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-6 pm

Summer Semester:

Limited Staffing

Intercession:

Limited Staffing

INLP Mission

The Indigenous Nations Library Program supports Indigenous learning, promotes Indigenous scholarship, and cultivates Indigenous creation.  The goal is to cultivate and support Indigenous people to be active agents of change in their community by providing culturally safe learning environments, culturally relevant information services and developing a community of scholars that advance scholarship, teaching and intellectual discovery.

Indigenous Learning

To support and culturally interface Indigenous ideas and academic content in a mutually balanced approach.

Indigenous Scholarship

To promote and bring awareness to Indigenous information, publications, research, and ideas!

Indigenous Creation

To cultivate Indigenous ideas, arts, and knowledge for the benefit of the broader intellectual community.

 
 

INLP Program Specialist

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