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My Presentations at CIL 2013: Tech, content, leadership, enterprise, and mobile

by Joe Murphy Librarian on April 1st, 2013

Tech, content, and mobile: My sessions at CIL this year.

I have the joy of contributing at the Computers in Libraries (CIL) conference in DC next week. CIL is the top conference on Libraries and technology and I look forward to giving a few talks, serving on the conference board, meeting innovative professionals, and learning more than a few things. My contributions at CIL this year include running a panel of leaders innovating through tech transformations, content technology, the Apple ecosystem’s opportunities for information, and mobile content in the enterprise. Most of these talks will be posted to my Slideshare page http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/

Leadership and tech change workshop panel:

  • “Pivoting to Meet Technology Change.”
  • Sunday April 7, 1:30PM – 4:30PM. Register http://www.infotoday.com/CIL2013/Registration.asp
  • Innovative leaders discuss their approaches to changes in technology. On Sunday I will have the honor of leading this afternoon workshop (session W12) that features renowned leaders and their expert insights into navigating our information centers through technological upheaval.
  • Panelists: each of these exciting speakers are innovative leaders in the library world:
    • Kim Dulin, Co-Director, Harvard Library Innovation Lab.
    • Erik Boekesteijn, founder and director Doklab, Doklab and ShanachieTour.
    • Richard P. Hulser, Chief Librarian, Research & Collections, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
    • Susan Considine, Executive Director, The Fayetteville Free Library and ALA LLAMA Division Councilor, NYLA PLS President, NYLA Councilor at Large.
    • Joe Murphy (moderator), Technology Trend Analyst & Librarian, Libraryfuture.
  • I will ask this distinguished panel to address these questions:
    • What approaches do you take/suggest in adapting to technological changes?
    • What tech areas are making a fresh impact now and what techs will affect libraries widely in the near future? What is on the tech horizon that libraries would be wise to begin planning for and designing adaptive strategies for?

Content Tech:

  • “New Trends in Content & Resource-Sharing Tech.”
  • Track A: “Content Management.”
  • Tuesday, April 9, 10AM.
  • What a time of change for content technology. Content changes guided by tech directions provide opportunities for library directions. In this talk I will be sharing the stage with Marshall Breeding. I will outline the now and next content tech directions and discuss how content is a tech issue and technology can be a culture issue. I’ll address the newest developments in content technology and in technology impacting content models including the Goodreads/Amazon news, Google Glass and wearable tech’s impact on content, Flipboard’s recent news affecting personal curation, mobile hardware developments changes content, intelligent content, the internet of things, and more now directions.

iOS 6 & iPhone 5 CyberTour Brief talk:

  • CyberTour, ““iOS6 and iPhone 5 for Libraries.”
  • Monday, April 8 at 2:30-2:45PM in the exhibit hall.
  • Implications of iPhone 5 and Apple’s newest mobile operating system iOS6 on information and libraries. This short and to the point (15 mins) CyberTour will outline in practical terms why libraries should care and how they can act to maximize Apple’s iOS operating system.
  • Check out these other hot Cyberour talks http://www.infotoday.com/cil2013/cybertours.asp#Monday
  • See my previous thoughts about this before hearing my in-depth update live at CIL.

Mobile Enterprise:

  • “Mobile Content in the Enterprise.”
  • Tuesday April 9, 4:15PM, Track C, Enterprise 2.0 & Information Services.
  • I am very lucky to be invited to stand in for Robin Neidorf, Director of Research at Free Pint Limited, who cannot make it. This session will feature research from FreePint on enterprise deployment of mobile content, organization mobile strategy as service providers and content aggregators. I will also share my own analysis of mobile content in the enterprise including topics such as bring your own device (BYOD), strategy, device and format trends, leadership, and directions for mobile in the enterprise.

CIL is annually held in DC at the Washington Hilton, site of both the Whitemove House Correspondent’s Dinner and the attempted assassination of President Reagan. The conference features the top innovative thinkers and doers in library technology. I’ve had the honor of serving on the conference board for the past few years, running the mobile track, moderating exciting programs, working with inspiring speakers, and have seen some of the brightest library innovations emerge on stage.

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I look forward to meeting you in DC.
- Joe Murphy Librarian  @libraryfuture


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