Becoming Privacy Experts: Get Ready for #IL2019
We look forward to seeing you at IL2019 to explore the disruptive trends shaping the future of libraries and information professionals. One topic we’ll dive into is digital privacy and implications for librarians. Join the dialogue Tuesday October 22, A201-202 on "Becoming Privacy Experts".
To help ensure this session is on the mark please complete this 2-minute survey about your current approach to privacy. Keep in mind that “Organization" refers to where you work: library, media center, information center, knowledge management services, or any info-intensive department.
What concerns do you have about privacy?
Describe the privacy programs your organization offers today (check all that apply).
We offer classes/info sessions related to simple online privacy practices.
We educate the community about privacy and offer programs about privacy considerations for organizations.
We are considered at “Trust Advisor” for our community, and are involved with our municipal government related to privacy and responsible use of open data.
Other (please specify:
How does your organization use data to improve customer experience?
We do not use data about the community for designing or marketing programs.
We are starting to learn about how the data can be used to understand our community's needs.
We track and analyze anonymized data about how our assets are used by our community to understand trends and gaps.
We have data analytics expertise on staff and data is part of our decision making process.
What is ONE topic that you want to know more about related to privacy?
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