Innovations in 21st-Century Information Services

 

Friday, September 8, 2017
8:30AM – 4:30PM
Columbus Metropolitan Library

Main Auditorium/Conference Room 1A
96 S. Grant Avenue
Columbus, OH 43215

Accommodations: DoubleTree Suites Columbus Downtown

Schedule-at-a-Glance 
08:30-09:00amRegistration/Check-in/Continental Breakfast
09:00-09:15amWelcome and Opening Remarks
Lynn Silipigni Connaway,
ASIS&T President
09:15-10:45amPanel: "The Right to be Forgotten and the Impact on Digital Collections"
Moderator: Virginia Dressler
Jen Johnson (Library Consultant, State Library of Ohio/DPLA),
Cindy Kristof (Copyright Librarian, Kent State University),
Aaron O'Donovan (Digitization and Local History Librarian, Columbus Metro Libraries),
Jenni Salamon (Ohio Digital Newspapers, Ohio History Connection),
Jane Wildermuth (Head of Digital Initiatives,
Wright State University Libraries)
10:45-11:00amMorning Break
11:00-12:00pmKeynote: "Public Libraries: A Future With Purpose"
Patrick Losinski, CEO Columbus Metropolitan Library
12:00-12:45pmLunch (Conference Room 1A)
12:45-1:45pm"Communicating Library Impact Beyond Library Walls: A Collaborative Effort"
Lynn Silipigni Connaway,
ASIS&T President
1:45-3:15pmPanel: "Evolving Landscapes in Academic and Public Libraries"
Alison Armstrong (Associate Director for Research & Education, OSU Libraries),
Tim Kambitsch (Director, Dayton County Metropolitan Library),
George Needham (Director, Delaware County District Libraries),
Terry Reese (Head of Digital Initiatives,
OSU Libraries)
3:15-3:30pmAfternoon Break
3:30-4:30pmPanel: "Big Data Management and Digital Privacy"
Amanda Rinehart (Data Management Services Librarian, Ohio State University),
Pete Pascuzzi (Health &
Life Sciences Librarian, Purdue University)
Kayla Siddell (Data Curation Librarian,
Indiana State University)
Amanda Rinehart (Ohio State University)

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SOIC-IUPUI-Vertical-TAB-full-color-WEBIUPUI’s Department of Library and Information Science specializes in fostering collaborative learning from a distance. We create an environment that allows you to work from home or wherever you need to be. In our online classes you’ll create technology plans, develop leadership strategies, build web pages, and organize and preserve information in digital libraries. To broaden your technology skill set, you can take additional courses through the School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI. Our Master of Library Science, accredited by the American Library Association, is offered 100% online and specializes in fostering collaborative learning from a distance.

KENTThe iSchool at Kent State University has evolved over its 60+ year history to serve the ever-changing needs of information professionals and the organizations that seek to employ them. As early as 1946, Kent State University began offering undergraduate courses in library and information science. Today the iSchool offers two master’s degrees entirely online, participates in an interdisciplinary Ph.D. program, boasts a faculty of world-renowned researchers and is the largest graduate program at the University.