Sarah Hartman-Caverly

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    Examines the compatibility of human autonomy and machine autonomy from the perspective of library ethics, including privacy, confidentiality, and intellectual freedom.

    Education/Academic qualification

    MS Library and Information Science, Drexel University

    Award Date: Jun 1 2011

    MS Information Systems, Drexel University

    Award Date: Jun 1 2011

    BA Anthropology, Haverford College

    Award Date: May 15 2007

    Researcher Defined Keywords

    • qualitative
    • ethnography
    • autoethnography
    • netnography
    • intellectual freedom
    • privacy and confidentiality
    • big data
    • artificial intelligence
    • ethics


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