Int ellectual Freedom in Libraries

Int ellectual Freedom in Libraries

This course examines the historical and legal background of intellectual freedom in libraries as well as current trends and topics. It discusses the many challenges to the concept and practice of intellectual freedom from technological to political to legal. Students learn how to articulate, promote and defend intellectual freedom policies as a key component of professional practice in all types of libraries and information services.

Class Name Int ellectual Freedom in Libraries
Host School Rutgers University
Class Identifier 17:610:584:90
Credit Value 3 Credit Hours
Faculty Nancy Kranich
Course Tool (Online) eCollege
Class Description This course examines the historical and legal background of intellectual freedom in libraries as well as current trends and topics. It discusses the many challenges to the concept and practice of intellectual freedom from technological to political to legal. Students learn how to articulate, promote and defend intellectual freedom policies as a key component of professional practice in all types of libraries and information services.
Class Disclaimer None
Delivery Asynchronous
Start and End Date September 4th, 2012 - December 21st, 2012
Start and End Time
(if synchronous)
Days of Week
(of class meetings, if synchronous)
Last Add Day September 11th, 2012
Residency Start and End Date No Residency