Intellectual freedom manual / compiled by the Office for Intellectual Freedom of the American Library Association.

Explains the meaning of intellectual freedom in library service, presents that texts and historical development of the American Library Association's intellectual freedom policies and guidelines, and includes essays in which the authors discuss intellectual freedom and the law, and how to comba...

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Corporate Author: American Library Association. Office for Intellectual Freedom.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Chicago : American Library Association, 2002.
Edition:6th ed.
Series:ALA editions.
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Table of Contents:
  • Intellectual Freedom and Libraries: An Overview
  • ALA and Intellectual Freedom: A Historical Overview / Judith F. Krug
  • Challenges and Issues Today / Evelyn Shaevel, Beverley Becker
  • Intellectual Freedom: An All-Embracing Concept / Evelyn Shaevel, Beverley Becker
  • Library Bill of Rights
  • Library Bill of Rights: The Policy
  • History
  • Library Bill of Rights: Interpretations
  • Access for Children and Young People to Videotapes and Other Nonprint Formats
  • History
  • Access to Electronic Information, Services, and Networks
  • History
  • Access to Library Resources and Services regardless of Gender or Sexual Orientation
  • History
  • Access to Resources and Services in the School Library Media Program
  • History
  • Challenged Materials
  • History
  • Diversity in Collection Development
  • History
  • Economic Barriers to Information Access
  • History
  • Evaluating Library Collections
  • History
  • Exhibit Spaces and Bulletin Boards
  • History
  • Expurgation of Library Materials
  • History
  • Free Access to Libraries for Minors
  • History
  • Intellectual Freedom Principles for Academic Libraries
  • History
  • Library-Initiated Programs as a Resource
  • History
  • Meeting Rooms
  • History
  • Restricted Access to Library Materials
  • History
  • Statement on Labeling
  • History
  • The Universal Right to Free Expression
  • History
  • Protecting the Freedom to Read
  • The Freedom to Read
  • Policy Statement
  • History
  • Libraries: An American Value
  • Policy Statement
  • History.