Intellectual Freedom Digital Curation
Students have the right to access, receive, and share information without restriction. Where is the line, though? Intellectual freedom should be encouraged through the resources offered in school settings and supported by media center librarians. This list was curated for instructors, school librarians, and parents with resources of how to encourage intellectual freedom within their school spaces and at home. It is important for students to learn the world and follow their interests. This support should begin at home and be fostered in school. This list includes support resources, videos, slides, webinars, documents, and suggested titles for collection development in support of intellectual freedom and resisting censorship for students in grades K-12.