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2017 Dirty Dozen: American Library Association

2017 Dirty Dozen: American Library Association

2017 Dirty Dozen List – MASTER

Do Online Databases Filter Out Enough Inappropriate Material?

EDUCATION WEEK A recent dispute over an electronic database used in thousands of schools in the U.S. is a reminder of the precarious balance between access and censorship—especially now that more teachers and schools are using primary sources and online materials to supplement or replace textbooks. The dispute centers on EBSCO, an online databases and resources […]

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2017 Dirty Dozen: American Library Association

Libraries: A Safe Haven for Children to Learn, or a Safe Haven for Sex Offenders Wanting to View Child Porn?

You might be surprised to find the American Library Association (ALA) on our Dirty Dozen List. You might even be wondering: “how does the ALA ‘contribute significantly to the normalization of pornography?’” If you’re anything like me, you’re imagining a stereotypical library—including a stern librarian who keeps a careful eye over all her precious books […]

2017 Dirty Dozen: American Library Association

2017 Dirty Dozen List – MASTER

2017 Dirty Dozen: American Library Association

2017 Dirty Dozen: American Library Association

2017 Dirty Dozen: American Library Association

2017 Dirty Dozen List – MASTER

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