Elsevier cordially invites you to attend the
13TH ANNUAL DIGITAL LIBRARIES SYMPOSIUM THEME: MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES: ISSUES FOR ACADEMIC LIBRARIES
The proliferation of mobile devices has begun to impact libraries to the extent that they are devising new procedures and policies to manage these technologies. Our session will provide several points of view on mobile technologies’ power to disrupt and engage, and engender some lively and informative discussion about the various issues. Each speaker will represent a different aspect related to the theme, and speakers will field questions from the audience in the latter part of the program.
Joseph Murphy — Science Librarian, Coordinator of Instruction and Technology, Kline Science Library, Yale University
Brian Schottlaender — The Audrey Geisel University Librarian, University of California at San Diego
Kevin Rundblad– User Experience and Social Technology Strategist, University of California at Los Angeles
Suzanne BeDell– Managing Director, S&T Books, Elsevier
Moderator: Daviess Menefee, Elsevier
Date: Saturday, January 8, 2011
Location: San Diego Convention Center, ROOM 28, 111 West Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA
Time: 1:30-3:30 PM
Light Refreshments Provided RAFFLE – ENTER FOR A CHANCE TO WIN AN APPLE(r) iPADTM All attendees will have the option to be entered into a drawing for the opportunity to win a 32GB Apple(r) iPad with Wi-Fi, approximate retail value $599. The drawing will be held at the conclusion of the Symposium. You must be present to win. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY to enter or win. A purchase does not improve chances of winning. Subject to all federal, state and local laws and regulations. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. See Official Rules available at the Symposium registration desk for details.
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