[Air-L] Key issues in digital libraries: Grey Literature and Information Ethics Workshop - Oxford, 6 September 2012
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Tue Jul 31 07:54:02 PDT 2012
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Grey Literature and Information Ethics: Key Shared Concerns
The first in this series is a workshop organized by InfoEthics UK in
collaboration with GreyNet International and will be held in Oxford, England
on 6 September 2012.
Grey literature and information ethics are two fundamental aspects of LIS
professional practice in the digital information economy - yet both are
still poorly understood and often marginalized. Ignoring the critical role
of ethical decision-making puts your organization at risk. Key areas of
shared concern include: ● peer review ● digital preservation ● privacy ●
standardization ● validation and ● equitable pricing.
These and other topics will be addressed in a Workshop presented by leading
practitioners in their field on 6 September 2012 at St Hilda’s College,
Register now at: http://www.greynet.org/greyforumseries.html
The Workshop is designed for information professionals in all sectors who
are involved in the management of information resources.
・ Ethical decision-making
・ Perspectives from the Grey Literature community
・ Case studies
・ Shared concerns
・ Drafting a consensus
・ Review and Action Plan
This Workshop will equip you with the key skills needed to identify and
resolve ethical dilemmas in the workplace.
All delegates take away a personalized Action Plan and Workbook.
Contact for further details:
+44 (0) 7985 968-512
Grey Literature Network Service
1095 CP Amsterdam
T/F +31-(0)20 331 2420
Email: info at greynet.org
"GreyNet is dedicated to Research, Publication, Open Access, and Education
in the field of Grey Literature"
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