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Intellectual Freedom in Libraries : from books to AI

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Presentation to the CFLA-FCAB conference, May 2th 2018, in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on intellectual freedom. Panel with Mary Cavanagh, Pilar Martinez, James Turk, Jeff Barber (moderator).

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Intellectual Freedom in Libraries : from books to AI

  1. 1. Marie D. Martel, Assistant Professor EBSI, Montreal University CFAB-FCAB Conference, Regina, 2018-05-02
  2. 2. How I got involved in these issues through blogging
  3. 3. __2007
  4. 4. « it is the world of politics that decides what we can and cannot say, not the world of abstract philosophy... Speech always takes place in an environment of conviction, assumptions and perceptions, i.e., within the confines of a structured world.The thing to do, … is get out there and argue for one position. » (Stanley Fish) Source : https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/freedom-speech/ __2009
  5. 5. Libredelire.org A collaborative blog, a public platform for free speech __2010
  6. 6. § Digital book user’s rights § Open access, open educational content § Net Neutrality § Digital commons (public domain, GLAM,Wikipedia) § Diversity of voices on the web § Artificial Intelligence
  7. 7. § THEORY OF JUSTICE -> EQUAL RIGHTS TO INTELLECTUAL FREEDOM § SOCIAL JUSTICE -> EQUAL POSSIBILITIES TO INTELLECTUAL FREEDOM ie. fair opportunities or capabilities (Martha Nussbaum)
  8. 8. §The possibility to achieve intellectual freedom today, from a digital social justice perspective, depends on digital literacy. § Partnerships and codesign Source : Lonial, Amita 2018. « Toward a Framework for Digital Justice in Public Libraries ». Public Libraries 57 (1) : 14.
  9. 9. §to take into account the systemic barriers, institutional biases, the “social distance” and to act critically on diversity. §since this is about the (fundamental) needs of users, they should participate in the design of the solution. (Let’s apply UX to IF, digital literacy and…democracy) §it facilitates exploration of news ways to give access, use, create, promote, and defend knowledge, culture and digital commons.
  10. 10. BECAUSE WE Why do we need to pay attention to IF? CARE
  11. 11. CARE 1. Update our approach to intellectual freedom. 2. Clarify the ethical framework of libraries in terms of social justice. 3. Make digital literacy a strategic priority at every level. 4. « Represent the communauty voice in public discourse » on issue of intellectual safety (R. David Lankes). 5. Codesign : § Work with organizations involved in the protection and defence of digital civil liberties: Mozilla, OpenMedia, Open Knowledge Foundation, Electronic Frontier Foundation, la Quadrature du net, Free Software Foundation, etc. § Organize citizen cafés to discuss about national and local digital strategies, and ask citizens what they want and where they want us to fit in – with them. § Deepen our community-led approach and refine our community development/codesign tools for digital literacy, and even for democratic participation.
  12. 12. … So let’s get out there and argue for one position !

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