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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Computers in Libraries March 28-30 2017

Computers in Libraries 2017 March 28-30 • Arlington, VA

There are many excellent libraries as well as a myriad of innovative and engaging services in the information world these days. What strategies, learning, training, partnering, out-of-the-box thinking and borrowing from other industries will enable all libraries to be excellent in their communities?

Computers in Libraries 2017 is all about Upping Our Game: Taking Libraries to New Heights with Technology.

NewsBreaks
Passwords: How to Make the Best of a Bad Situation
by Abby Clobridge
Yahoo recently announced that details about nearly 500 million of its user accounts had been stolen. Similar breach announcements involving tens or hundreds of millions of user accounts are a near-daily occurrence, and there are no signs that things are getting any better. The breaches that you hear about in the news are just the tip of the iceberg. Oftentimes, companies are hacked and never realize it, let alone take action to notify their users. These sorts of cyberattacks aren't going away, so it's up to us to take every possible precaution to protect our own accounts and data.

Weekly News Digests
ELECTION ANALYSIS: The New Administration and the Information Industry
ELECTION ANALYSIS: The New Administration and Libraries
ELECTION ANALYSIS: The New Administration and Intellectual Property
ELECTION ANALYSIS: The New Administration and the Tech Industry
ELECTION ANALYSIS: The New Administration and Net Neutrality
ELECTION ANALYSIS: The New Administration and the Economy
ELECTION ANALYSIS: The New Administration and Climate Change
ELECTION ANALYSIS: 'The US Election, a Need for Curation, and the Power of Story'
ELECTION ANALYSIS: 'Librarians Leaving the Country'
ELECTION ANALYSIS: ALA Releases Kindness-Focused Book List

NewsLink Spotlight
Foreseeing an Open Source Future With FOLIO
by Brandi Scardilli
Libraries have always been spaces where members of a community can gather to gain knowledge, whether through books or through events and activities. But where can library staffers go to do their own learning? They need designated spaces too, which is why the Open Library Foundation is so important. This new organization encourages everyone in the library and library services communities to share their ideas for an open source future.

Whose Intelligence Will Drive Search in the Future?

Whose Intelligence Will Drive Search in the Future? (2:47)

Online Searcher editor-in-chief Marydee Ojala discusses the role of artificial intelligence in the future of search in this clip from her presentation at Computers in Libraries 2019.

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ITI Conference Blog libconf.com – covering ITI's library conferences worldwide.

ILI365/InfoToday Europe Blog infotoday.eu – news and ideas for, and by, innovative info pros from around the world, throughout the year.

Streaming Media Blog –  www.streamingmedia.com/Articles/Blog – the go-to destination for opinion, analysis, and insights into the entire online video ecosystem, from glass to glass.


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