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The future of libraries is in digital technology, so long as the library understands what technologies its community needs to facilitate knowledge. Users increasingly use and need digital technologies providing opportunities for libraries! This is a mainstream article posted in the linkedin digital libraries group. Enjoy! http://www.linkedin.com/news?viewArticle=&articleID=911075850&gid=126125&type=member&item=80412027&articleURL=http%3A%2F%2Fbit%2Ely%2FslLpp1&urlhash=j0Vg&trk=group_most_popular-0-b-shrttl&goback=%2Egmp_126125%2Egde_126125_member_68337711 Advertisements

I recently visited the Conrad N. Hilton Library, the academic library for the Culinary Institute of America in New York. It was very cool to see a library specialized for a very specific academic audience. It is very different from typical university libraries. The Conrad Library’s purpose is to facilitate the access to culinary knowledge … Continue reading

NYLA Conference and Librareo

New York Library’s Rock! That was the theme of this year’s New York Library’s Association’s Conference in Saratoga Springs. First, thank you to NYLA for putting together the conference. I found the panels extremely informative and enjoyed being able to talk with various people at the trade show. Second, thank you to Syracuse University for … Continue reading

Getting that First Job, Advice I Have Been Given

I am excited to have the opportunity to attend NYLA’s Annual Conference tomorrow in Saratoga Springs. In addition to learning about the latest news, trends and innovation in the library world, conferences provide excellent opportunities to network with professionals and potential employers. Since attending the i-school at Syracuse University, I have been bombarded with information … Continue reading

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