Transforming privacy literacy instruction: From surveillance theory to teaching practice
With growing social justice issues related to surveillance and algorithmic bias, it is more important than ever for librarians to assume leadership in advocating and educating about privacy. This proceeding summarizes a hands-on workshop showcasing current, critical surveillance theory-informed privacy literacy instruction practices, and engages participants in developing implementation-ready programs for their local contexts. The proceeding features privacy literacy learning activities and resources from the presenters’ privacy literacy toolkit, and supports participants in adapting them to their campus needs. Authors frame these activities using critical surveillance studies, and with emerging scholarship on intellectual freedom and privacy literacy practices in academic libraries.
|Work Title||Transforming privacy literacy instruction: From surveillance theory to teaching practice|
|License||CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 (Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike)|
|Work Type||Conference Proceeding|
|Deposited||May 06, 2021|