The second offering in OIF’s “Intellectual Freedom Summer School” series is a webinar on privacy issues for libraries of all types. “Privacy in the Library: Law, Ethics, and Policy” will take place Tuesday, August 9 from 10-11 a.m. Central and provide an overview of the following topics:
- Privacy laws and ethical codes protecting user privacy in the library
- Creating and implementing library policies to protect user privacy
- Hot topics in library privacy: self-serve holds, surveillance cameras, and third party library vendors (e-books)
Speaker: Deborah Caldwell-Stone is the Deputy Director of the Office for Intellectual Freedom and an attorney who works closely with librarians, teachers, and library trustees on a wide range of intellectual freedom issues, including library privacy and confidentiality. She is on the faculty of the ALA-sponsored Lawyers for Libraries and Law for Librarians workshops and speaks frequently to library groups around the country.
“Intellectual Freedom Summer School” sessions cost $39 for ALA members; $49 for nonmembers; and $95 for groups of two or more attendees at the same location.
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To register by fax, please print and submit the PDF registration form here.
NOTE: Discount pricing is available for those participating in multiple webinars; please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1.800.545.2433 and press 5 to be connected with ALA Member and Customer Service for details.
For more information, visit http://www.ala.org/ala/aboutala/offices/oif/oifprograms/webinars/index.cfm. Contact Angela Maycock at email@example.com with any questions about Intellectual Freedom Summer School offerings.