Libraries Respond: Immigrants, Refugees, and Asylum Seekers. ALA Resolution in Support of Immigrant Rights 2006-2007 CD#20.2 (ALA Midwinter Meeting) WHEREAS, America's immigrants are strong and valuable part of the social fabric of this nation; and WHEREAS, The ALA Library Bill of Rights states that a person's right to use a library should not be denied or abridged because of origin, age, background, or views; and WHEREAS, The library community opposes all attempts at the local, state and federal level to restrict access to information by immigrants; and.
Interactive presentations to engage your audience. Home - Post-Election 2016 Recap & Resources - Library Guides at Penn State University. After two years of campaigning, debates, and media coverage, Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States.
Not only was this a tight race, but it brought out the best and worst in people. Over 130 million Americans voted in this election (some estimate 138 million, depending on the day) and for swing states like Pennsylvania, we saw an increase in voter turnout. The News Literacy Project. Truth, truthiness, triangulation: A news literacy toolkit for a “post-truth” world. Key People. Jim Teicher, CEO and Executive Director Jim Teicher is Cofounder and CEO of CyberSmart!
Education, a digital learning company and international leader in fostering digital literacy skills. In 2007 Jim founded CyberSmart! Africa—partnering with The Millennium Villages Project, a joint initiative of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, Millennium Promise and the United Nations Development Programme—to provide a sustainable, scalable solution to 21st century learning. Previously, Jim was cofounder and CEO of Stockalert, Inc., the award-winning financial information services company. S.O.S. for Information Literacy.