Library 2.0 Virtual Conferences
The San José State University School of Information is excited to announce the first of three virtual Library 2.0 mini-conferences for 2024. This is a free event and will be held online. All sessions will be recorded and made available to attendees.
- Theme: AI and Libraries: Applications, Implications, and Possibilities
Date: Thursday, March 21, 2024
Time: 12 to 3 p.m. Pacific Time
Cost: None, It’s Free!
How has artificial intelligence impacted library services, resources, and work so far? How have libraries responded to these evolving technologies to better support their communities?
Join us for this free virtual conference to learn how libraries and library workers are engaging with artificial intelligence tools in their libraries from research support to information literacy to technical services. The conversations will address the practical implications of these tools in the library profession.
Our special conference chair is Dr. Raymond Pun, the academic and research librarian at Alder Graduate School of Education, and the immediate past president of the Chinese American Librarians Association and a past president of the Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association.
Please visit the conference website for the call for proposals, speaker biographies and participant registration.
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