This resource is intended to prepare school educators and librarians to talk about and respond to challenges aimed at materials by, for, or about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning youth.
An NCAC report that examines the way software programs and products filter out content. The publication is intended for policymakers and the general public as the grapple with the impact restrictive internet filters can have on freedom of expression and research.
A resource guide for public librarians seeking to take advantage of the benefits of technology for their communities without sacrificing free speech and inquiry.
These NCAC guidelines, produced in conjunction with the American Library Association and the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, are intended to help in the collection development of comic books; categorizing and shelving graphic novels; and handling complaints.