[Libs-Or] Free Web Event: The LYRASIS Polite Debate Society
regan.harper at lyrasis.org
Fri Sep 7 08:29:45 PDT 2012
Librarianship is a verbal contact sport! Join us for the LYRASIS Polite Debate Society next week as our panelists explore the ethical principles of our work, and some scenarios that challenge those principles. This online session is FREE for members and you can join the action from your own desktop!
LYRASIS Polite Debate Society presents
Operating Principals and Standards: Engaging Responsibly With Users in Information Organizations
Wednesday September 12th
Librarians are challenged daily by ongoing ethical quandaries involving service to our users. New and challenging situations also arise daily, stemming from the rapidly changing technology landscape, the changing nature of library use, and our need to help users to the best of our ability.
Many librarians had, perhaps, a cursory review of the ALA Code of Ethics during their library school experience, but not until confronted with real-life situations can we truly find a context for applying this code-along with the rule of law-effectively.
Join our panel, representing academic, public, and special libraries as they explore some challenging scenarios that will help us all to better understand and apply ethical principles to our daily work.
Katrena Davis Kendrick, USC Lancaster
Sarah Glassmeyer, Director of Content Development at Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction/CALI
Paul Hawkins, Director of South Central Kansas Library System
Moderator: Russell Palmer, LYRASIS
To Register: http://tinyurl.com/8k43uea
We look forward to seeing you there.
Director of Member Programs
regan.harper at lyrasis.org<mailto:regan.harper at lyrasis.org>
800.999.8558 x 2953 Main
LYRASIS: Advancing Libraries Together.
Please join us for our free annual member meeting, eGathering 2012, on November 1st. Click here<http://www.lyrasis.org/Classes-and-Events/LYRASIS-Annual-Member-Meeting.aspx> to learn more, enter the video contest and register.
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Libs-Or