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Join SLA's Learning Parnter, Computers in Libraries 2020 in DC, March 31-April 2

  • 1.  Join SLA's Learning Parnter, Computers in Libraries 2020 in DC, March 31-April 2

    Posted 02-26-2020 14:43
    As the Computers in Libraries 2020 Program Chair, and SLA Learning Partner, I am pleased to invite you to join us for this year's conference in Arlington, VA, March 31 - April 2. Our three-day event will feature over 100 of the most well-regarded speakers and thought leaders in the library and information industry, including many SLA members in the Enterprise Track & Workshop 9, Enterprise Information Services -- a conversation around Digital, AI, Diversity & more!

    Great Keynotes
    Tuesday: Digital Age Collaborations-Embrace The Unknowns! Eric Chan, Digital Artisan
    ✎ ▷ I G I T A L . △ R T I S △ N  , EEPMON

    Wednesday Morning: AI, Robots & Our Future World - Adam Baumstarck, Sr UX Designer, Deloitte Services LLP & Humanoid Robot Pepper
    Wednesday Evening: Agile For Great Teams: User Stories, Stand-Ups, Scrum, Kanban, & Trello

    Thursday: Literacy, Libraries & Innovation: Ensuring Equitable Access - Michael Peter Edson, Digital Strategist, Writer, Independent Consultant; John Bracken, Executive Director, Digital Public Library of America; David Ferriero, Archivist of the United States; Leslie Weir, Librarian & Archivist of Canada; Nicol Turner-Lee, Fellow, Brookings Center for Technology Innovation and Contributor to TechTank; Author

    Targeted Tracks to Cover all of Your Bases
    This year's program focuses on emerging and leading-edge technology that allows us to engage with and bring strategic value to our user communities.

    Tracks include: Search, discovery, & navigation; Data: visualization, management, & tools; AI & robotics future in libraries; Enterprise practices & insights; Cybersecurity & libraries; Content: open & digital access; Insights, innovation, & imagination; Internet@schools; Library Leaders Summit; and more!

    Unparalleled Networking Opportunities 
    Extend your network by building relationships and engaging face to face with your colleagues and first time attendees, meeting new info pros, chatting with speakers, discussing innovations with library suppliers – be stimulated by conversations, learn from thought leaders and experts, let serendipity rule! Join us for speaker meet & greet breakfasts, attendee meet ups, dine arounds, and more. Learn more here.

    Visit our site to see our full program, and don't forget to register before Friday to receive Early Bird pricing! Sign up by 11:59pm on 2/28 to get the best deal on your conference pass. 

    We're looking forward to seeing you again in March at Computers in Libraries.

    Jane Dysart
    Dysart & Jones Associates