JUL 13

Designing for Diversity in Your Library’s Communications

Motivations, ideas, and inspiration for supporting diverse populations and creating community with care.

Being intentional and inclusive in the design of your library’s communications, in both physical and digital library spaces, can support and enrich your library’s accessibility, diversity, and equity. The graphics, language, or format selected for communications provide an opportunity to create more welcoming spaces which reflect and represent your community’s diversity, including—but not limited to—race, gender, or neurodiversity. Explore the importance of inclusion and representation in design and take a fresh look at how your library’s signage, marketing materials, and online communication can contribute to a sense of belonging for all.

Presented by: Mollie Peuler, eLearning Librarian, Appalachian State University (NC)

Tweet: #wjwebinar

Access Recording

  • View Webinar Recording (Coming Soon)

Webinar Attachments

  • View slides (pdf) (Coming Soon)
  • View chat (xls) (Coming Soon)
  • View captions (txt) (Coming Soon)
  • Learner Guide (doc) Use alone or with others to extend your learning. (Coming Soon)

Related Resources and Links


Image Collections

On Language

On Critical Design

Register to attend


13 July 2023


3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Eastern Daylight Time, North America [UTC -4]

Webinar presenter Mollie Peuler