Indigenous Nations Library Program

About INLP

INLP Mac lab, room 230 and in-person help availble during these times:

Fall & Spring Semesters:

Monday    9am-7pm

Tuesday    9am-7pm

Wednesday    9am-7pm

Thursday    9am-7pm

Friday    9am-4pm

Summer Semester:

Limited Staffing

Intercession:

Limited Staffing

INLP Overview

The Indigenous Nations Library Program (INLP) provides library outreach, information services and academic support to the UNM community. INLP also provides library and research information to surrounding Indigenous communities. The goal for both outreach and information services is to cultivate and support empowered Indigenous people.

  • Reference and information in person on the 2nd floor of Zimmerman library or by email or phone.
  • UNM Native American student retention by teaching students to critically evaluate information resources effectively.  Classroom or one-on-one instruction is available.
  • Outreach programming including library sessions for Native American high school & middle school students, tours of the library and more.
  • Collection development by purchasing materials that support Native American/Indigenous curriculum which is interdisciplinary and includes business, legal, art and historical resources.
  • Facilities include, drop-in study roomns, a practice presentation space and Native American newspaper collection.

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INLP Program Specialist

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Kevin Brown
Contact:
Zimmerman Library
Indigenous Nations Library Program
Room 227
(505) 277-7433