“Cutting-edge” Libraries to Share Best-practice Tips
In some ways, the future of libraries is happening today at leading libraries around the country.
One Annual program, “The Future of Libraries: Cutting-edge Services,” to be held from 10:30–noon on Saturday in MCC-Room 391, will feature the specific services at four libraries selected from those nominated in a broad solicitation organized by the Program on America’s Libraries for the 21st Century within ALA’s Office for Information Technology Policy (OITP).
The program will be moderated by Christine Lind Hage, chair of the OITP America’s Libraries for the 21st Century Subcommittee. Presenters will be this year’s winners, including Buffy Hamilton, Creekview High School, Media 21; Kristin Antelman, North Carolina State University Library, Web Design Project; John Davidson, OhioLINK, Digital Resource Commons; Mary Anne Hodel, Orange County Library System, OCLS Shake It! Mobile App.
What can you learn from these cutting-edge services for application in your library? Come and find out!