In a decade that has already tested our resiliency, what should we be anticipating and preparing for in the coming year? Join this discussion of the shifts and trends that information industry leaders are picking up on. Where are the opportunities to be found? Which genius will come up with and develop the Next Big Thing? Or, perhaps we shouldn’t be thinking in terms of the Next Big Thing. Maybe our speakers will decide that 2024 is the year that we look around at the variety of cogs and wheels we already have and invite our colleagues to dream about constructing a better mousetrap.
Confirmed speakers: Juan Pablo Alperin, Associate Director of Research, The Public Knowledge Project, Simon Fraser University; Alison Denby, US Vice President, Journals, Oxford University Press; Cindy Hohl, Director, Policy Analysis, Kansas City Public Library and American Library Association President-Elect; Daniel Hook, CEO, Digital Science; Andrew Joseph, Digital Publisher, Wits University Press, and Karin Wulf, Director and Librarian, John Carter Brown Library and Professor of History, Brown University.
This event was moderated by Alice Meadows, Co-founder, MoreBrains Cooperative.
Shared Resources by speaker, Karin Wulf
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, 1674-1913 - A fully searchable edition of the largest body of texts detailing the lives of non-elite people ever published, containing 197,752 trials held at London's central criminal court, and 475 Ordinary’s Accounts of the lives of executed convicts. If you are new to this site, please see Getting Started and the Guide to Searching.
JCB's Library Americana - Americana is a platform for users to access, read and annotate items from the JCB, to bring together groups of items, and to create collaborative projects.
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