ALA's Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF) is charged with implementing the intellectual freedom policies of the American Library Association through educating librarians and the public about the concept of intellectual freedom as embodied in the Library Bill of Rights, the Association's basic policy on free access to libraries and library materials. In order to meet its educational goals, the Office undertakes information, support, and coordination activities.
Privacy and Freedom of Information in 21st-Century Libraries--eEditions e-book
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- About the Authors
In the November/December issue of Library Technology Reports, the ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom has assembled an all-star cast of writers to explore the challenges to privacy that ongoing shifts in technology have created, and how librarians can address them.
Topics Covered in this Issue:
- Libraries, Technology, and the Culture of Privacy by Barbara M. Jones
- User-Generated Content by Eli Neiburger
- Internet Filtering by Sarah Houghton-Jan
- Social Networking and the Library by Jason Griffey
- RFID in Libraries by Deborah Caldwell-Stone