Sarah Hartman-Caverly

Sarah Hartman-Caverly is a librarian and Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Instruction Session Innovation Award winner for her work on the Digital Shred Privacy Literacy Initiative. She is passionate about talking to students about why privacy matters, and talking to other faculty about how to integrate intellectual privacy considerations into learning design.
Sarah writes about the compatibility of human and machine autonomy from the perspective of intellectual freedom. She is the lead editor of Practicing Privacy Literacy in Academic Libraries: Theories, Methods, and Cases (ACRL, 2023). Her writing appears in HxA: The Blog, ALA's Intellectual Freedom Blog, and Heterodoxy in the Stacks, and her research has appeared in College & Research Libraries, IFLA Journal, Library Trends, and portal: Libraries and the Academy.

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