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Protecting Patron Privacy


Protecting Patron Privacy

A LITA Guide
LITA Guides

von: Bobbi Newman, Bonnie Tijerina

54,99 €

Verlag: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Format: EPUB
Veröffentl.: 19.05.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9781442269712
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 152

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<span><span>Although privacy is one of the core tenets of librarianship, technology changes have made it increasingly difficult for libraries to ensure the privacy of their patrons in the 21st century library. <br>This authoritative LITA Guide offers readers guidance on a wide range of topics, including<br>• Foundations of privacy in libraries <br>• Data collection, retention, use, and protection<br>• Laws and regulations<br>• Privacy instruction for patrons and staff<br>• Contracts with third parties<br>• Use of in-house and internet tools including social network sites, surveillance video, and RFID</span></span>
<span><span>This LITA Guide offers readers guidance on a wide range of topics, including foundations of privacy in libraries; data collection, retention, use, and protection; laws and regulations; privacy instruction; contracts with third parties; and use of in-house and internet tools including social network sites, surveillance video, and RFID.</span></span>
<span><span>Preface<br>Acknowledgements<br>Chapter 1. Introduction by Bobbi Newman<br>Chapter 2. Foundations of Privacy in Libraries by Bonnie Tijerina and Michael Zimmer<br>Introduction to Information Privacy<br>What is information privacy?<br>Origins of Privacy Rights<br>Role of Privacy in Libraries<br>Privacy and right to receive information <br>Professional Commitment to Privacy <br>Privacy in Action within Libraries<br>Challenges to Privacy in Libraries<br>Traditional Challenges<br>Technological Challenges <br>Chapter 3. Laws and Regulations by Deborah Caldwell-Stone and Michael Zimmer<br>Introduction<br>Legal Conceptualizations of Privacy<br>Privacy Law and Regulation in the United States<br>Privacy Law and Regulation for Libraries<br>Chapter 4. Data: Collection, Retention, Use, and Security <br>Section 1: Collection, Retention, Use, and Security by Matt Beckstrom <br>Data collection<br>Data Retention<br>Data Use<br>Data security<br>Section 2 Risk, Benefits, and User Privacy: Evaluating the Ethics of Library Data by Andrew Asher<br>Introduction<br>“Big” data usage in Libraries <br>Obtaining Consent<br>Supporting Justice<br>Data Practices for Libraries<br>Chapter 5: Third Parties by Bill Marden<br>Chapters 6 Library Tools: Social Network Sites, Surveillance, RFI by Bobbi Newman<br>Chapter 7: Privacy Training for Staff and Patrons<br>Section 1: The Data Privacy Project at Brooklyn Public Library by Melissa Morrone<br>Introduction <br>Workshop One Introduction to Library Privacy Issues <br>Workshop Two Digital Privacy and Security Skills <br>Reflection and Conclusion <br>Section 2 Privacy Initiatives at The City University of New York (CUNY) by Martha Lerski and Stefanie Havelka<br>Introduction <br>Leonard Lief Library and Privacy <br>Research Guide<br>Audit Initiatve<br>Information Literacy Classes: Mobile Privacy Issues<br>“Access and Privacy”: Autumn Innovation event<br>CUNY Initiatives <br>LACUNY Institute and LACUNY Privacy Roundtable<br>Office of Library Service Privacy Audit<br>Graduate Center Interlibrary Loan (ILL)<br>Conclusion<br>Chapter 8 Conclusion <br>About the Contributors</span></span>
<span><span>Bobbi L. Newman is a librarian, writer, and an international speaker. She is currently a Community Engagement and Outreach Specialist at the National Network of Libraries of Medicine where she is focused on helping public libraries connect their communities with evidence-based health information. She has founded several international projects including Day in the Life of a Librarian and This is What a Librarian Looks Like. She is involved in national library initiatives including past service on the National Information Standards Organization committee to develop a Consensus Framework to Support Patron Privacy in Digital Library and Information Systems and advisory committee to the Pew Internet &amp; American Life Project research on Libraries in the Digital Age.</span></span>
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<span><span><br><br>Bonnie Tijerina is a librarian, entrepreneur and library community convener. She is currently a Researcher at the Data &amp; Society Institute, a New York City think tank focused on the social, cultural and ethical impact of technological development. There, Bonnie represents libraries amongst academics, civic technologists, legal experts, policymakers, and entrepreneurs. She has also created several conferences and gatherings, including the Electronic Resources &amp; Libraries Conference.</span></span>

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