBTQ collection assessment: Library ownership of resources cited by Master’s students. College & Research Libraries, 77(1), 114-127. h

Gross, H. (2019). “Diversity in the Stacks” initiative aims to make all students feel at home in the Library. The Daily Pennsylvanian.

Hererra, G. (2016). Undergraduate library collection use and diversity: Testing for racial and gender differences. portal: Libraries and the Academy, 16(4), 763-774.

Ibacache, K. (2021). University libraries as advocates for Latin American indigenous languages and cultures. College & Research Libraries, 82(2), 182-198.

Intner, S. S., & Futas, E. (1996). The role and impact of Library of Congress Classification on the assessment of women's studies collections. Library Acquisitions: Practice and Theory, 20(3), 267-279.

Jensen, K. (2018). Diversity auditing 101: How to evaluate your collection.

Jones, S. R., Kim, T., & Lapworth, E. (2021). Beyond the Las Vegas strip: Assessing archival diversity at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. In Oral session presentation at the meeting of the 2021 SAA Research Forum. Virtual.

Jorgenson, S., & Burress, R. (2020). Analyzing the diversity of a high school library collection. Knowledge Quest, 48(5), 48-53.

Kennedy, M., Conner-Gaten, A., Hazlitt, J., Garibay, J., & Ramirez, M. (2018). Assessing the diversity of the e-collection of the William H. Hannon Library: A phased project.

Keough, B. (2002). Documenting diversity: Developing special collections of underdocumented groups. Library Collections, Acquisitions, & Technical Services, 26(3), 241-51.

Koob, A.R., Aguilera, A., Carey, F.C., Li, X., Dolan, N.T. and Watkins, A. (2023). Beyond the diversity audit: Uncovering Whiteness in our collections. In K. Black & B. Mehra (Eds.) Antiracist library and information science: Racial justice and community (pp. 69-86). Emerald Publishing Limited.

Kristick, L. (2020). Diversity literary awards: A tool for assessing an academic library's collection. Collection Management, 45(2), 151-161.

Lawrence, E. E., & Floegel, D. (2022). Creating award winners in the library: An account of “reprizing.” The Library Quarterly, 92(1), 39–67.

Linton, J., & Ducas, A. (2017). A new tool for collection assessment: One library’s response to the Calls to Action Issued by Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Collection Management, 42(3/4), 256-279.

Lupien, P. (2007). GLBT/Sexual Diversity Studies students and academic libraries: A study of user perceptions and satisfaction. Canadian Journal of Information & Library Sciences, 31(2), 131-147.

Ly, V. (2018). Assessment of multilingual collections in public libraries: A case study of the Toronto Public Library. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice, 13(3), 17-31. https://doi/org/10.18438/eblip29408

Manuell, R., McEntee, K., & Chester, M. (2019). The equity collection: Analysis and transformation of the Monash University Design Collection. Art Libraries Journal, 44(3), 119-123.

Marchant, M., & Camacho, L. (2023). What’s missing? Evaluating a university library collection for workplace diversity, equity, and inclusion using WorldCat. Collection Management, 48(4), 339-359.

Masuchika, G. N. (2013). “Yellowface” in movies: A survey of American academic collections. Collection Building, 32(1), 31-36.

Matheson, M., Tait, E., & Reynolds, S. (2020). Checking the pulse of LGBTIQ+ inclusion and representation in the academic library: A literature review. Journal of the Australian Library & Information Association, 69(1), 31-46.

Mathews, E. (2021). Representational belonging in collections: A comparative study of leading trade publications in Architecture. Library Resources & Technical Services, 65(3), 96-112.

Matthews, J., & Kyrillidou, M. (2023). A quick test for a collection assessment using a DEI lens. Public Libraries, 62(5), 18-21.

Maxey-Harris, C. (2010). Multicultural e-resources: an exploratory study of resources held by ARL libraries. Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 29(1), 65-80.

Monroe-Gulick, A. & Morris, S.E. (2023). Diversity in monographs: Selectors, acquisitions, publishers, and vendors. Collection Management, 38(3), 210-233.

