As part of Safer Internet month, I was happy to participate in an interview with IFLA’s Information Society News to feature TPL’s Digital Literacy and Privacy work.
Stories from the Open Gov podcast – ep29 Pam Ryan: Libraries are more than just books “Pam Ryan is the Director for Service Development & Innovation at the Toronto Public Library (TPL), the World’s largest urban public library system, featuring 100 branches, close to 1 million cardholders, and 10 million items that can be checkedContinue reading “Stories from the Open Gov – ep29 Pam Ryan: Libraries are more than just books”
How Toronto’s Leading the Way in Library Innovation: A Conversation with Pam Ryan “The Toronto Public Library (TPL) has been at the forefront of this trend. From creating “innovation hubs” in its branches that provide access to cutting-edge technologies, to partnering with organizations around the city to start a conversation around responsible data use, to spearheadingContinue reading “Sidewalk Toronto – How Toronto’s Leading the Way in Library Innovation: A Conversation with Pam Ryan”
Happy to be teaching again next semester in the UofA online MLIS program with Kathleen De Long — LIS 504: Leadership and Management Principles for Library and Information Services. So pleased I get to do the good work of public libraries and still keep a foot back in the academy. Love both!
Thrilled that my alma mater wanted to interview me for their Alumni publication (pg 42 in pdf): Question Period with Pam, ’93 BA, ’95 MLIS