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Library 101: Intellectual Freedom and Ethics of the Profession

The Arizona State Library is excited to bring a series of workshops on Intellectual Freedom and Values and Ethics of the Profession presented by Dr. Richard E. Rubin and Dr. Rachel Rubin. Richard E. Rubin is the author of  “Foundations of Library and Information Science” which has served as the authoritative introductory text for generations of library and information science practitioners. In the latest edition of this book, he teams up with his daughter, Rachel G. Rubin, a rising star in the library field in her own right. We are excited to bring their knowledge to Arizona Library staff in a new series of webinars that address Intellectual Freedom and Values and Ethics of the Profession. Some topics that will be covered during these sessions are the values and ethics of the profession, combating fake news, the importance of social justice, and the role of critical librarianship; and intellectual freedom, legal issues, and copyright-related topics. We hope you can join us for one or all of these exciting trainings!

Date:
Thursday, November 12, 2020
Time:
11:00am - 12:00pm
Time Zone:
Arizona Time (change)
Location:
Online

Registration is required. There are 29 seats available.