Bonnie Tijerina

Librarian, Entrepreneur and Library Community Convener

Bonnie Tijerina is a librarian, entrepreneur, and library community convener. She is founder and president of Electronic Resources & Libraries. Her work will create opportunities for education, debate, and discussion within the library profession around the increasingly complex concept of privacy in the digital world. Bonnie will be working closely with libraries to support user privacy and empower the general citizenry to make informed decisions about their data.




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Related Events

  • 10.18.17  |  From the Newsroom to the News Feed: How Do We Investigate Forces Shaping News Production and Distribution and Respond to Them?

  • 10.17.17  |  Building Equitable Digital Communities

  • 12.02.16  |  Privacy and Security in New York City; a Community Learning Event

  • 06.22.16  |  Digital Privacy: Fundamental Concepts

  • 06.22.16  |  Digital Privacy: Hands-on Tactics and Tools

  • 04.14.16  |  Big Data Ethics Support Systems

  • 04.06.16  |  Designing the Future of Libraries on the Web

  • 12.14.15  |  Big Data Ethics Support Systems and Networks

  • 12.02.15  |  Openlab Workshop – Small Group Meeting

  • 10.26.15  |  DLF Forum 2015

  • 10.14.15  |  The Digital Shift: Libraries Connecting Communities

  • 06.25.15  |  Building a Responsive City Discussion with Control Group + Friends

  • 06.15.15  |  Libraries, Digital Privacy, & Data Literacy

  • 05.08.15  |  Privacy and Surveillance: Library Advocacy for the 21st Century

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