Open Access, Privacy, and Human Rights: A Case Study on Ethics in Library and Information Sciences Education

« Purpose: How do students comment on ethical principles, which principles are important for their awareness of librarianship, how do they understand the relevance of human rights for their future work?

Approach: The case study presents the results of a lecture on information rights and ethics with 50 Master students in library and information sciences at the University of Lille (France) in 2014-2015. Students were asked to comment on the core principles of the IFLA Code of Ethics. (…) »

source >, Joachim Schöpfel, 6 décembre 2016