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Intellectual Freedom and Professional Ethics in Libraries

Friday, March 29, 2019 (9:00 AM - 3:00 PM) Export to vCalendar
Where:   IHLS - Edwardsville - Large Meeting Room (In Person, Max: 57)
IHLS - Carbondale Service Center- South-- Room 107D (Videoconference)
IHLS - Champaign - Large Conference/Training Room (Videoconference)
Zoom - IHLS (Web Conference/Webinar)
Illinois State Library (Videoconference)
Cost:   Free

  • The registration deadline for this event has passed.

Have you faced ethical challenges in your library? Do you struggle to balance intellectual freedom, social justice, and the politics of your community? Please join us for a full day of professional development designed to educate, empower, and encourage library professionals as we handle this important aspect of our work.

In the morning, we welcome James LaRue, streaming live from Colorado. Jamie is the CEO of LaRue and Associates and former Director of the American Library Association’s Office of Intellectual Freedom and the Freedom to Read Foundation. Mr. LaRue will discuss the Library Bill of Rights, its connection to intellectual freedom and social justice and how to advocate for these things in your community. Questions from participants are welcomed and encouraged. Find more information on both presentations on the attached flyer.

Following a lunch break, University of Nebraska-Omaha Library Science Professor, Erica Rose, will be at the Edwardsville location and will facilitate discussion of professional ethics in libraries, including exploring real-world case studies about daily ethical challenges in libraries. Bring your own ethical experiences to share and work through with your peers.

Event Schedule

9:00-9:30 Coffee and Mingle
9:30-10:00 Welcoming Remarks
10:00-11:30 Intellectual Freedom Presentation by Jamie LaRue
11:30-11:45 UNO Library Science Program Promotion
11:45-1:00 Lunch Break
1:00-1:30 Professional Ethics Presentation by Erica Rose
1:30-3:00 Professional Ethics Small Group Discussion

  • This training opportunity is sponsored by Illinois Heartland Library System, Morrison-Talbott Library, Six Mile Regional Library District and University of Nebraska-Omaha.

  • The program is free, and fully accessible online via Zoom or in person at viewing parties held at the IHLS Service Centers in Carbondale, Champaign, and Edwardsville, and at the Illinois State Library.

  • Lunch at the Edwardsville IHLS office will be sponsored by Six Mile Regional Library District. Lunch on your own at Champaign and Carbondale service centers or if attending online.

  • Please register by 3/25/19.

  • Online registrants will be emailed a Zoom link before March 29th.

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Type:   Program

Register by: 3/26/2019

Categories: Advocacy, Law and Legal Issues, Management Skills/Administration, Outreach

Tags: Intellectual, Freedom, Ethics

This event is sponsored by Illinois Heartland Library System.

Event listed by: Illinois Library Association, Illinois State Library and Reaching Across Illinois Library System

Last day to cancel registrations is: 3/29/2019

Questions? Please contact Ellen Popit.

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