Mortensen, A. (2019). Measuring diversity in the collection: A collection diversity audit is a crucial tool for libraries to assess their offerings. Starting small makes it manageable. Library Journal, 144(4), 28-30.

Moss, E. (2008). An inductive evaluation of a public library GLBT collection. Collection Building, 27(4), 149-156.

Oliva, K. S. I., Munoz-Diaz, J., Berry, C. M., & Vance, E. A. (2020). Forgotten Hispano-American literature: Representation of Hispano-American presses in academic libraries. College & Research Libraries, 81(6), 928–944.

Ostos, M. (2017). What do they use? Where do they get it? An interdisciplinary citation analysis of Latin American Studies faculty monographs, 2004-2013. College & Research Libraries, 78(5), 567-577.

Pedersen, J. (2022). Measuring collection diversity via exploratory analysis of collection metadata. The Serials Librarian, 82(1-4), 186-193.

Phelps, S F. (2020). Assessing a consortium for a multidisciplinary subject. Collection Management, 46(1), 35-56.

Proctor, J. (2020). Representation in the collection: Assessing coverage of LGBTQ content in an academic library collection. Collection Management, 45(2), 223-234.

Rama, J., Samson, K. B., & Soriente, V. C. (2022). DLSU Libraries’ collection assessment about Philippine languages collection and collection mapping of Filipino reference list. IAFOR Journal of Literature & Librarianship, 11(1), 21–32.

Salem, L. (2022). How diverse is the academic library children’s picture book collection? Using Diverse BookFinder’s content analysis, demographic data, and historical bibliographies to analyze a picture book collection. Collection Management, 47(2-3), 115-135.

Scoggins, R. (2018). Broadening your library's collection: Implementing a LGBTQIA collection development project. College & Research Libraries News, 79(3), 114-126.

Shaffer, C. A. (2013). An examination of diversity within three southeastern academic libraries: A mixed-methods, multi-site study (Publication No. 3583107) [Doctoral dissertation, Alabama State University]. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing.

Shotick, K. (2024). Uncovering Whiteness in academic library collections: A study of author identities in Journalism monographs. Collection Management.

Speer, E. (2022a). Communicating with vendors in support of DEI collection evaluations. Online Searcher, 46(1), 26-29.

Speer, E. (2022b). DEI collection evaluation. Texas Library Journal, 98(4), 9-11.

Stewart, B., & Kendrick, K. D. (2019). “Hard to find”: Information barriers among LGBT college students. Aslib Journal of Information Management, 71(5), 601-617.

Stone, S. M. (2020). Whose Play Scripts Are Being Published? A Diversity Audit of One Library’s Collection in Conversation with the Broader Play Publishing World. Collection Management, 45(4), 304-320.

Taler, I. (2011). The Jewish Studies Book Awards: A collection development strategy for non-sectarian academic libraries. Collection Building, 30(1), 11-38.

Thompson, H. H., Smith, A., Ostos, M., & Gardinier, L. (2019). Borrowing Latin American materials in the Big Ten Academic Alliance: A case study for consortial data analysis. College & Research Libraries, 80(6), 766-786.

Tillay, R., & Chapman, C. (2019). A new digital method for assessing the diversity of creator identities in the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library Media Services DVD collection. Music Reference Services Quarterly, 22(1), 57-64.

Vega Garcia, S. A. (2000). Racial and ethnic diversity in academic library collections: Ownership and access of African American and U.S. Latino periodical literature. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 25(5), 311-322.

Voels, S. (2022). Auditing diversity in library collections. Libraries Unlimited.

Wagner, T. L., & Crowley, A. (2020). Why are bathrooms inclusive if the stacks exclude? Systemic exclusion of trans and gender nonconforming persons in post-Trump academic librarianship. Reference Services Review, 48(1), 159-181.

Walters, W. H. (2023). Assessing diversity in academic library book collections: Diversity audit principles and methods. Open Information Science, 7(1), 60-68.

Wells, V., Gibney, M., & Paris, M. (2022). Student learning and engagement in a DEI collection audit: Applying the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy. College & Research Libraries News, 83(8), 335-340.

Wells, V., Gibney, M., Paris, M., & Pfitzer, C. (2023). Student participation in a DEI audit as High-Impact Practice. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 49(1), 1-9.

