Posts Tagged as ‘Barbara Jones’

May 30, 2014

Barbara Jones article on “The Speaker” program

American Libraries magazine blog The Scoop has uploaded the article penned by OIF Executive Director Barbara Jones announcing the conference program on The Speaker. I was a student at Columbia University’s School of Library Service at the time, and my professors advocated on both sides of the issue. …  Recently, I was warned by members who […]

March 21, 2012

SXSW: Privacy – A Hot Topic at Interactive

Last week, OIF Director Barbara Jones attended her  first SXSW in Austin.  Here’s the third installment of her blog posts from the event.  See the other two here and here. Privacy advocates, we have our work cut out for us!  There were plenty of programs on privacy, and not always very big audiences.  Some of the big players, like Google […]

December 16, 2010

New Library Technology Reports issue focuses on intellectual freedom and privacy

OIF is excited to have participated in the production of the most recent issue of Library Technology Reports, which focuses on intellectual freedom and privacy issues in today’s technology.  Articles include: ·    Libraries, Technology, and the Culture of Privacy by OIF Director Barbara M. Jones ·    User-Generated Content by Eli Neiburger ·    Internet Filtering by Sarah Houghton-Jan ·   […]

November 1, 2010

Bob Simon interviews Barbara Jones and Stephen Chbosky

OIF Director Barbara Jones was a featured guest on this weekend’s Bob Edwards radio show.  Edwards is the erstwhile host of NPR’s Morning Edition, and has had his own show on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio since 2004.  Listen to them talk about banned/challenged books and privacy on this podcast. And as a bonus, check out this […]