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From professional journals to scholarly publications, from conference hall corridors to staff rooms, from editorials to listservs, the role of the library in society is under constant discussion. This article follows that discussion into a library school classroom.
For the first time in the history of Canadian library education, intellectual freedom courses are part of the curriculum. In September 2000, Dr. Ann Curry introduced a course entitled \"Current Trends in Library and Information Service: Issues in Intellectual Freedom\" at the School of Library,...
Librarians and Information Justice
Academic freedom is the first directive encoded in the Canadian Library Association’s Code of Ethics, but when we look across our Canadian campuses, we see that while some librarians have academic freedom, most do not. The librarian’s practice, however, is limited if she or he is not able to...