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OCLC Research at Access 2013

Join Senior Program Officer Roy Tennant at Access 2013, Canada's premier library technology conference, in St. John's Newfoundland, 23-26 September 2013.

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Access 2013 features in-depth analyses, panel discussions, lightning talks and a hackfest, as well as networking and social events.

If you're attending Access 2013, don't miss Roy Tennant's opening keynote (details below).  Roy's slides will be posted here, on our presentations page and on SlideShare following the conference.

Tuesday, 24 September

Time Session

9:15-10:15 a.m. NDT

Opening Keynote: "What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been"
- Senior Program Officer Roy Tennant

The last twenty years have seen incredible changes in libraries, society, and ourselves. Where were we in 1993 and how did we get where we are today? What were our successes, our failures, our laughably lame attempts to make progress? You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll want to punch your neighbor or throw things at the speaker. Try to behave yourself as we take a rollicking look back at where we’ve come from and discover how on earth we made it this far alive.

Start Date

24 September 2013

End Date

24 September 2013

Location

St. John's Newfoundland, Canada

Venue

Masonic Temple

Quick links:

Access Conference 2013 [link]

Roy Tennant [link]

 

 

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