Information Ethics concerns the values and applications of how information is made, treated, organized, and made available for users. The articles published in this publication reflect the work of several librarians from around the world who wish to define and develop the values they believe central to the work of an information specialist, and how best to apply those values to the professional lives of all information specialists.Über den Autor:
Amélie Vallotton Preisig is currently Information Officer at Alliance Sud in Lausanne (Switzerland), and Secretary of the Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression Committee of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA/FAIFE). She is also Board Member of the Association of Swiss Librarians and Information Specialists (BIS). Hermann Roesch is a member of the IFLA/FAIFE Committee, and Professor of Library and Information Science at the Cologne University of Applied Sciences in Germany. Christoph Stückelberger is Executive Director and Founder of Globethics.net, and Professor of Ethics at the Theological Faculty of the University of Basel in Switzerland. He is also a regular visiting lecturer of Ethics for universities in developing countries.
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