Please find below direct access to a one page web survey produced by
the Advisory Committee on Intellectual Freedom. This second annual
survey is intended to help the Committee develop documentation about
challenged resources and policies in Canadian libraries in the 21st
century. This initiative supports Canada’s Book and Periodical
Council's (BPC) Freedom to Read campaign http://www.freedomtoread.ca/
as we share our results with the BPC. Our survey also complements the
American Library Association's ALA) Challenge Database project. Thanks
are extended to the Edmonton Public Library and the ALA for providing
valuable insights into the survey questions.
Please take the time to take a quick look and then, if appropriate, to
fill out the survey here:
Thank you and HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Convenor, Advisory Committee on Intellectual Freedom
Dr. Toni Samek
Associate Professor & Graduate Coordinator
School of Library & Information Studies
Faculty of Education, University of Alberta
Address 3-15 Rutherford S., Univ. of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, CANADA T6G 2J4
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