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Digital Privacy 101: A Primer for Librarians
Please note: This session will NOT be recorded.

Join presenters Christine Fena and Claire Payne of Stony Brook University to discuss digital privacy.

In this engaging session, participants will have the opportunity to explore several key aspects of online privacy, as well as think about ways to educate and inform their own patrons about digital privacy issues. The first part of the webinar will focus on some basics of how personal information is stored, used, and shared on the open web, in addition to a discussion of specific experiences such as navigating privacy policies. The second part of the session will focus on digital privacy concerns that are specific to library programs, policies, and services. Throughout, the workshop leaders will aim to create a space for participants to think critically about approaches to digital privacy, and to discover strategies they can use to become privacy advocates at their own libraries.

Free to ESLN Members. Registration is required.

This session is sponsored by the Empire State Library Network.

Contact Susan D'Entremont at susan@cdlc.org or Caitlin Kenney at ckenney@wnylrc.org for more info

Dec 9, 2021 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Christine Fena
Undergraduate Success Librarian @Stony Brook University
Christine Fena is the Undergraduate Success Librarian at Stony Brook University, and the library liaison to the Program in Writing and Rhetoric. In addition to regularly teaching library instruction sessions, she has taught a variety of credit-bearing courses, including in the Music Department, Program in Writing and Rhetoric, and in the first-year seminar program. She holds degrees in musicology and library/information science, and her research interests include topics related to modernist music, information literacy instruction, and information behavior.
Claire Payne
Web Services and Data Librarian @Stony Brook University Libraries
Claire Payne is the Web Services and Data Librarian at Stony Brook University Libraries, where she is also the liaison to the Department of Art. In addition to library privacy issues, her research interests include digital accessibility, content strategy, and contemporary visual culture. Claire holds an MS in Information Science and an MA in Art History, both from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.