Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Net Neutrality for Libraries Presentation

Earlier this week, Alex Guindon and Danielle Dennie of Concordia University in Montreal made a presentation at the 2009 annual conference of the Canadian Library Association in that same city.

It is entitled Net Neutrality and what it means for libraries and has been made available on the E-LIS site (E-prints in Library and Information Science):
"Net Neutrality, the idea that the Internet should be provided to all without discrimination based on content or applications, has been an important policy issue in the last few years. The focus of the presentation will be on key concepts, historical perspectives, legislative issues, and the impact of Net Neutrality on libraries and their users."

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 7:03 pm


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