American Library Association (ALA) Banned Books Week
An annual celebration of the freedom to read.
ALA Office of Intellectual Freedom
Materials for understanding intellectual freedom, censorship, and First Amendment issues.
Freedom to Read Foundation
Established in 1969 as a First Amendment legal defense organization affiliated with the American Library Association.
From The National Council of Teachers of English.
Banned Books and Censorship Information
from Loyola University Libraries.
Library Media Center Materials
ALA's Office of Intellectual Freedom
Challenged/Banned Books in Recent News
Search Databases for Articles & More
NOTE: For home access to databases you will be prompted for a username and/or password , so pick up a library brochure with all the information. A brochure is also in Mrs. Brennan's shared folder on Classlink.
This multi-disciplinary database provides full text for more than 4,600 journals.
A collection of content (from reference books, magazines, journals, multimedia and more) that helps students explore issues from all perspectives including more than 14,000 pro/con viewpoint essays.
This online bibliography builder, which the Library Media Center (LMC) subscribes to, also enables you to use an online notecard system and write your paper in Google Docs. If using MLA (Modern Language Association) citation format choose MLA Advanced. Click on "Create a Personal ID" to set up a new account. Your work will be saved indefinitely.
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