The presentation focuses on how the role of the academic librarians changes from traditional, to technological & social, to mobile and embedded librarian. To adapt to the changing environment the librarians need to adapt and develop new skills and play new roles. I'm providing some practical examples from my experiences.
Overall the ILI 2011 was a very successful and enlighting conference.
If you want to learn more about the ILI topics, discussions, links to presentations, etc. these are some useful blog posts, tweets, slide share presentations, statistics, etc.:
- ILI 2011 official presentations website
- The Library is everywhere: some key themes that emerged at ILI 2011 (2 pages)
- Technology Trends to watch (Brian Kelly)
- Thoughts from the ILI 2011 (blog post by Gary Green)
- Closing Panel: The new normal needs you (blog post by Emma Cragg)
- ILI 2011 presentations, blogs, etc. by scoop.it!
- ILI 2011: Lanyrd.com (The social conference directory)
- Networking at ILI 2011
- #ILI2011 Twitter archive (view what we talked & shared on Twitter in regard to ILI 2011)
- Visualising the ILI 2011: Twitter archive
- Librarians: agents of Social change (SLA Europe blog post)
- Productivity for Librarians (blog post by Jo Alcock)
- Evidence base blog post
- Internet Librarian International: Day 1; Day 2 (blog posts by Karen)
- Future Ready panel discussion at SLA Europe event, 26 Oct 2011
- Being Future ready in uncertain times (SLA blog)
- Academics do not have full understanding of Open Access
Those who did not attended the ILI 2011 Conference can have a good grasp of what was discussed, emerging trends, practical tips and new networking possibilities
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