Further establishing itself as a leading authority in the field of information policy, the School of Information Studies (SOIS) and the Center for Information Policy Research (CIPR) are preparing to host a major conference in October. Along with a few other institutions, they’ll be bringing some of the world’s foremost experts for “Internet Research 10.0 - Internet: Critical,” the 10th annual conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR).
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Few individuals are as immersed in intellectual freedom issues as Judith Krug. Fro over 40 years, Ms Krug has fought diligently for intellectual freedom for libraries and the patrons. This pre-conference highlights Ms Krug, as she presents an overview of the most pressing issues facing LIS professionals today.
Dick Kawooya, Visiting Scholar, is currently a doctoral candidate at the School of Information Studies, Univ. of Tennessee. He is broadly interested in informal sectors-related Information Policy Research activities in the African context focusing on the dynamic relationship between copyright and informal sector activities.