This coming Tuesday afternoon I’ll be delivering an online presentation for the Education Institute on future tech.
In 1957 an article in Wilson Library Bulletin complained that with the advent of the telephone at the reference desk, librarians couldn’t provide appropriate service to patrons that come into the library. These days libraries are trying as hard as they can to provide 24/7 services whether the patron is in the library or not. In this session, Michael Sauers, Technology Innovation Librarian, at the Nebraska Library Commission takes a look at some of the state of the art technologies that are starting to be implemented in libraries today, and then presents technologies that you may not have even heard of yet, that may just change how libraries serve their communities.
Registration details can be found on the EI Web site.