On October 19, 2016,Library Journal,School Library Journal, and thousands of library professionals from around the world will gather for the eighth annual Digital Shif tvirtual conference to focus on the challenges and opportunities presented by the digital transition’s impact on libraries and their communities.
As technology evolves, so do the needs of communities, and more than ever, libraries are uniquely positioned to provide services to lead their communities and beyond. The “digital shift” continues to press libraries forward as it allows and compels them to create and improve library service through the smart and coherent application of technology to mission.
The Digital Shift: The Service Continuumwill deliver the most relevant and up-to-the-minute thinking to help drive libraries and stakeholders into the future.
|Manoush Zomorodi, Host of WNYC’sNote to Self, the tech show about being human, and author ofBored and Brilliant: Rediscovering the Lost Art of Spacing Out(St. Martin’s, 2017). She has won numerous awards for her work including four from the New York Press Club. In 2014, the Alliance for Women in Media named her Outstanding Host. Prior to New York Public Radio, Manoush reported and produced around the world for BBC News and Thomson Reuters.
Join usto explore emerging technologies, exciting service models, innovative programming, new ways of sparking learning and engagement, and the evolving publishing ecosystem. Four high-content learning tracks for and from libraries of all types—school, academic, and public—will be offered in key areas.
4 Content Tracks
•Libraries in the Life Cycle
•Hyperlocal to Global
•Fast Learning Presentations
•Poster Sessions: Best Practices from the Field, Curated by Sponsor Partners
The Digital Shiftis a complimentary virtual conference: no traveling costs, no accommodation costs, no attendance fees. ALL CONTENT. It’s a must for anyone who has a role in their public, academic, or school library setting.