IS 546 AO - Intellect Freedom & Censorship
Examines intellectual freedom issues throughout the United States and the world. Approaches intellectual freedom as an ethical issue based in interpretations of the First Amendment and the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights. The course encourages information professionals to view commitment to intellectual freedom as a core professional value and gives students the opportunity to develop skills and strategies needed to navigate censorship controversies in the workplace. Course Information: 2 graduate hours. No professional credit. Prerequisite: IS 502 or consent of instructor.
All other students need department approval. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Course Level: Graduate