Word search on “Computers and Privacy” now available

With only a few days left until the start of Choose Privacy Week (May 2-8), we want to encourage as many individuals and libraries as possible to participate! A new tool that makes this easy for teachers and librarians is the “Computers and Privacy Word Search” (download PDF here). Developed by librarian and intellectual freedom advocate Gail Weymouth, the word search provides a simple way for libraries to take part in Choose Privacy Week....

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Sample privacy lesson plans now available

Choose Privacy Week begins on May 2, 2010! If your community would like to participate but hasn’t planned anything yet, it’s not too late! ALA is offering numerous resources for you to take part, including sample lesson plans now available for free download. Four sample school library lessons from the Choose Privacy Week Resource Guide are now freely available for download! Click here to download a PDF containing sample lesson plans for...

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Tell us about your Choose Privacy Week events!

As we draw nearer to the inaugural Choose Privacy Week (CPW; May 2-8), we could use your help! Please let us know what events are happening in your library (or nearby libraries) to celebrate Choose Privacy Week. Please send an email to Angela Maycock with the details of your local event. We’ll be compiling and sharing event information on this site so people in communities across the country can find out where to go to participate in this...

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