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SEFLIN Virtual Conference: Libraries the Intersection of Technology & Innovation

SAVE THE DATE – SEFLIN’S 2018 Virtual Conference
September 28, 2018 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. EST
Keynote Speaker: Stephen Abram, MLS
Managing Principle at Lighthouse Consulting, Inc.
CEO Federation of Ontario Public Libraries
Libraries the Intersection of Technology & Innovation
As library workers we are very proud (and rightly so) about the successful ways in which we have adapted to changing times and technologies. Of course, we can’t rest on our laurels. It’s said too often that change is the new normal. That’s because it’s true. If it is the new normal, let’s explore some scenarios underpinning even greater change in the coming years. Is the traditional web dying? Yes. Are some of our favorite formats ending? Yes – DVD, CD, MP3, eBooks, and more. What about apps? Nope, they’re dying quickly. How should our organizations be structured, led, and managed to build capacity for faster, more adaptive success? What will our future work look like? What is the future of digital? What is the future of physical?
Stephen will explore theses questions and more in this opening session to start off our virtual conference conversations.
Wayne H. Morse, Jr. PhD Emory University
Co-Director Emory Center for Digital Scholarship
Brandy McNeil, MBA New York Public Library
Associate Director of Technology Education & Training
Murtha Baca, PhD Getty Research Institute
Former Head of Digital Art History
Jenny Johnson, MLS Indiana University & Purdue University
Co-Director IUPUI University Library Center for Digital Scholarship
SEFLIN’S 2018 Virtual Conference – Libraries the Intersection of Technology & Innovation
September 28, 2018
For more information contact
Melanie McCartney @ [email protected]
SEFLIN, Inc. | Office 452 – Wimberly Library, Florida Atlantic University, 777 Glades Road,
Boca Raton, FL 33431

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