Posts Tagged as ‘meeting rooms’

March 29, 2012

PLA puts on great conference in Philly – an IF overview

Kudos to the Public Library Association for a very well-run and informative conference earlier this month in Philadelphia! The week was chock-full of intellectual freedom offerings, including several programs featuring OIF staff and member leaders. Of particular interest to me was the recurring theme in several sessions of challenges to library materials that go unreported. This […]

June 15, 2010

IFC/FTRF Issues Briefing Tackles Meeting Rooms, Internet Filtering, and Organized Challenges

The IFC/FTRF Issues Briefing at the 2010 ALA Annual Conference features two speakers who will spotlight cutting edge intellectual freedom issues that are raising questions and concerns for libraries today. Theresa Chmara, general counsel for the Freedom to Read Foundation and a faculty member for ALA’s acclaimed Lawyers for Libraries and Law for Librarians programs, […]