True Leaders Create Other Leaders
- I was deeply honored to be one of the first American Library Association (ALA) Emerging Leaders. Being part of the first group of any endeavor is at once both flattering and pioneering.. With a group of 116 participants from all over the country, this was no small undertaking. This program was very well designed and responsive to participant feedback and recommendations. It was refreshing to be a valued member of this program. Our project attempted to begin framing the issue for a national deliberation on privacy. Framing the issue of privacy was believed to be the most important and difficult step. How an issue is framed can illuminate or bias deliberation as well as make it boring or stimulating. Our poster highlighted some crucial statistics reported by the Pew Internet and American Life Project in their document: “Teens, Privacy and Online Social Networks: How Teens Manage Their Online Identities and Personal Information in the Age of MySpace.”
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- Smith, Felicia A. (2007). True Leaders Create Other Leaders. Stanford Digital Repository. Available at: https://purl.stanford.edu/fv312pt6985
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