Library Freedom Project

Library Freedom Project is a project in the US to teach privacy at local libraries.

I find the idea quite interesting, as libraries are some of the few places where people can learn computer skills for free. But the reason why I’m bringing this up is because they have developed a 6 month training the trainers course which seems to be quite detailed.

The course materials are available in their wiki and on github The recordings of the trainings can be found on vimeo.

I think we build upon their materials and perhaps develop a full introductory course too based on these.

They also have a discourse forum, with some lively discussions around privacy and surveillance:

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They also have an active discourse forum here: https://libraryfreedom.chat

A recent interview about Alison’s project: