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Collaborating for Access: Book Challenges in a Digital World
In this third in our Collaborating for Access series of webinars hosted by COSLA, DPLA, and ReadersFirst, we’ll look at what the current political environment of increased book challenges means for digital content. What opportunities are available for libraries to use digital materials to maintain access, and in what ways are digital content and the libraries providing it open to unique attacks across the political spectrum? We’ll bring together a panel of librarians and thought leaders to discuss the ramifications of challenges in the digital world and look at potential solutions digital access may provide.

Speakers will include:

Deborarh Caldwell-Stone, Director, Office for Intellectual Freedom, ALA
Kathleen Riegelhaupt, Director, eReading, The New York Public Library
Christian Shroll, Director, Bracken County Public Library (KY)
Mary Soucie, North Dakota State Librarian

Moderated by Michael Blackwell, ReadersFirst

Jun 7, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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