How the Library is engaging with the Learning, Teaching, Assessment Strategy (LTAS) to support Goldsmiths 'Liberate our degrees'.
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As part of the Library’s strategy, we will engage with the aims of LTAS commitment to 'Liberate our degrees'.
- We will work to diversify our collections, to de-centre Whiteness, to challenge non-inclusive structures in knowledge management and their impact on library collections, users, and services
- We will take an intersectional approach to our liberation work to encompass the many parts of a person’s identity
How we are doing this
We are working alongside Goldsmiths Students’ Union to ensure access, inclusion, and robust learning support for all our students.
Purchasing new books and resources
Student and staff can make as part of ‘Liberate our degrees’.
If you would like to suggest an item for purchase, use the and select ‘Yes’ for the 'Liberate our degrees' initiative question.
All suggestions bought will be discoverable as a collection in Library Search.
You can view all the books and resources for Goldsmiths ‘Liberate our Degree’ by searching for the keyword ‘liberatemydegree’ on Library Search.
Decolonising the curriculum
Collaborating with academic departments and students to identify marginalised groups not represented in the curriculum, and reflect those groups in the acquisition of learning and teaching resources.
Diversifying Reading Lists
Collaborating with teaching staff to create decolonised and inclusive Reading Lists to better represent the identities and experiences of our student body
We offer relevant workshops delivered by the Academic Skills Centre and/or the Library Subject Team, including . The workshops are designed to help students think more critically about how and why we find and use information from a social justice perspective.
We are contributing to the Attainment Working Group and have a member of Library staff on the group.
We are collaborating with Goldsmiths Students’ Union on exhibitions and events using the Library space.
Work with us
We want to work with you, so if there are other ways you’d like us to contribute to the Liberation agenda, please contact library (@gold.ac.uk).