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As stated on their website, the American Library Association's Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF) "is charged with implementing ALA policies concerning the concept of intellectual freedom as embodied in the Library Bill of Rights, the Association’s basic policy on free access to libraries and library materials." The links below will take you to the OIF homepage, the Library Bill of Rights, the Freedom to Read Statement, as well as a blog maintained by the OIF which contains the latest news and developments on issues related to censorship and intellectual freedom.
The Cooperative Children's Book Center is a joint project of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Education and Wisconsin Department of Instruction. It features booklists and intellectual freedom resources. And it sponsors the annual Charlotte Zolotow Award and CCBC Choices lists.
TeachingBooks is a resource made available throughout the state by the Alabama Virtual Library (AVL). This searchable database includes a variety of resources linked to books such as videos, lesson plans, book guides, award information, and text complexity notations. Users can also create custom interactive reading lists and differentiated lesson plans.
The Children’s Literature Association (ChLA) is a non-profit association of scholars, critics, professors, students, librarians, teachers and institutions dedicated to the academic study of literature for children. ChLA publishes Children's Literature and Children's Literature Association Quarterly.