References LGBT Are they being served?

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References LGBT Are they being served?


Helton, R. (2010). Diversity Dispatch: Reaching Out to LGBT Library Patrons. Kentucky Libraries, 74(2), 14-16.

Stringer-Stanback, K. (2011). Young Adult Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Non-Fiction Collections and Countywide Anti-Discrimination Policies. Urban Library Journal, 17(1), 1-27.

Alexander, L. B., & Miselis, S. D. (2007). Barriers to GLBTQ Collection Development and Strategies for Overcoming Them. Young Adult Library Services, 5(3), 43-49.

Schrader, A. M. (2007). “I Thought I'd Find Myself at the Library”, LGBTQ Services & Collections in Public and School Libraries. PNLA Quarterly, 72(1), 4-9.

Rauch, E. W. (2010). GLBTQ Collections Are for Every Library Serving Teens!. Voice Of Youth Advocates, 33(3), 216-218.

Schrader, A. M. (2009). Challenging Silence, Challenging Censorship, Building Resilience: LGBTQ Services and Collections in Public, School and Post-Secondary Libraries. Feliciter, 55(3), 107-109.

Hill, N. (2007). Out and About: Serving the GLBT Population @ your library. Public Libraries, 46(4), 18-24.

Gardner, C. A. (2006). Welcoming Our GLBT Patrons. Virginia Libraries, 52(2), 45-50.



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