2017.01.10 Digital Library Pedagogy Twitter Chat
January 10, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Eastern. Join in using the #DLFteach hashtag.
How can (or should?) librarians, especially digital collections librarians, approach incorporating information privacy and security education into information literacy?
- Larson, Quincy. How to Encrypt Your Entire Life in Less than an Hour. Free Code Camp, November 9, 2016.
- Williams, Candace. A 70-Day Web Security Action Plan for Artists and Activists Under Siege. Medium, November 10, 2016.
- Phetteplace, Eric. Online Privacy in Post-Election America. ACRL TechConnect Blog, December 14, 2016.
- Library Freedom Project: Resources.
- Welcome to #DLFteach chat!
- Tonight’s chat is hosted by the Resource Sharing & Professional Development subgroup and project leaders.
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- First, please introduce yourself! #DLFteach
- Q1: What is the most important thing for users of digital collections to understand about information privacy? #DLFteach
- Q2: Are there best practices in information privacy/security education from your experience/perspective? What are they? #DLFteach
- Q3: How do you address information privacy and security in your instruction? #DLFteach
- Q4: Does your library’s info lit program have a goal related to privacy/security? If yes, what is it? If not, do you think it should? #DLFteach
- Q5: How does (or could) information privacy and security intersect with other topics of info lit at your institution? #DLFteach
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