Ethical Decision Making for Digital Libraries by Cokie G. Anderson

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Author
Cokie G. Anderson
Publisher
Chandos Publishing
Date of release
Pages
152
ISBN
9781843341499
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Paperback
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Book review

This book examines the ethical issues and dilemmas that arise in digital libraries, and the codes of conduct, professional guidelines and ethics resources used in resolving them. The book begins with an overview of classical and applied ethics, then reviews the codes of conduct of professional information societies (libraries, archivists, information technology). The book then examines issues and situations that arise in digitization and digital library management, and explores the ways established information ethics can be applied and adapted to these cases.

  • Looks at ethics relating to digitization, digital libraries and preservation
  • Includes decision making guides for various situations that arise in digital libraries, with questions for readers to ask themselves when faced with an ethical dilemma
  • Takes the professional guidelines and codes of conduct for librarians, archivists and information workers as stated in the codes of ethics for various professional societies and applies these to the world of digital libraries


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