Whelan, D. L. (2007). Gay titles missing in most AR libraries. School Library Journal, 53(1), 18.

Williams, V. K., & Deyoe, N. (2014). Diverse population, diverse collection? Youth collections in the United States.” Technical Services Quarterly, 31(2), 97-121.

Williams, V. K., & Deyoe, N. (2015). Controversy and diversity: LGBTQ titles in academic library youth collections. Library Resources & Technical Services, 59(2), 62-71.

Wood, C. (2021). Counting the collection: Diversity audits assess representation in library materials, but most examples focus on children’s books. Library Journal, 146(5), 26-29.

Collection Building

Abbazio, J. M., Boddie, A., & Ogihara, E. (2022). Music libraries and an expanding repertory: Suggested strategies for building diverse music library collections. Notes, 78(3), 353–379. 

Adler, M. (2007). Meeting the needs of LGBTIQ library users and their librarians: A study of user satisfaction and LGBTIQ collection development in academic libraries. In E. Greenblatt (Ed.). Serving LGBTIQ library and archives users: Essays on outreach, service, collections and access (184-193). McFarland.

Agee, J., & Solis, J. (2004). Spanish language books: A review of print and online resources. Collection Building, 23(2), 87-95.

Alexander, D. L. (2013). American Indian studies, multiculturalism, and the academic library. College & Research Libraries,74(1), 60-68.

Antell, K., Strothmann, M., & Downey, J. (2013). Self-censorship in selection of LGBT-themed materials. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 53(2), 104-107.

Baildon, M., Hamlin, D., Jankowski, C., Kauffman, R., Lanigan, J., Miller, M., Venlet, J., & Willer, A. M. (2017). Creating a social justice mindset: Diversity, inclusion, and social justice in the Collections Directorate of the MIT Libraries.

Carter, S. J., Clarke, K. L., Grant, M., Marsolek, W., Nelsen, K. (2022). Retrospectively purchasing ebooks to amplify diverse voices and perspectives at the University of Minnesota Libraries.

Clarke, K. L. (2007). LGBTIQ users and collections in academic libraries. In E. Greenblatt (Ed.). Serving LGBTIQ library and archives users: essays on outreach, service, collections and access (81-93). McFarland.

Clement, S. K., and Nixon, J. M. (2017). Sharing knowledge and smashing stereotypes: Representing Native American, First Nation, and Indigenous realities in library collections. [Editorial]. Collection Management, 41(3), 188-189.

Conner-Gaten, A., Caragher, K.; and Drake, T. (2017). Collections decoded: Reflections and strategies for anti-racist collection development. Brick & Click Libraries Conference Proceedings, 151-158.

Dilevko, J. (2008). An alternative vision of librarianship: James Danky and the sociocultural politics of collection development. Library Trends, 56(3), 678-704.

Dzurak, E., Falloon, K. A., & Cope, J. (2015). Evaluating and planning for interdisciplinary collection development: A case of an East Asian collection at the College of Staten Island Library. Collection Building, 34(2), 51-58.

Elrod, R., & Kester, B. (2020). Diverse BookFinder: BIPOC collection development for children’s and young adult collections. College & Research Libraries News, 81(10), 481-485.

Estelle-Homer, S. M., Limpitlaw, A., & Spomer, M. (2021). Can you find yourself in the stacks? Building diverse collections in Religion and Theology. ATLA Seventy-fifth Annual Conference, Summary of Proceedings.

Fleming, A., and Whitfield, J.S. (2001). Mining prospector: Enhancing collection development in Women's Studies. Colorado Libraries, 27(2), 38-41.

Foster, M. J. (2018). Navigating library collections, black culture, and current events. Library Trends, 67(1), 8–22.

Frederiksen, L. (2014). Diversity in libraries. Public Services Quarterly, 10(3), 224-228.

Gilbert, E. D. (1999). Diversity and collection development. Library Philosophy and Practice, 1(2).

Gough, G. & Greenblatt, E. (2007). Barriers to selecting materials about sexual and gender diversity. In E. Greenblatt (Ed.). Serving LGBTIQ library and archives users: essays on outreach, service, collections and access (165-173). McFarland.

