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Published: March 15, 2001.

Speakers

Loriene Roy
Professor
University of Texas
Graduate School of Library Information Science
SZB 564
Austin TX
78712 USA
Email: loriene@gslis.utexas.edu

Dr. Loriene Roy is an internationally known expert in Native American librarianship. She has served as President of the American Indian Library Association and as a Councilor-at-Large for the American Library Association. She is a member of other organizaions, including the American Library Association, Association for Library information Science Education, Oral History Association, Popular Culture Association, Public Library Association, and Worldcraft Circle of Native Writers and Storytellers. She has presented over 100 professional papers and has published more than sixty articles, chapters, reports, and documents and co-authored one book, Library and Information Studies in the United States (London: Mansell, 1998). She has experience in oral history project development, having organized a regional oral history project for the Arizona Historical Society, a statewide project for the Texas Library Association, and a national project for the Association for Library Service to Children. She is enrolled on the White Earth Reservation (Minnesota) and is a member of the Pembina Band of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe.

Loriene will present Virtual Museum Collaborations for Cultural Revitalization: The Four Directions Model