Participatory, hyperlinked library services; DIY and maker movements; emerging technology in academic and research libraries; Google Glass—the Library 2.014 conference covered a broad range of topics and these were among the most notable. Join us for this free LJ webcast, where we’ll cover the highlights of each one and offer key takeaways.
- Michael Stephens will discuss participatory, hyperlinked library services in a connected world of “continuous computing.”
- Susan Hildreth will reflect on how the DIY and maker movements—particularly as they relate to STEM education (with badges to certify skill development)—place libraries as central learning hubs for their communities.
- Samantha Adams Becker taught the first online course ever to take place in Facebook. She will explore emerging technology uptake—especially digital communication formats—in various education sectors including academic and research libraries.
- Ayyoub Ajmi will describe experiences using Google Glass at the UMKC School of Law Library—what they did with it, what they couldn’t do, and what’s for the future.
Join Michael Stephens who will moderate a lively and insightful discussion with our panel of distinguished experts.
Ayyoub Ajmi, Digital Communications & Learning Initiatives Librarian, University of Missouri Kansas City (UMKC)
Samantha Adams Becker, Senior Director of Communications, New Media Consortium
Susan Hildreth, Director, Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)
Michael Stephens, Assistant Professor and monthly columnist for Library Journal
Presented by: San Jose State University, Follett, and Rutgers
Event Date & Time: Thursday, October 30, 2014, 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PT
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