Harrington, M. (2021). Rethinking diversity beyond catalogue representation: lessons from efforts to develop a methodology to evaluate diversity within the National Library of Australia. Journal of the Australian Library and Information Association, 70(1), 23-43.

Hendricks, L., & Springs, G. R. (2022). Amplifying antiracism resources through intra-university collaboration. Collaborative Librarianship, 13(1), 40-50.

Jahnke, L. M., Tanaka, K., & Palazzolo, C. A. (2022). Ideology, policy, and practice: Structural barriers to collections diversity in research and college libraries. College & Research Libraries, 83(2), 166-183.

Karavadra, H. (2021). Represent: Building diverse library collections in collaboration with library users. Insights the UKSG Journal, 34(13), 1-8.

Kester, B. (2021). Diversifying an academic library's children's and young adult collection: A case study from the University of Florida's education library. Collection Management, 47(2-3), 136-156.

LaFond, D. M., Van Ullen, M. K., & Irving, R. D. (2000). Diversity in collection development: Comparing access strategies to alternative press periodicals. College & Research Libraries, 61(2), 136-144.

Leung, S. (2019). Whiteness as Collections. Sofia Leung.

Macaulay, D. (2023). Applications of diversity language to descriptions of collection development activities at academic libraries: An exploratory analysis of strategic plans and diversity information webpages. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 49(4), 102739-.

Mathuews, K. (2016). Moving beyond diversity to social justice: A call to action for academic libraries. Progressive Librarian, 44, 6-27.

Michalak, R., Rysavy, M. D. T., & Dawes, T. A. (2019). vs. EBSCO’s GOBI Library Solutions: Evaluating new and used book vendors while building a diverse collection. Technical Services Quarterly, 36(1), 18-43.

Neal, K. M. (2002). Cultivating diversity: The donor connection. Collection Management, 27(2), 33-42.

Pavenick, A., & Martinez, G. (2022). Hearing and being heard: LGBTQIA+ cross-disciplinary collection development. Collection and Curation, 41(4), 109-115.

Price, A. C. (2022). Barriers to an inclusive academic library collection. Collection and Curation, 41(3), 97-100.

Quinn, B. (2012). Collection development and the psychology of bias. The Library Quarterly, 82(3), 277-304.

Roy, L. (2017). Keeping up: Building your indigenous collection. Collection Management, 42(3/4), 226-239.

Roy, L. (2019). Finding face: Building collections to support indigenous identity. Collection & Curation, 38(1), 19-22.

Ryan, M. (2022). Building bibliodiversity. portal: Libraries and the academy, 22(4), 777-781.

Schiff, R. A. (2019). The Roma and documentary film: Considerations for collection development. Journal of Librarianship & Information Science, 51(4), 1022-1032.

Schomberg, J., & Grace, M. (2005). Expanding a collection to reflect diverse user populations. Collection Building, 24(4), 124-126.

Smith, C. (2023). Building Diverse Collections. American Libraries, 54(6), 60–61.

Taler, I. (2018). Globalization of area studies: an analysis of collection development resources. Collection and Curation, 37(3), 97-110.

Walters, W. H., Gormley, J., Handfield, A. E., Lopez-Fitzsimmons, B. M., Markgren, S., Paradise, L., & Sheehan, S. E. (2020). Library book selection decisions and selectors’ effectiveness: Differences among librarians, faculty, and students. College & Research Libraries, 81(4), 617-645.

Wilson, M. C., & Edelman, H. (1996). Collection development in an interdisciplinary context. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 22(3), 195-200.

Young, C. L. (2006). Collection development and diversity on CIC academic library web sites. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 32(4), 370–376.


Alley, A., & Castillo, R. (2022). Diversifying the collection: An acquisitions assessment tool. Virtual Library of Virginia.

Baildon, M., Imamoto, B., Hudson, J., & Finn, R. (2018). Putting our values into action: Integrating diversity, inclusion, & social justice into collection management & technical services. Charleston conference.

Bright, K., & Ghouse, N. J. (2018). Taking AIM: Integrating organization development into the creation of a diversity, equity, and inclusion audit. Library Assessment Conference.

