Libraries in the Digital Age
Friday 17 August, 13:30-14:30, Committee Room 3, FREE
New technology provides new opportunities for public libraries to reimagine themselves and provide new kinds of service, but it also fundamentally changes the traditional model of the public library service. How can libraries respond to these opportunities and challenges and ensure that the public library service remains relevant to the needs of 21stcentury citizens? This session, chaired by Melvyn Ingleson
of Microsoft, includes contributions from Martyn Wade
, National Library of Scotland; Max Whitby
, Touch Press; and Liz McGettigan
, Edinburgh City Libraries.
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