Answered By: William Kinney
Last Updated: May 09, 2017     Views: 13

This inclusive program is housed in Zimmerman Library, 2nd floor, and offers:

  • Reference and instruction services related to Indigenous Studies and Research
  • Events promoting Indigenous scholarship and cultural heritage
  • Culturally sensitive outreach events and programs
  • Active engagement with middle and high school programs via library tours, instruction and information literacy
  • Zimmerman Library's only iMac computer lab with MS Office software
  • Two drop-in study rooms and one large, reserve-able meeting room
  • Current and recent back issues of native newspapers:
    • Cherokee One Feather, Fort Apache Scout, Indian Time, Jicarilla Chieftain, Navajo - Hopi Observer, Navajo Times, and News from Indian Country: The Journal
  • Newly acquired Indigenous Books and Journals in the INLP Gathering Place:
    • Cultural Survival Quarterly, Journal of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association

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