Is there a limit to academic freedom? How to lock down what websites can access on your computer; (When) Should curriculum changes be called censorship?
Iowa man burns children’s books from public library to protest Orange City Pride; Attack of the porn hunters; 5 different ways IT directors handle student data privacy
Education is not Pornography; NC high school pulls book ‘Beartown’ from honors class after parents complain; Is This True? A Fake News Database
September 28, 2018 – Collated by OIF Staff and News Editors Intellectual Freedom Highlights Dear Banned Author | What would you say to your favorite banned and challenged author? This Banned Books Week (September […]
FB Live Event: 6 ways to express your inner activist for Banned Books Week; To restore civil society, start with the library; ALA’s new Graphic Novels & Comics Round Table is open for membership
Official resigns amid debate over ‘Drag Queen Story Time’; Closed Georgia libraries win reprieve; Leading the Conversation against Book Ratings and “Red Flags”: A Call to Action for English Teachers
Raise the volume on Banned Books Week: Facebook Live event with OIF; ALA Council rescinds Meeting Rooms: An Interpretation of the Library Bill of Rights; Library axes 3-D printers amid concerns over printing guns
Do trigger warnings help or harm? Library Values & Privacy in our National Digital Strategies; #BannedBooksWeek is September 23-29, 2018. Stock up on free downloads and social media art!
American Association of School Librarians (AASL) Releases a New Resource Guide: “Defending Intellectual Freedom: LGBTQ+ Materials in School Libraries”;
Laura Ingalls Wilder Award – when is it censorship? More than a week – ‘Choose Privacy’ is now an everyday choice; Three Queens: Perspectives on Drag Queen Story Hour