An Anaheim Evite to Explore Diverse Approaches to E-Content

As digital content continues to grow in diversity and importance, libraries must make use of multiple strategies to support access for their users. ALA’s Digital Content and Libraries Working Group has been exploring issues of business models, advocacy, education, accessibility, privacy, and libraries as providers of content. But innovative approaches to making digital content available are taking place in many arenas.

Come hear about the latest developments at:

Access to Digital Content: Diverse Approaches

Sunday, June 24, 1:30—3:30 p.m., Anaheim Hilton, California B

The program will include an update from Working Group Cochairs Sari Feldman (Cuyahoga County Public Library) and Robert Wolven (Columbia University). Leaders and innovators from the library community will discuss some other major initiatives and developments related to digital content:

  • Peter Brantley (Internet Archive)
  • Maura Marx (Digital Public Library of America)
  • Eric Hellman (Unglue.it)

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About Alan Inouye

Alan S. Inouye is the director of ALA’s Office for Information Technology Policy. Previously, he was the coordinator of the President’s Information Technology Advisory Committee in the Executive Office of the President and a study director at the National Academy of Sciences. Alan completed his Ph.D. at the University of California at Berkeley.

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