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The SALALM Repository is an online space for storing and accessing papers, presentations, and similar materials relating to Latin Americanist librarianship. Repository contents may be used freely, with proper attribution, in educational and other non-commercial settings. The views of the authors are their own and do not represent the official views of SALALM, its officers, or agents.

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German views of Amazonia through the centuries
What do I do now? Strategies for providing access to library materials in languages you don't know (slide show)
What do I do now? Strategies for providing access to library materials in languages you don't know (presentation notes)
Latin American digital projects: student, faculty, and library collaborations at Vanderbilt
5 things I learned during the Novela Mundial digitization project
Cache Valley, Utah: Latino/Latina voices & history
Finding your history in the library catalog: how subject analysis can improve access to family and local histories
Challenges to Caribbean family history and genealogy: archives, sources, and oral history in Puerto Rico
Opening the vault of eighteenth-century Andean history: a portal to the Conde de Montemar letters at the University of Illinois Library (1761-1799)
The femicide fallacy: tyranny of the ten percent
Integrating the Panama Canal Museum Collection into the University of Florida Libraries
Cultural shifts: putting critical information literacy into practice
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