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Intellectual freedom and privacy

Redmond Kathleen Molz

Intellectual freedom and privacy

comments on a national program for library and information services

by Redmond Kathleen Molz

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  • 33 Currently reading

Published by National Commission on Libraries and Information Science in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Freedom of information -- United States.,
  • Privacy, Right of -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementR. Kathleen Molz.
    SeriesED 100 395, Related paper - National Commission on Libraries and Information Science, National Program for Library and Information Services -- 10
    The Physical Object
    Pagination46 leaves. --
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19563814M

      If interested, please contact the editor at [email protected] for a list of books and further guidelines. Commentaries: words; short think pieces, essays, or opinion pieces on topics pertaining to intellectual freedom and privacy in . Intellectual freedom is covered in library school, but often front-line staff aren’t librarians and may not have had the same depth of training on importance of privacy and equal access. An organizational culture that supports intellectual freedom is as important—perhaps more so—as policies that do .

      Autonomy privacy is a precondition of the intellectual freedom Richards exalts in his essay (above), and refers to one's right to control one's social identity and reputation. Bermann asks, "If we lose track of privacy in higher education, what does that mean for the rest of society going forward?". Andrea Jamison looks at Intellectual Freedom in the school library and how school librarians can become advocates for access, privacy, and the right to read what one chooses. Heather Moorefield-Lang explores the legacies we each leave behind as digital citizens and why it is important to teach that concept as an integral part of digital literacy.

    Ensuring Intellectual Freedom and Access to Information in the School Library Media Program. Helen Adams. Libraries Unlimited, Intellectual Freedom Manual. 9th ed. American Library Association, Libraries, Access and Intellectual Freedom: Developing Policies . - Explore Jen Coventry's board "Intellectual Freedom" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Banned books week, Banned books, Freedom pins.


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