Library 2.0 Virtual Conferences


Library 2.0 Virtual Conferences
Library 2.022 Worldwide Virtual Conference

The San José State University School of Information is planning three mini-conferences in 2022. Each three-hour event consists of a keynote panel, 10 to15 crowd-sourced 30-minute presentations, and a closing keynote.  

  • March 29, 2022 “Virtual Reality and Learning: Leading the Way”
  • July 14, 2022 “Urban Librarianship”
  • October 13, 2022 ”Privacy”

Library 2.022 Virtual Reality and Learning: Leading the Way

Library 2.022 Virtual Reality and Learning: Leading the Way  –Recordings Available

The first of three Library 2.022 mini-conferences was held on Tuesday, March 29, 2022. The sessions covered virtual reality, one of the 10 top library technology trends for the future according to the American Library Association.

During the three-hour online conference, attendees learned how virtual reality is being used in libraries, schools, and museums, and its impact on adult education, STEM learning, workforce development, and unique learning environments.

Please visit the conference website to access the recordings.

Library 2.022 Urban Librarianship

Library 2.022 Urban Librarianship: Embracing Challenges and Opportunities through Innovation, Leadership and Best Practices

  • Date: Thursday, July 14, 2022
  • Time: 12 to 3 p.m. US-Pacific Time
  • Location: Online
  • Cost: Free

Urban libraries are uniquely positioned to support the resiliency of their local communities and to deliver vital services to help individuals live their best lives. Urban libraries have a unique impact on the well-being of their communities and are essential agents to positively transform those communities and people as anchor institutions and community hubs, and as partners with local government, private sector, nonprofits, and other community-based organizations for collective impact. 

Urban librarianship increasingly encompasses having to address many of society’s challenges through the people served. This situates urban libraries in the epicenter of the communities they serve and also presents new opportunities that may impact them at even greater levels.

During this three-hour mini-conference, attendees will learn ideas, innovations, tools, and techniques that will help all library leaders in their work with people and their communities. 

This is a free conference, and it will be recorded. All registrants will get links to the recorded sessions.

Please visit the conference website to register to attend, submit a proposal, and view the speaker biographies.

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