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University of Wyoming Libraries subscribes to a range of online resources focused on LGBTQ+ issues, histories, cultures, and experiences. For LGBTQ Pride Month, here’s a list of just a few of them: LGBT Thought and Culture: Collection of books, periodicals, and archival materials documenting LGBT political, social, and cultural movements throughout the twentieth century and […]
Apparently there are over 100 libraries worldwide that offer them. They are not so much books as they are humans who tell stories, so maybe they should be called human audiobooks or audio-bookish humans. Lots of questions immediately come to mind for library users. Can they be checked out for the entire semester? Are they […]