Many academic institutions–and their libraries–are using learning analytics to improve their services and reach out to students who need help, but when does data collection cross the line and become surveillance?
The final installment in the Intellectual Freedom Fighters Series looks at different projects to bring internet access to rural communities.
What does a movie about Beatles music have to do with the Open Access movement? According to this blogger, everything! (Spoilers within.)
Juno Dawson, renowned author of 17 books and columnist, celebrates her birthday on July 10.
In the fourth installment in the Intellectual Freedom Fighters Series, see how Reporters Without Borders protects freedom of the press and how journalism overlaps with library science.
In light of recent controversy around bans on prison book donations, prison libraries and books to prison organizations are recognized as fighters for intellectual freedom.
The second spot of the Intellectual Freedom Fighter series is Flash Drives for Freedom, a Human Rights Foundation initiative to provide USB drives to North Korean defectors to smuggle into the country.
The citizenship question on the 2020 census is an intellectual freedom issue that affects the accuracy of government data and impacts the historic record.
Reclaim the Records pressures reluctant repositories with personality in order to make public records freely available online.