Ethics in a Digital World: Using Policies to Guide Professional and Personal Presence in Social Networking Spaces
The panel of four speakers address topics including privacy considerations for librarians using social networking sites; issues of librarian self-disclosure online; First Amendment concerns around using social networking sites for library outreach; and advice on how writing social software policies.
Note: This file includes only my section from a presentation that included three other speakers. I edited my portion of the presentation to include my slides. The full presentation, including three other great panelists (but no slides) can be found: http://www.oif.ala.org/oif/?p=1360
Peter Fernandez, Brian Kooy, Robert S. Peck, and Ruth Connel. "Ethics in a Digital World: Using Policies to Guide Professional and Personal Presence in Social Networking Spaces" Invited panelist at a presentation of the ALA Committee on Professional Ethics at the annual conference of the American Library Association. Washington, D.C. Jun. 2010.
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/peter_fernandez/4