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
http://www.scrlc.org/events/view/5348 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
Caldwell-Stone

. 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 http://www.scrlc.org

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