(OTTAWA) February 11, 2014 – The Canadian Library Association is pleased to announce that Dale Askey, of McMaster University, has been chosen as winner of the… 977 more words
There are major steps being taken to help end the mass surveillance of United States Citizens. The Good Doctor here would like to encourage you to take steps yourself to help us. 260 more words
While I could (and perhaps should) start with a less controversial topic, I’ve chosen to begin with ethics. As ethics is one of my favourite branches of philosophy, it should have been no surprise to me that our class discussion on the topic several weeks ago would be one of the most memorable for me. 691 more words
So glad about this new award. Thank you, Lemony Snicket!
From the American Library Association:
The American Library Association (ALA) Council, at a Tuesday session during the ALA Midwinter Meeting & Exhibits, approved the new… 228 more words
A few days ago, I told you about the Reduced Shakespeare Company’s play, “The Bible: The Complete Word of God (abridged)”, being banned from Newtownabbey in Northern Ireland… 129 more words
Hello, readers! I hope you enjoyed our last review from the lovely and talented Victoria. I’ve been discussing supernatural/paranormal literature with her since long before vampires sparkled, so I was thrilled to have her come discuss it with all of you here on the blog. 943 more words
This is the 8th annual survey of challenges to library materials and policies that is being conducted by the CLA Intellectual Freedom Advisory Committee.
Your responses will help inform the Committee’s policy and advocacy work on behalf of the CLA membership. 187 more words