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Joe Murphy, Director Library Futures. Trend Spotter, Innovative Interfaces Libraryfuture

Joe Murphy, Librarian, works in the capacity of Director, Library Futures with Innovative Interfaces to help libraries meet their robust futures. Joe has been a Technology Trends Analyst & LibraryFutures consultant, an innovation leadership researcher, and former Science Librarian at Yae University. 

Joe identifies and synthesizes technology directions and their impacts. Joe delivers keynote presentations around the world on issues of the library of the future and technology directions. Joe authors the influential Twitter account libraryfuture and blog http://libraryfuture.com/, and has authored/edited several books.

 


Sessions by Joe Murphy
Sunday 10-21-2012 1:30 PM 4:30 PM Social Branding for Dummies
Wednesday 10-24-2012 11:30 AM 12:15 PM C302: Makerspaces: The Transformational Power
Wednesday 10-24-2012 10:30 AM 11:15 AM E301: Coaching & Mentoring
Moderator: 10-23-2012 Track A Digital Services

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