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    • PFE Fall 2013 Reflections Kelly A. LeMeur
    • Long, long ago - a monastic curse warned “For him that stealeth, or borroweth and returneth not, this book from its owner . . . let it change into a serpent in his hand and rend him. Let him be struck with palsy, and all his members blasted. Let him languish in pain crying aloud for mercy, and let there be no surcease to his agony till he sing in dissolution. Let bookworms gnaw his entrails in token of the Worm that dieth not, and when at last he goeth to his final punishment, let the flames of Hell consume him forever.” (Greenblatt, 2011, p. 30.)
    • (Apollo X, 1969) Time PassedApp
    • (Wikiscient, 2008)
    • Until, finally, one day was born the ALA Code of Ethics (American Library Association, 1939/2013) Professional Service Intellectual Freedom Privacy
    • Teamwork Clear and respectful communication
    • (Scherman, 1939)
    • Intellectual Freedom ● ● ● ● ● Tell the truth (illuminate, don’t obfuscate). Welcome everyone. Evaluate information and check sources. Question authority. Apply Ranganathan's first law, books are for use, to all sources of information. (Ranganathan, 1929/2006)
    • Privacy ● ● ● ● Provide tools for thought, not thoughts. Mind our own business. Do not gossip Do our own work and encourage others to do their own work. Goal: become more familiar with Warren and Brandeis’s 1890 Harvard Review article “The Right to Privacy”
    • Professional Service + Intellectual Freedom + Privacy = Safety
    • (Coker, 2008)
    • Nomination for Graduation form
    • To create accessible video tutorials consider: ● ● ● ● ● ● Create for point of need service: reduce, reuse and recycle Clean the desktop Prepare a script Visuals: (limit mouse movement) Practice, revise, practice Create the tutorial ○ Title slide ○ High quality audio ○ Annotations ○ Captions ○ Captions, annotations and explicit direction help make videos accessible
    • References American Library Association. (2013). Code of ethics of the American Library Association. http://www.ala.org/advocacy/proethics/codeofethics/codeethics Coker, C. (2008, September 28). The freedom of speech [Photo]. Retreived from www.flickr.com Greenblatt, S. (2011). The swerve: How the world became modern. New York, NY: W. W. Norton. [from: Avrin, L. Scribes, script and books: The book arts from antiquity to the renaissance. (1991). Chicago and London: American Library Association and the British Library. p. 324. The manuscript is in Barcelona.] Apollo X. (1969, May). [jpeg]. Retrieved from http://images.google.com/hosted/life/07e8fff9ad433d02.html Ranganathan, S. (2006). The five laws of library science. New Delhi: Ess Ess Publications. (Original work published 1926) Sherman, D. (1939). Brooklyn Dodgers[jpeg]. Retrieved from http://images.google.com/hosted/life/0a68aaff04020098.html Warren, S. & Brandeis, L. (1890). The right to privacy. Harvard Law Review, 4(5), 193-220. Wikiscient. (2008, May 26). Globespin.gif [gif]. Retrieved from http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Globespin.gif
    • Thank you Best of Luck