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C301 IT & Libraries

Wednesday, April 10, 2013
10:30 AM 11:15 AM
, Consultant, Ken Roberts Library Consulting and & former Chief Librarian, Hamilton Public Library

Public libraries and city IT departments can be friends or foes. As public libraries increasingly rely on a technologically driven future, is it safe to give municipal IT departments or city managers control over key IT decisions? The Canadian Urban Libraries Council conducted a study to determine the level of involvement with city IT departments, measure outcomes, and develop best practice models for public libraries and cities. This first evidence-based study has provided great, but startling, stats. Join us to hear more.

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