The IMLS-funded "Library Values & Privacy in Our National Digital Strategies: Field guides, Convenings, and Conversations" project invites Midwinter attendees to explore the meaning of the library value of privacy in the digital world and help produce a series of field guides for librarians that clearly lay out important privacy and security issues. In this interactive session that builds on the "Privacy & Pizza" gathering held during ALA Annual 2017 in Chicago, participants will hear from a panel of privacy experts and then work to identify privacy issues in libraries and what is needed to address them. Participants will be asked to give feedback on draft privacy field guides for libraries and on plans the Spring 2018 Library Values & Privacy Summit in New York City. Speakers include William Marden, Erin Berman, Bonnie Tijerina, and Michael Zimmer
ALA Unit/Subunit: OIF
Meeting Type: Discussion Group,Other
Cost: Included with full conference registration.