Posts Tagged as ‘IFC’

June 25, 2010

IF Issue: Book Labeling, plus how to get involved in IF activities

Conable Scholarship recipient Aubrey Madler will be blogging her thoughts about the ALA Annual Conference throughout the week.  This is the second installment. Wow, where do I begin? This was day one of ALA Annual 2010 and I played a bit of ping pong trying to catch at least portions of the various IF-related sessions […]

July 11, 2009

Speaker change for Monday’s “Privacy in an Era of Change” panel

There is a change of speakers for Monday’s ALA Annual Conference panel “Privacy in an Era of Change,” sponsored by the Office for Intellectual Freedom and the Washington Office. Jeff Jarvis will be unable to join us.  In his place will be Craig Wacker, program office for the Digital Media & Learning initiative of the […]

July 6, 2009

Intellectual Freedom 101, this Friday at ALA Conference

We invite all those who are new to ALA’s Annual Conference, to librarianship, to ALA itself, or to the world of Intellectual Freedom to attend the following session: Intellectual Freedom 101 Friday, July 10, 2009 5:00 p.m. — 6:00 p.m. McCormick Place West, Room W-194a This session is part of ALA’s “Conference 101” series of […]

June 30, 2009

West Bend librarians and community activists share censorship stories at ALA Annual Conference

Meet the librarians and community members who are fighting to keep library materials on the shelves in West Bend, Wisconsin! A special panel sponsored by the the ALA Intellectual Freedom Committee and the Freedom to Read Foundation at ALA’s Annual Conference in Chicago, Illinois will feature West Bend Community Library director Michael Tyree, young adult […]

April 24, 2009

Division Intellectual Freedom Committee Resources, Contacts, and Activities

Much of the great intellectual freedom work happening in the American Library Association is done at the division level.  Recently, OIF has begun to compile the various publications, resources, and upcoming activities going on, from AASL to YALSA.  Take a look at the list below to see some great programs planned for 2009 Annual Conference, […]