Luncheon- Access Schmaccess: Libraries in the Age of Information Ubiquity

A session at MLA/DLA Annual Conference 2013

Friday 10th May, 2013

12:15pm to 2:30pm (EST)

The presence of ubiquitous access to a global information network, and the cultures that flourish on that network, change everything about libraries…. Or do they? Eli Neiburger will highlight some of the contrasts between the web culture of this century, and the broadcast culture of the last century, exploring how the value, mission, and focus of libraries are impacted by this cultural change, which has still barely begun. Maybe the library of the future is not really so different from the library of the past… from a certain point of view.

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Time 12:15pm2:30pm EST

Date Fri 10th May 2013


Crystal Ballroom, Clarion Resort Hotel

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