July 14, 2017 – Collated by OIF Staff and News Interns Intellectual Freedom Highlights Sexual harassment and the internet | Intellectual Freedom Blog; “My correspondent made various misleading claims […]. […]
It is ironically unsurprising that a book about freedom and choice would inspire some to want to limit readers’ freedom to choose to read it.
Conejo Valley Unified School District; Intellectual freedom and open access: Working toward a common goal?; Open call for submissions to Journal of Intellectual Freedom & Privacy
Field reports, free Booklist webinar featuring Kristin Pekoll, and campus speech
The way I jumped head first into Google Apps for Education as a teacher and school librarian exemplifies my problematic ask-privacy-questions-later approach to student data security. When I read “How Google Took Over the Classroom” in the New York Times last week, I saw myself and my role in Google’s ascension to the K-12 tech throne in a new, more problematic light.
Net neutrality under attack; Protecting Patron Privacy: A LITA Guide; Federal Court Revives Wikimedia’s Challenge
The Florida legislature is well on its way to approving a bill that could have dramatic consequences for Florida students’ and teachers’ intellectual freedom. Proponents of HB 989 / SB 1210 claim that the bill improves transparency and gives parents a stronger voice in their children’s education. But we have to ask questions about these claims.
What better way to start your weekend than by reading IF News—featuring FCC, Little Free Libraries & 13 Reasons Why
Don’t miss out on subscribing to the Banned Books Week Box for extra savings every year. Monday, May 1 kicks off 2017 Choose Privacy Week.
National Library Week is going strong and with it the 2016 Top Ten Most Challenged Books.