Deepening Understanding: Adding Privacy into a Library and Information Studies Course

@article{Ray2021DeepeningUA,
  title={Deepening Understanding: Adding Privacy into a Library and Information Studies Course},
  author={Emily Ray and Dan Feinberg},
  journal={The Serials Librarian},
  year={2021},
  volume={81},
  pages={59 - 68}
}
ABSTRACT This case will cover the experiences that the Online Learning Librarian (OLL) and E-resources Librarian (ERL) worked on adding a module about privacy to a 1 credit Information Literacy course at the University of North Florida (UNF). There will be a discussion of what motivated the OLL to include data privacy as a module within Canvas, how the module was implemented, and the student experience in this course. At UNF, librarians have taught undergraduates in LIS1001 “Beginning Library… 

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