The Code of Ethics is the document that translates the values of intellectual freedom that define the profession of librarianship into broad principles that may be used by individual members of that profession as well as by others employed in a library as a framework for dealing with situations involving ethical conflicts. As members of the American Library Association, we recognize the importance of codifying and making known to the profession and to the general public the ethical principles that guide the work of librarians, other professionals providing information services, library trustees and library staffs. Ethical dilemmas occur when values are in conflict. The American Library Association Code of Ethics states the values to which we are committed, and embodies the ethical responsibilities of the profession in this changing information environment. We significantly influence or control the selection, organization, preservation, and dissemination of information.
ALA and SAGE Publishing release Libraries Transform tools for promoting critical thinking
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There are , truck drivers in the UK, of whom 1, 0. She now works for Tarmac at a quarry in Wiltshire. I left college with a full qualification to work with young children, but decided it wasn't for me. My dad told me that the age limit to get an HGV licence had changed from 21 to 19 and suggested I do the exams. I passed the test first time in and last year I passed the class 1 articulated lorry test. Walking into the classroom to do the first of my HGV practical exams was really intimidating.
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The Library Service to Underserved Children and Their Caregivers committee is devoting the calendar year to creating a vibrant, dynamic toolkit that provides ALSC members with up-to-date resources for working with marginalized populations. Each toolkit page will provide professional and leisure reading recommendations, support for programming, and materials for families. As dynamic documents, these pages will continue to grow and develop as we find new resources, share our experiences, and continue to learn. This month, our focus is on serving children with print disabilities.