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The instructional programs team Evans Library of the Florida Institute of Technology (Melbourne, Florida) has created two displays concerning the censorship of books.  The first was in 2003 and proved to be such a popular display that another, similar display was created in 2006.  Both displays drew attention from students, staff, faculty, and the local media.
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The instructional programs team of Evans Library of the Florida Institute of Technology (Melbourne, Florida) has created two displays concerning the censorship of books.  The first was in 2003 and proved to be such a popular display that another, similar display was created in 2006.  Both displays drew attention from students, staff, faculty, and the local media.
  
 
The 2003 display was titled Banned Books.  The title of the 2006 display was Intellectual Freedom? Yes! Censorship? No!  Links to a Web version of each display can be found under useful links below.
 
The 2003 display was titled Banned Books.  The title of the 2006 display was Intellectual Freedom? Yes! Censorship? No!  Links to a Web version of each display can be found under useful links below.
  
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== Useful Links ==
  
 
[http://www.lib.fit.edu/pubs/librarydisplays/Banned%20Books%20website.htm Banned Books (2003)]  
 
[http://www.lib.fit.edu/pubs/librarydisplays/Banned%20Books%20website.htm Banned Books (2003)]  
  
 
[http://www.lib.fit.edu/pubs/librarydisplays/bannedbooks/website.htm Intellectual Freedom? Yes! Censorship? No! (2006)]
 
[http://www.lib.fit.edu/pubs/librarydisplays/bannedbooks/website.htm Intellectual Freedom? Yes! Censorship? No! (2006)]

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Display Overview

The instructional programs team of Evans Library of the Florida Institute of Technology (Melbourne, Florida) has created two displays concerning the censorship of books. The first was in 2003 and proved to be such a popular display that another, similar display was created in 2006. Both displays drew attention from students, staff, faculty, and the local media.

The 2003 display was titled Banned Books. The title of the 2006 display was Intellectual Freedom? Yes! Censorship? No! Links to a Web version of each display can be found under useful links below.

Useful Links

Banned Books (2003)

Intellectual Freedom? Yes! Censorship? No! (2006)