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Privacy Rights in a Digital Age

When:  
Thursday, May 6, 2010 (3:30 PM - 5:30 PM) Export to vCalendar
Where:   LTLS Board Room (Videoconference)
ALS Valerie J. Wilford Room (Videoconference)
DLS Technology Lab (Videoconference)
LCLS Sacajawea Videoconferencing Room (Videoconference)
MLS Room B (Burr Ridge) (Videoconference)
NSLS Learning Center (Videoconference)
RPLS Distance Learning Room (Videoconference)
ShLS Videoconferencing Room (Videoconference)
Sycamore Public Library Meeting Room (Videoconference)
Kankakee Public Library (Videoconference)
Elizabeth Campus -- Highland Community College (Videoconference)
Sterling Public Library Meeting Room (Videoconference)
Cost:   Free
Presenter:   Barbara Jones

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Join the Director of ALA's Office for Intellectual Freedom, Barbara Jones, to learn about a new ALA initiative that invites library users into a national conversation about privacy rights in a digital age. This session will explore how libraries can assist patrons in thinking critically and making more informed choices about their information privacy. Choose Privacy Week, a week-long awareness campaign and celebration, will take place May 2-8, 2010. Barbara will be showcasing some of ALA's ideas and promotional materials.

Type:   Program

Notes
This program will be offered via video teleconference.


Categories: Management Skills/Administration


This event is sponsored by Lincoln Trail Libraries System.

Event listed by: Alliance Library System, DuPage Library System, Lewis & Clark Library System, Metropolitan Library System, North Suburban Library System, Prairie Area Library System, Rolling Prairie Library System and Shawnee Library System

Last day to cancel registrations is: 5/6/2010


Questions? Please contact Donna Schaal.

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