toni samek
toni samek
University of Alberta, School of Library and Information Studies
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Librarianship and human rights: A twenty-first century guide
T Samek
Elsevier, 2014
1472014
Intellectual freedom and social responsibility in American librarianship, 1967-1974
T Samek
McFarland, 2017
832017
Inclusión digital: un nuevo derecho humano
P López López, T Samek
Educación y biblioteca, 114-118, 2009
782009
Internet and intention: An infrastructure for progressive librarianship
T Samek
262005
The Library Bill of Rights in the 1960s: One profession, one ethic
T Samek
Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois …, 1996
251996
Biblioteconomía y derechos humanos: una guía para el siglo XXI
T Samek, E Civallero, KD Gariepy
Trea, 2008
192008
Humble empowerment: the LIS practicum
D Oberg, T Samek
PNLA Quarterly 63 (3), 20-22, 1999
111999
Ethical reflection on 21st century information work: An address to teachers and librarians
T Samek
LIBRARIAN, 2005
102005
Finding human rights in library and information work
T Samek
Bilgi Dünyası 9 (2), 527-540, 2008
72008
Learning to think like a professional: Reflections from LIS students
T Samek, D Oberg
Canadian Association for Information Science Conference Proceedings, 302-320, 1999
71999
" I Guess We'll Just Have to Wait for the Movie to Come Out": A Protracted First Stand for Teaching Information Ethics
T Samek
Journal of information ethics 21 (2), 33, 2012
62012
Teaching information ethics in higher education: a crash course in academic labour
T Samek
The International Review of Information Ethics 14, 4-9, 2010
62010
An introduction to librarianship for human rights
T Samek
Educating for human rights and global citizenship, 205-221, 2008
62008
Canadian university social software guidelines and academic freedom: An alarming labour trend
T Lough, T Samek
The International Review of Information Ethics 21, 45-56, 2014
52014
CANADA
T Samek
The Ethics of Librarianship, 35-58, 2012
52012
Challenges to Canadian library resources and policies in 2010: Report of the annual survey of Intellectual Freedom Committee, Canadian Library Association
A Schrader, D Bowman, T Samek
Retrieved, 2012
52012
Intellectual Freedom and Social Responsibility in American Librarianship
T Samek, S BERMAN
Jefferson: McFarland & Company, Inc, 2001
52001
Introducing intellectual freedom courses into the Canadian LIS curriculum
T Samek
52001
Library ethics, rights, and values: Provocative commentary on the utility of library rhetoric
T Samek
52001
A new model for field-based learning in today’s LIS education
T Samek, D Oberg
Feliciter 44 (5), 34-37, 1998
51998
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