[Libs-Or] Let's Talk about Privacy: Register Today for the Free Library 2.016 Online Conference

Nicole Purviance nicole.purviance at sjsu.edu
Thu Feb 18 10:07:41 PST 2016


How do we strike a balance between our right to know, and what is known
about us in regards to privacy? How are libraries responding to the
increasing complexities of data tracking and desires for data-informed
services and marketing? According to Jonathan Hernández, associate
researcher in the Library and Information Institute at National Autonomous
University of Mexico, “The library must remain as a neutral and diverse
place in which our freedoms are protected.” 

 

The very important and timely topic of privacy is the focus of the Library
2.016 Worldwide Virtual Conference <http://www.library20.com/> , co-founded
by the School of Information at San Jose State University (SJSU). During the
online event, scheduled for Wednesday, March 16, 2016, from 12 – 3 p.m.
Pacific Daylight Time, you’ll hear from five exceptional keynote speakers:
Hernández; Jamie Larue, director of the American Library Association’s (ALA)
Office of Intellectual Freedom; Deborah Caldwell-Stone, deputy director of
the ALA Office of Intellectual Freedom; Alison Macrina, director of the
Library Freedom Project; and Lee Rainie, director of Internet, science, and
technology research at Pew Research Center. 

 

In addition, information professionals and encouraged to share their
expertise and present at the conference. Presentation proposals
<http://www.library20.com/page/call-for-proposals>  are now being accepted.
Presentations should be at least 15 minutes in length, and all sessions must
be completed (including Q&A) within 25 minutes. Slots are limited, and may
fill before the final March 11, 2016 deadline for proposals. 

 

The Library 2.016 online conference will take place via Blackboard
Collaborate and is free to attend. Advanced registration
<http://www.library20.com/privacy>  is required. Everyone is invited to
participate in this global conversation on privacy. Kindly forward this
email to your colleagues and friends.

 

The Library 2.0 Worldwide Virtual Conference series was co-founded in 2011
by the SJSU School of Information, and this year the school, in partnership
with Steve Hargadon of Web 2.0 Labs, is planning three mini-conferences
<http://www.library20.com/>  for the spring, summer and fall. 

 

Please visit the conference website for more information:
http://www.library20.com/

 

About the SJSU School of Information

The San Jose State University (SJSU) School of Information
<http://ischool.sjsu.edu/about?utm_source=listservs&utm_medium=email&utm_cam
paign=privacy>  (iSchool) prepares individuals for careers as information
professionals. Graduates work in diverse areas of the information
profession, such as user experience design, digital asset management,
information architecture, electronic records management, information
governance, digital preservation, and librarianship. The SJSU School of
Information is a recognized leader in online education and received the
Online Learning Consortium’s Outstanding Online Program award
<http://ischool.sjsu.edu/about/news/detail/sjsu-school-information-wins-outs
tanding-online-program-award-online-learning?utm_source=listservs&utm_medium
=email&utm_campaign=privacy> . Find out more about the SJSU iSchool’s
award-winning online educational programs at ischool.sjsu.edu
<http://ischool.sjsu.edu/?utm_source=listservs&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign
=privacy> . 

 

 

Contact:

Nicole Purviance

Director of Marketing and Communications

School of Information

San Jose State University

One Washington Square

San Jose, CA 95192-0029

nicole.purviance at sjsu.edu

http://ischool.sjsu.edu

 

 

 

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