Introduction

Privacy is not dead: Students care deeply about their privacy and the rights it safeguards. They need a way to articulate their concerns and guidance on how to act within the complexity of our current information ecosystem and culture of surveillance capitalism.

Practicing Privacy Literacy in Academic Libraries: Theories, Methods, and Cases can help you teach privacy literacy, evolve the privacy practices at your institution, and re-center the individuals behind the data and the ethics behind library work.

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Work Title Introduction
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  1. Alexandria Edyn Chisholm
Keyword
  1. Privacy
  2. Privacy literacy
  3. Academic libraries
  4. Teaching and learning
  5. Higher education
  6. Privacy advocacy
  7. Access services
  8. Patron privacy
License CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 (Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike)
Work Type Part Of Book
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  1. Association of College and Research Libraries
Publication Date October 2023
DOI doi:10.26207/06q6-5265
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  1. Practicing Privacy Literacy in Academic Libraries: Theories, Methods, and Cases
Deposited November 28, 2023

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