Hear from experts who are used to pushing on limits: of library technology, of instructional technology, and of the roles of libraries across technology and scholarship. Get them into a conversation about how we can push limits in our own institutional contexts.
As the Coordinator for Digital Scholarship and Services at the Haverford Libraries, Laurie collaborated with library colleagues and student assistants to create and implement a digital scholarship… Read more →
Jim is the co-founder of Reclaim Hosting, an independent web hosting company focused on the higher education community. Previously he was the director of the Division of Teaching and Learning… Read more →
Eric has been a librarian for more than thirty years, and he has been writing software for close to forty. Most of his experience has been in large academic research libraries, but has also worked… Read more →
Maha Bali is associate professor of practice at the Center for Learning and Teaching. She has been working in the field of faculty development since 2003. She currently teaches digital literacies… Read more →
Tracy Mitrano is the Academic Dean of the Trust Assurance and Cybersecurity Certificate Program for the University of Massachusetts. The former Director of IT Policy at Cornell University for over… Read more →
Titia van der Werf coordinates and extends OCLC Research activities throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa. She has special responsibilities for interactions with OCLC Research Library… Read more →