Join editors Martin Garnar and Trina Magi to learn what's new in the 10th edition of the Intellectual Freedom Manual and to discover how to use the manual as a practical tool to develop and support practices and policies that protect intellectual freedom and privacy. No longer just a compendium of ALA policy, the revised Intellectual Freedom Manual now provides user-friendly tools for library workers in public, school, and academic libraries large and small.
Sponsored by the ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom, this program will feature brief talks by the editors and expert contributors to the newly revised manual, addressing such topics as minors' rights, user privacy, censorship beyond books, advocacy and social justice, and developing policies to meet the evolving needs of libraries and their communities.
All viewers will receive a coupon to purchase the 10th edition of the Intellectual Freedom Manual at a discounted price. Learn more about the manual at the ALA Store: alastore.ala.org/ifm10.