This event will be held on
21 June 2023
- Jisc office, Fetter Lane
- 09:30 – 15:30
Technology is changing. We live in a more connected world, full of mobile devices and internet-connected appliances and it’s transforming how people live and work.
In libraries, radical changes are underway. Library staff are looking again at how they use spaces, how they interact with staff and students, the services they offer, the technology and equipment they use and how they store and provide access to resources. An increasing amount of data is being collected and shared. How can libraries use this data to benefit library users and what are the issues? How can a library be intelligent? What is the intelligent library? Is it digital, virtual, augmented, automated?
This community of practice gives people a chance to network, share practice and hear what various institutions are doing. You will have the opportunity to discover more about intelligent library concept and Jisc's work in this space. The focus of this community event will be where do we go next? We will ask delegates to read the new Guide to the Intelligent Library and reflect in their own journeys in this space, and where they feel Jisc can provide help and support.
You will have the opportunity to discover more about the history of Jisc's past and current work in the Intelligent Library space as well as hear from others about their work in this exciting topic. There will also be plenty of opportunities for discussion and networking.
Welcome and Introduction
Session details to be confirmed
Other work in this space
Who should attend
- People who have an interest in the work being undertaken in this space
This event is for members only.
For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.