I3: Joe Janes Discusses the Library of Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

Time: 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Location: 606-607
Description:

Joseph Janes, writer of American Library's "Another Story" column, curator of the podcast series "Documents that Changed the World," and associate professor and MLIS program chair at the University of Washington iSchool, will discuss what's in store for the library of the future.

Takeaway 1: Participants will be able to identify coming trends in library technology.

Takeaway 2: Participants will compare a broad picture of evolving library technology with the constant of human searching behavior.

Takeaway 3: Participants will assess whether information technology in their libraries is in line with current trends.

Who should attend: All librarians—technical service librarians, reference librarians, library management, private law librarians

Track(s): Library Management, Information Technology, Reference, Research and Client Services, Collection Development and Cataloging, General or Core Programs

Presenters:
Christina Tarr (Coordinator)
Joseph Janes (Speaker)
Georgia Briscoe (Moderator)
Topics: Programs, Programs and Workshops
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