Keynote and session links from Library Tech Conference 2016

Are you feeling like Cinderella because you had to stay home and did not get to go to the Library Technology Conference this year? Me too! I have been hearing how great the keynotes were, so upon further investigation, here are the links that get you a little closer to this year’s action. Brew a cup of tea and take a listen….

  • Safiya Noble is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Information Studies in the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at UCLA. She conducts research in socio-cultural informatics; including feminist, historical and political-economic perspectives on computing platforms and software in the public interest. Her research is at the intersection of culture and technology in the design and use of applications on the Internet.
  • Andromeda Yelton is a librarian and technologist (and former math major and middle school Latin teacher) who is interested in empowering librarians through code. She speaks and writes about coding and learning to code, gender in library technology, conference codes of conduct, ebooks, copyright, technology, and personal branding.
  • Feeling really ambitious? You can also find the conference breakout session archives in the conference’s digital repository. Just choose a session, and if any materials are available, then click the download button.