Eric Stroshane has twenty years of experience working in public, special, and academic libraries. He currently provides the American Library Associations Office for Intellectual Freedom challenge support, database maintenance, and assistance with publications as part of their efforts to combat censorship and defend the freedom to read. He is the news editor for the Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy, curates a weekly news compilation for Alas's Intellectual Freedom Blog, and is a former president of the Mountain Plains Library Association. He has delivered training and presentations on intellectual freedom issues for library directors, staff, board members, and the general public nationwide. He holds a Masters degree in Library Science from Indiana University Bloomington, an MA in English from the University at Buffalo, and a BA in English from Pennsylvania State University. In his life beyond library walls, Eric is an electronic musician, mountain biker, kayaker, hiker, dog-lover, and yogi.
Slides - https://www.dropbox.com/s/uzifqxbgiaa6u2x/LibraryBooksUnderFire.pdf?dl=0