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Freedom to Read Foundation

Known as: Freedom to Read 
The Freedom to Read Foundation (FTRF) is an American non-profit anti-censorship organization, established in 1969 by the American Library Association… 
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2013
2013
We live in an information society, and, resultantly, significant attention is devoted to ensure “information-based rights” are… 
2013
2013
Library Reference Services and Information Literacy: Models for Academic Institution not only advocates for a more intentional… 
2011
2011
This article focuses on the evolution of prison library services in the United States and the changes in the roles and purposes… 
2010
2010
What you choose to read says a lot about who you are, what you value, and what you believe. That’s why you should be able to… 
Review
2009
Review
2009
Designed to introduce LIS students to the ever-changing world of modern libraries and information centers, this text provides an… 
Review
2008
Review
2008
This paper provides a brief overview of the current state of copyright law in the United States, focusing on the negative impacts… 
Review
2002
Review
2002
Designed to introduce LIS students to the ever-changing world of modern libraries and information centers, this text provides an… 
Highly Cited
1996
Highly Cited
1996
It has become commonplace to say that we have entered the age of information. The words conjure up images of a reader's paradise… 
1970
1970
IT IS TRUE, of course, that most early American librarians-believers in the logic of the Enlightenment-personally abhorred book…