The Library’s New Place in a Digital World

Presented by: Innovative & Library Journal
Event Date: Tuesday, May 21, 2019 

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People’s daily digital experiences have created high expectations for their interactions online and offline. Whether shopping for a sweater or booking a vacation, people expect ease, speed, and an unparalleled level of convenience. So, what does this mean for libraries? 

Libraries have decades' worth of carefully curated records and rich resources, but that data is not easily compatible with today’s technology. The good news is that with a little transformation, libraries are in a prime position to use their data combined with new technology to create even more meaningful experiences for staff, patrons, students, and researchers.

Join this webinar for an exciting discussion with Tom Jacobson from Innovative where he will share:

  • How public and academic how libraries can use technology to meet people’s evolving expectations
  • New research that proves libraries are the most trusted resource but struggle to keep people’s attention 
  • How to use rich library data to its fullest potential, and help reclaim the library’s role as the first stop for information

All registrants will receive a copy of new research from Innovative about use and trust of libraries, and a copy of the new e-book “Meeting People Where They Are: The Library’s New Place in a Digital World.”


Tom Jacobson, Vice President, Library Advocate & Strategist, Innovative Interfaces


Rebecca Jozwiak, Library Journal

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