Cox, D. II. (2021). Introductory diversity audits. Alaska Library Association Conference.

Doherty, A., Bosman, E., & Johnson, T.V. (2019). Creating an inclusive collection: Selecting and evaluating diverse resources. ACRL-Choice.

Durant, S., Kendrick, C., McManus, H., & Weber, C. S. (2021). Practical steps towards diversifying collections. OCLC.

Emerson, M. E., & Lehman, L. G. (2022). Who are we missing? Diversity audits to assess academic library collections. Infobase.

Evangelestia-Dougherty, T., Backowski, R., & Galvan, S. (2021). Cultures of collecting: Sustaining diversity, equity and inclusion in collection development. Association of College & Research Libraries.

Grimes, N., Baildon, M., Imamoto, B., & Hudson, J. (2018). Putting our values into action: Evaluating & developing monographic collections for diversity & inclusion. Acquisitions Institute.

Imamoto, B., Bliss-Zaks, E., Baildon, M., & Hudson, J. (2019). The importance of Being Inclusive: Diversity in collection development for academic Libraries. American Libraries.

Kennedy, M., & Ramirez, M. (2018). Assessing the diversity of the e-collection of the William H. Hannon Library. Library Assessment Conference.

Kwast, M. (2023). California Lutheran University’s diversity audit: A project in progress. SCELCapalooza.

Maness, J., Keeran, P., Crowe, K., Bowers, J., & Tharp, S. (2019). Collection diversification at the University of Denver Libraries. Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries.

Powe, K. (2022). From diversity to inclusion: How to audit your collection and why. Niche Academy.

Seguin, R. (2022). Collection diversity audits: A brief literature review. Florida Association of College & Research Libraries.

Wells, V., Gibney, M., & Paris, M. (2021). Diversity, equity, and inclusion - Library audit report. University of the Pacific.

Young, C., & Ciszek, M. P. (2008). Measuring diversity in collection development: Strategies for the new millennium. Kentucky Library Association/South East Library Association/Association of Research Libraries/National Diversity In Libraries Joint Conference.

Guides & Tookits

Bledsoe, K., Cooper, D. M., Schonfeld, R. C., & Rieger, O. Y. (2022). Leading by diversifying collections A guide for academic library leadership. Ithaka S-R.

Bogan, K. (2020). Diversity audit: A practical guide. Don’t Shush Me!

Emerson, E. E., & Lehman, L. G. (2021). Filling in the gaps: A diversity audit toolkit from Tredway Library.

Oregon Library Association. Equity, diversity, inclusion & antiracism toolkit. (2021).

Vex, A.D., and Castillo, R. (2023). Diversifying the collection: An acquisitions assessment tool.

Scholarly Publishing

Greco, A. N., Wharton, R. M., & Brand, A. (2016). Demographics of scholarly publishing and communication professionals. Learned Publishing, 29(2), 97-101.

Hopkins, A. L., Jawitz, J. W., McCarty, C., Goldman, A., & Basu, N. B. (2013). Disparities in publication patterns by gender, race and ethnicity based on a survey of a random sample of authors. Scientometrics, 96(2), 515-534.

McLaughlin, B. (2021). Reckoning with Whiteness in scholarly publishing. The Scholarly Kitchen.

Mertkan, S., Arsan, N., Inal Cavlan, G., & Onurkan Aliusta, G. (2017). Diversity and equality in academic publishing: the case of educational leadership. Compare, 47(1), 46–61.

ProQuest. (2021). Improving diversity and inclusion in scholarly publishing: Why scholarly resources about underrepresented communities need to be written by and for people from those communities.

Roh, C. (2016). Library publishing and diversity values: Changing scholarly publishing through policy and scholarly communication education. College & Research Libraries News, 77(2), 82-85.

Shea, N., Mulvihill, G., La Bianca, V., & Hanchar, A. (2018). Who is publishing diverse books best? Publishing Research Quarterly, 34(2), 207–217.

Saha, A., & van Lente, S. (2022). How the marketing and selling of books by authors of colour produces racial inequalities in publishing. Studies in Book Culture, 13(2), 1-31.

So, R. J., & Wezerek, G. (2020). Just how white is the book industry? The New York Times.