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The Technology Conference for Information Age Librarians
Computers in Libraries 2004 March 10-12, 2004

Hilton Washington
1919 Connecticut Ave. NWWashington, DC 20009


Wednesday Evening Session

Free and open to all registrants, exhibitors and exhibit visitors.

TechForum 2004: Looking at Dead & Emerging Technologies
Jefferson Room
7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

MODERATOR: D. Scott Brandt, Technology Training Librarian, Purdue University Libraries

PANELISTS: Darlene Fichter, Data Librarian, University of Saskatchewan & Northern Lights Internet Solutions
Bill Spence, CTO, Information Today, Inc.
Jenny Levine, Suburban Library System & Publisher, The Shifted Librarian
Andrew K. Pace, Head, Systems, NCSU Libraries
Stephen Abram, President-elect, Canadian Library Association

Firmly in the knowledge age, organizations and communities are striving to become learning organizations and centers, and librarians are even more critical to the transfer of knowledge in these learning environments. Our popular “dead technology” session focuses this year on those technologies that will, and will not, allow us to transfer knowledge to our clients in easy, cost-effective, and relevant ways. This session features some new views as well as some of our long-term Computers in Libraries experts, pioneers, and practitioners. It is free and open to all registrants, exhibitors, and exhibit visitors. Come and hear our panel’s predictions of future-challenged technologies as they praise and condemn available and emerging technologies.


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