An assignment for LIS 6010 requires me to select an LIS leader, write a paper, and prepare a presentation complete with hand-outs. I selected Everett T. Moore, fighter for intellectual freedom and advocate for equal access.

Other than dealing with a crisis at work, I have spent my day working on the paper with hopes of having it completed by tomorrow evening or Monday at the latest which will allow me to focus heavily on the presentation.

It has been one very long day…

Books and articles currently on my desk:
American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. (6th ed.) Washington, DC: Author.

Moore, E. T. (1964). Issues of freedom in American libraries. Chicago: American Library Association.

Harwell, R & Moore, E. T. (1959). The Arizona State University Library: A survey of the library. Chicago: American Library Association.

Library of Congress Information Bulletin. (1974) v. 33, pp. 174 – 175.

Harlan, R. D. (1978). The colonial printer: two views: a paper read at the Clark Library seminar on intellectual freedom, June 19, 1976, in honor of Everett T. Moore. Los Angeles: UCLA.

Robbins, L. S. (2001). The overseas libraries controversy and the freedom to read: U.S. librarians and publishers confront Joseph McCarthy. Libraries and culters, V. 36, No. 1. Austin: University of Texas Press.