TEDAALL: Library Leaders Share Their Ethics Stories and Challenges (H4)

Date/Time: Tuesday, July 17, 2018: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Speakers: Deborah Ginsberg, Chicago-Kent College of Law; Michelle Cosby, University of Tennessee Joel A. Katz Law Library; Kristina L. Niedringhaus, Georgia State University College of Law Library; Carol Watson, University of Georgia School of Law; Kathleen (Katie) Brown, Charleston School of Law; June Liebert, Sidley Austin LLP; Greg Lambert, Jackson Walker, LLP; Steven P. Anderson, Maryland State Law Library

As librarians provide more diverse services with fewer monetary and personnel resources, it’s easy to lose sight of ethical considerations—and their related risks. In this fast-paced session, library leaders will give short TED-style presentations discussing important ethical issues in library research, technology, human resources, data management, and other services. Topics include:

  • Data ethics and algorithmic accountability
  • Establishing a culture of ethics
  • Confidentiality vs. transparency
  • Ethics and vendor relationships
  • Special issues in government law libraries

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