Critical Issues for Information Professionals”

Critical Issues for Information Professionals”


OVERVIEW:

Our 3rd Library 2.022 mini-conference: “Libraries and Privacy: Significant Challenges for Details Professionals,” will be held on the net (and for free of charge) on Thursday, October 13th, 2022, from 12:00 – 3:00 pm US-Pacific Time.

The mini-meeting will spotlight the many diverse forms of privateness (and privateness troubles) that details institutions and specialists confront, with an emphasis on how these gurus can and ought to interact with the crucial dimensions of privacy in their operate.

Privateness as a subject has gone through huge adjust in the past couple many years as info and conversation systems have grow to be significantly distributed, with information and data flowing by means of several jurisdictions, less than uncertain custody and management, and with the expanding use of automated methods and brokers to make selections about and by way of that details. The troubles with privateness assortment from essential inquiries of definition and scope, to questions of fairness and inclusion, to intensely complex concerns about legislation and technologies.

Subject areas could consist of but are not confined to the next::

  • Privateness essentials for the library
  • Privacy issues precise to marginalized communities
  • Privacy troubles unique to diverse age and college concentrations
  • Privacy and images / social media
  • Privateness and artificial intelligence
  • Privateness issues when helping patrons with health and fitness documents
  • Privateness and intellectual liberty
  • Privateness and blockchain
  • Privateness and major info analytics
  • Privacy and digital / blended actuality.

This is a free occasion, becoming held stay on the net and also recorded.
Sign-up Listed here
to go to live and/or to acquire the recording links afterward.
Make sure you also sign up for this Library 2. community to be held up to date on this and upcoming gatherings. 

All people is invited to participate in our Library 2. conference gatherings, which are intended to foster collaboration and expertise sharing amid details specialists worldwide. Each 3-hour celebration is composed of a keynote panel, 10-15 group-sourced thirty-minute shows, and a closing keynote. 

Members are inspired to use #library2022 and #librariesandprivacy on their social media posts about the event.


Simply call FOR PROPOSALS:


The call for proposals is now open up.  Proposals can be submitted In this article.


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS, Distinctive Friends, AND ORGANIZERS:


Darra L. Hofman, JD, MSLS, PhD
Assistant Professor, University of Information and facts | Software Coordinator, Learn of Archives and Documents Administration | San José Point out University
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Dr. Darra Hofman gained her Ph.D. in library, archival, and information and facts science from The College of British Columbia in 2020. She finished her M.L.I.S. from the College of Kentucky and her J.D. and B.A. (honors) from Arizona Point out University. Her exploration examines the intersection of archives, know-how, and legislation. In distinct, she is intrigued in privateness, blockchain technologies, and overall health information.

 

K Royal, PhD, JD (heartofprivacy)
Worldwide Privateness Officer for Outschool
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K Royal is an attorney and worldwide privacy experienced with 25 years of experience in the authorized and overall health-similar fields. K acquired her regulation diploma from the Sandra Working day O’Connor University of Law at Arizona Point out College and her PhD in public plan from the University of Texas at Dallas. She is at present the Worldwide Privacy Officer for Outschool, an on-line training platform. She is qualified as a result of the IAPP as a Fellow of Facts Privateness (FIP), Privacy Management (CIPM), and US and EU Privateness Legislation (CIPP/US, CIPP/E) and as a Info Privacy Alternatives Engineer by means of ISACA. K also serves on the boards of numerous non-earnings businesses and teaches privateness at ASU.

 

Rebecca Tsosie, JD
Regents Professor and Morris K. Udall Professor of Regulation
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Rebecca Tsosie is a Regents Professor at the James E. Rogers University of Legislation at the University of Arizona. Professor Tsosie, who is of Yaqui descent, is a school member for the Indigenous Peoples’ Legislation and Coverage Plan at the University of Arizona, and she is broadly known for her do the job in the fields of Federal Indian law and indigenous peoples’ human legal rights. Prior to signing up for the UA college, Professor Tsosie was a Regents’ Professor and Vice Provost for Inclusion and Group Engagement at Arizona Condition College. Professor Tsosie was the first faculty Government Director for ASU’s Indian Authorized System and served in that situation for 15 decades. Professor Tsosie has published greatly on sovereignty, self-resolve, cultural pluralism, environmental policy and cultural rights. She teaches in the spots of Federal Indian Regulation, Residence, Constitutional Legislation, Critical Race Theory, and Cultural Means Regulation. Professor Tsosie is a member of the Arizona Bar Association and the California Bar Association. Professor Tsosie serves as a Supreme Court docket Justice for the Fort McDowell Yavapai Country and as an Affiliate Choose on the San Carlos Tribal Court of Appeals. She obtained her B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of California, Los Angeles.

 

Michael Zimmer, PhD (michaelzimmer)
Affiliate Professor, Marquette College
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Michael Zimmer, PhD, is a privateness and info ethics scholar whose function focuses on electronic privateness & surveillance, the ethics of large knowledge, online investigate ethics, and the broader social & ethical dimensions of emerging digital technologies. Dr. Zimmer is an Associate Professor in the Office of Personal computer Science at Marquette College in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in which he also serves as Director of Marquette’s Middle for Facts, Ethics, and Society. Recent projects have centered on the two quantitative and qualitative investigations into the privacy and moral proportions of major knowledge and computational social science investigate, wearable health and fitness trackers, intelligent own assistants, the software of synthetic intelligence in different health care configurations, and surveillance practices through the COVID-19 pandemic.

This is a free event, remaining held dwell on the net and also recorded.
Sign up In this article
to show up at live and/or to obtain the recording one-way links afterward.
Be sure to also be part of this Library 2. network to be stored updated on this and potential occasions. 


FOUNDING Conference SPONSOR:

The School of Data at San José Condition University is the founding meeting sponsor. Please sign up as a member of the Library 2. network to be kept knowledgeable of foreseeable future activities. Recordings from past years are out there less than the Archives tab at Library 2. and at the Library 2. YouTube channel.