Anthony Haynes writes: Across the fields of librarianship, information science, and grey literature, questions concerning values have come strongly to the fore.
In particular, the notion of decolonisation of intellectual capital has gained currency.
In this interview with John Barbrook, Faculty Librarian at Lancaster University, we discuss the meaning and process of decolonisation.
In the process, we consider the role of providing pathways for library users. In addition, we explore the relationship between grey literature and systematic review.
John Barbrook: https://lancaster.libguides.com/prf.php?account_id=140137
Decolonising Lancaster University https://wp.lancs.ac.uk/decolonising/
Lancaster University library guides:
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