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Joyce Johnston

English Professor
George Mason University

As a specialist in intellectual property, Joyce Johnston has written and spoken on issues of information access for more than 20 years. Just last year, she wrote regularly for the ALA’s Intellectual Freedom blog. She has followed emergent issues in electronic information, beginning with digital copyright, then expanding her interests to such issues as online civility, the right to be forgotten and use of social media by libraries to construct their virtual personas. All of these endeavors depended heavily on net neutrality, especially early in investigations of issues not yet widely known. Net neutrality also significantly affects her career as a Professor of English at George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, USA, where she teaches advanced research techniques to juniors and seniors in science, tech and business fields.

Computers in Libraries 2018

Wednesday April 18, 2018

3:30 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.

D204: Improving Internet Access in U.S. Libraries

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