Event box

Academic Librarianship Today (Webinar)

Hosted by Yale University Library's Todd Gilman, this webinar offers multiple expert perspectives on the transformation of libraries as information organizations, the influence of technology on how we provide academic information resources and services in a digital and global environment, and the various career opportunities available for academic librarians now and in the future. The speakers offer broad and diverse views, ranging from those of senior administrators and practitioners working in North American academic libraries large and small to thought leaders from recognized non-profit organizations devoted to research and strategic guidance for libraries in the digital age, to library school faculty. What emerges is a library landscape at once full of promise and exciting initiatives yet beset by seemingly insurmountable challenges-how to attract and retain the talent needed for current and future professional roles, how to keep up with ever-advancing computer technology, and how to pay for all this along with the vast quantity of research materials our ambitious and accomplished patrons demand.

Date:
Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Time:
11:00am - 12:00pm
Location:
Library Room 208
Categories:
Professional Development (L4HSU)
Registration has closed.

Event Organizer

Profile photo of Sarah Fay Philips
Sarah Fay Philips