Libraries under lockdown – British Library’s Anything But Silent podcast

Was happy to contribute to this pandemic-focused episode of the British Library’s Anything But Silent podcast (starting at 8:00): Libraries under lockdown “Amid the pandemic, we hear from the British Library team ensuring crucial documents are delivered to public health services, a library that has exchanged books for food parcels, and a bridal studio, supportedContinue reading “Libraries under lockdown – British Library’s Anything But Silent podcast”

Building a Digital Community Inside and Outside of the Library – Urban Libraries Council session at ALA Annual Conference 2019

Happy to have been asked to participate on this panel at the American Library Association Annual Conference: Building a Digital Community Inside and Outside of the Library “As new and emerging technology are implemented, there is a lack of discussion about how to help the public keep pace with rapid digital transformation and to understandContinue reading “Building a Digital Community Inside and Outside of the Library – Urban Libraries Council session at ALA Annual Conference 2019”

OLA Digital Odyssey – Digital Literacy and City-Building

Great event serving as part of this year’s OLA Digital Odyssey: Digital Literacy and City-Building: Open Data and its role in Civic Health and Urban Planning “On this moderated panel, panelists will share their thoughts on the intersections of digital literacy and city building, drawing on their expertise in urban planning, librarianship, inclusion and technology“.

Go Open Data Conference: Our Digital Community – What’s Needed?

Really enjoyed participating on this panel at this year’s Go Open Data Conference. Our Digital Community – What’s Needed? “Our digital world holds many challenges as illustrated by Cambridge Analytica, issues related to the local Sidewalk Toronto initiative, the smart cities challenge happening in Canada and differences between our urban and rural communities. This diverseContinue reading “Go Open Data Conference: Our Digital Community – What’s Needed?”