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Intellectual freedom manual

Author: American Library Association. Office for Intellectual Freedom.
Publisher: Chicago : American Library Association, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 5th edView all editions and formats
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Presents the Library Bill of Rights and discusses freedom to read, intellectual freedom, and censorship.
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Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
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Intellectual freedom manual.
Chicago : American Library Association, 1996
(OCoLC)643984888
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: American Library Association. Office for Intellectual Freedom.
ISBN: 0585335516 9780585335513 083890677X 9780838906774
OCLC Number: 33440218
Description: xlvii, 393 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Library bill of rights. Library bill of rights : the policy --
Library bill of rights : interpretations. Access for children and young people to videotapes and other nonprint formats --
Access to electronic information, services and networks --
Access to library resources and services regardless of gender or sexual orientation --
Access to resources and services in the school library media program --
Challenged materials --
Diversity in collection development --
Economic barriers to information access --
Evaluating library collections --
Exhibit spaces and bulletin boards --
Expurgation of library materials --
Free access to libraries for minors --
Library-initiated programs as a resource --
Meeting rooms --
Restricted access to library materials. Statement on labeling --
The universal right to free expression --
pt. 2. Protecting the freedom to read. The freedom to read --
Policy on confidentiality of library records --
Policy concerning confidentiality of personally identifiable information about library users --
Policy on governmental intimidation --
Resolution on access to the use of libraries and information by individuals with physical or mental impairment --
Guidelines for the development and implementation of policies, regulations and procedures affecting access to library materials, services and facilities --
Guidelines for the development of policies and procedures regarding user behavior and library usage --
Dealing with concerns about library resources. pt. 3. Before the censor comes : essential preparations. Before the censor comes : essential preparations --
Development of a materials selection policy --
Procedures for handling complaints --
Developing a confidentiality policy --
Public relations : promoting intellectual freedom --
Public relations : crisis communications / Jeanne Thorsen --
The censor : motives and tactics --
Pressure groups : politics, religion, and censorship in libraries / Carol Neilsen --
pt. 4. Intellectual freedom : an all-embracing concept --
Public libraries and intellectual freedom / Gordon M. Conable --
School library media centers and intellectual freedom / Dianne McAfee Hopkins --
Academic libraries and intellectual freedom / Paul B. Cors. Federal libraries and intellectual freedom / Bernadine Abbott Hoduski --
State library agencies and intellectual freedom / Diana Young --
pt. 5. Intellectual freedom and the law. School library censorship and the courts : before Hazelwood / William D. North --
School library censorship and the courts : after Hazelwood / Robert S. Peck --
The Buckley amendment : student privacy versus parents' right to know / Anne Levinson Penway --
Public libraries as limited public fora for access to information / Anne Levinson Penway --
pt. 6. Working for intellectual freedom. What ALA can do to help librarians combat censorship --
Your state intellectual freedom committee --
Building intellectual freedom coalitions. Lobbying for intellectual freedom / Carol C. Henderson --
Dealing with censors.
Responsibility: compiled by the Office for Intellectual Freedom of the American Library Association.

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Revised and updated for fighting against aggressive attempts at censorship, this intellectual freedom manual for librarians offers the practical means of anticipating and withstanding censorship. It  Read more...

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