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Protecting Intellectual Freedom in Your Public Library Scenarios from the Front Lines

By: June Pinell-Stephens(Author)
Protecting Intellectual Freedom in Your Public Library
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  • Protecting Intellectual Freedom in Your Public Library ISBN: 9780838935835 Paperback Jan 2013 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Chock-full of case studies, real-life examples, and hypothetical scenarios, this book provides

- An engaging way to introduce new employees to basic IF concepts
- Practical advice on how to effectively handle intellectual freedom challenges
- Numerous sidebars, written by IF expert Deborah Caldwell-Stone, detailing copyright laws, statutes, past court cases, and sample policies

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By: June Pinell-Stephens(Author)
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