This volume of collected articles from the archives of School Library Connection provides school librarians and LIS professors with a one-stop source of information for supporting the core library principle of intellectual freedom.
School librarians continue to advocate for and champion student privacy and the right to read and have unfettered access to needed information. Updated and current information concerning these issues is critical to school librarians working daily with students, parents, and faculty to manage library programs, services, and print and digital collections. This volume is an invaluable resource as school librarians revisit collection development, scheduling, access, and other policies.
Library science professors will find this updated volume useful for information and discussion with students. Drawing on the archives of School Library Connection, Library Media Connection, and School Library Monthly magazines-and with comprehensive updates throughout-chapters tackle privacy, the right to read, censorship, equal access to information, and other intellectual freedom issues.
New laws and legal and ethical opinions continue to appear and help inform the daily response school librarians have to current issues. This volume updates all included articles with current legal thought and opinion. Intellectual freedom expert April Dawkins offers practical advice and commentary throughout.
Includes up-to-date coverage of a wide range of intellectual freedom topics
Looks at current and applicable laws
Features important topics for discussion in LIS classes
Immediately usable in schools and for school district staff development
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April M. Dawkins, PhD, is assistant professor in library and information studies at the University of North Carolina Greensboro.
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