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Implications and Strategies in Collection Development for Multicultural Education at Tennessee State University

This document profiles the role of Tennessee State University's Brown-Daniel Library in its collection development activities for a culturally diverse student body. It recommends that a series of goals and objectives be maintained in the selection criteria of library materials for students having diverse backgrounds. Topics include a brief historical background, school demographics, a description of the Brown-Daniel Library and its multicultural policies and programs, the African-American studies program at Tennessee State University, and a review of the literature on multicultural education.

  • Author/Creator: Kenerson, Murle E.
  • Date Published: 00-00
  • Year: 1996

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