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Basic Skills: Intellectual Freedom and the Core Values of Librarianship – Online

May 13 @ 8:00 am - May 24 @ 5:00 pm

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Intellectual Freedom and the Core Values of Librarianship

After taking this course, participants will:

  • understand why the freedom to read and use materials is important.
  • understand what censorship is, and how it differs from selection.
  • know how to handle a challenge to materials.
  • understand why privacy is an essential component of the freedom to read.

Class starts on May 13, 2019, and all assignments must be completed by May 24, 2019..

This is an online class. Class participants read or view materials, discuss issues in a forum, and complete projects and assignments. The instructor offers feedback and explanations of material. The class is asynchronous — class participants do not need to be online at any particular time; however, there are due dates for assignments, which must be met.

A few days before the class starts, class participants will be sent information about accessing the class.

This is one of the required modules to fulfill the Basic Skills requirements for Nebraska Librarian Certification. For a complete list of Basic Skills modules, see Basic Skills for Nebraska Librarians Courses.

Basic Skills courses are open only to Nebraska residents or those who are employed by a Nebraska library. The Basic Skills courses are sponsored by the Nebraska Library Commission and Nebraska’s Regional Library Systems.

Class participants who are enrolled in the Nebraska Public Librarian Certification program, and who successfully complete the course will earn 2 CE credit hours

Details

Start:
May 13 @ 8:00 am
End:
May 24 @ 5:00 pm