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. Ms Krug's keynote will focus on the Patriot Act, censorship, disappearing information, and current legal issues in library buildings and spaces. Participants will then have and opportunity to engage in small group discussions around major IF issues, with IFRT Round Table members facilitating. The groups will reconvene and under Ms Krug's leadership, discuss their groups findings.
The Intellectual Freedom Round Table, the WLTA and the UW-Milwaukee, School of Information Studies - Center for Information Policy Research, proudly sponsor this WLA pre-conference with American Library Association Office for Intellectual Freedom Director Judith Krug, on the "Interesting" Times of Intellectual Freedom.
Fee: $40/30 Students
12:30 Registration Opens
1:10 Keynote: Judith Krug
2:55 Reconvene in small groups for discussion
3:40 Large Group Discussion of Questions
4:20 Reflections/Wrap-up/Final Comments/Thank You
Online Registration form: http://www.wla.lib.wi.us/conferences/2007