Intellectual Freedom

“Seats” are still available for SCRLC’s new webinar on Intellectual Freedom.
It is scheduled for Thursday, September 12 (10:00 am- 2:00 pm EDT). Don’t
miss this session will be presented by Barbara M. Jones and Deborah
Caldwell-Stone of the ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom. They will provide
attendees with an overview of intellectual freedom principles and how they
relate to libraries’ policies and day-to-day activities. More details and
registration information are available at Deadline for registrations is
Tuesday, Sept. 10.

Three presentations will address different aspects of intellectual freedom
and its applicability in different types of libraries:

. Sifting & Winnowing: Intellectual Freedom and the Mission of
Academic Libraries by Barbara M Jones

. Protecting Library Users’ Privacy in a Digital Age by Deborah

. Internet Filtering in Public and K-12 School Libraries by Barbara
M. Jones and, Deborah Caldwell-Stone

Please help us to spread the word about this session to colleagues and
co-workers who may be interested. Information about all SCRLC workshops and
events is available on our website at