As technology evolves, so does the content we share among libraries. What will resource sharing look like in the near future? The session starts with a brief overview of AI/Machine Learning, Blockchain, and Virtual Reality and how they may benefit or challenge resource sharing in libraries. We will then open up the discussion to talk about what the future of resource sharing might look like and how libraries can adapt to emerging technologies.
Presenter: Ken Fujiuchi
Always looking to integrate emerging technology into the academic environment in creative and practical ways. Ken Fujiuchi is the Emerging Technology Librarian in the E. H. Butler Library at SUNY Buffalo State. Ken holds a Master's in Library Science from the University at Buffalo. His research interests include information literacy, augmented reality, social media, and other emerging technologies.
We invite you to submit a question for Ken - there will be a place to do that during the registration process. The deadline to submit questions is July 7th.
Free to ESLN Members. Registration is required.
This session is sponsored by the Empire State Library Network. If you have any questions, contact Kathleen Gundrum (email@example.com) or Laura Osterhout (firstname.lastname@example.org).