Guest Post by Leah Langby, IFLS Library System
Wisconsin public library workers now have access to a tutorial covering the basics of privacy and public libraries, with specific attention to Wisconsin laws.
- The tutorial for front-line staff includes three modules. Each module consists of a short (8-9 minute) video, links to additional reading, and a short comprehension quiz. The goal is to help front-line staff understand the reasons behind privacy policies and laws, as well as learning how to interact effectively with library users about privacy.
- Additionally, library directors and managers can access a short tutorial with suggestions for working with staff, creating policies, and other administrative tasks related to protecting patron privacy.
- Those who complete the tutorials will be able to print a certificate of completion.
These tutorials were created by the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s iSchool, and are sponsored by Wisconsin Public Library Systems with support from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, with funding from the Institute for Museum and Library Services.
Privacy and Wisconsin Public Libraries Tutorial for Front-Line Staff: https://my.nicheacademy.com/iflslib-staff/course/56679
Privacy and Wisconsin Public Libraries Tutorial for Managers and Directors: https://my.nicheacademy.com/iflslib-staff/course/56903
Please contact Leah Langby (email@example.com) with questions, or if you have any difficulty accessing the tutorials.