Informal Lunch with the PIE SIGs Meeting this Friday

This Friday, December 3rd at 2pm ET, is the next monthly meeting of the ALISE Information policy and Information Ethics (PIE) SIGs to have a collegial discussion about issues related to information policy and ethics. We invite anyone from the field to join us, regardless of your membership of our SIGs or ALISE! This time we have one reading that has been suggested, “Electronic Monitoring and Surveillance in the Workplace” by Kirstie Ball, University of St Andrews. 

If you would like to be part of this informal, collegial discussion group, please email mzimmerman@fsu.edu for the zoom link and the article. We hope to see a lot of you there!

Invitation to Lunch with PIE, an Informal Get Together

Beginning next Friday, October 1st, at 2pm EST, the Information policy and Information Ethics SIGs will be meeting monthly to hold a research and teaching discussion group. On every first Friday afternoon, we will have a pre-determined topic to discuss followed by a period for open conversation. It is our intention to do this in order to hold onto the energy that builds from the annual conference and carry it into the rest of the academic year.

Next Friday our topic will be on how LIS faculty is addressing the pandemic in the classroom, as an issue that may affect information policy and bring to light ethical considerations- not as the pandemic has influenced course delivery. We invite all members of the field to attend, regardless of your membership of our SIGs or ALISE.

If you would like to be part of this informal, collegial discussion group, please contact us for the zoom link. We hope to see a lot of you there!