This series of programs explores how library professional ethics, as presented in the Library Bill of Rights, along with intellectual freedom concerns and privacy, impact library operations, collection development, policies, planning and customer service.
This series addressed several questions: - How can a library become absolutely necessary to high quality of life in the community? - How can a library develop an active, interactive, mutually rewarding relationship with the community? - How can a library be regarded as an essential agency by the community leadership?
These workshops were intended to help Kansas librarians continue to contribute to economic recovery in their communities.
No longer an active program of the State Library, resources from the former Trustee Certification program, including Core Skills are available as a reference for those interested.