About the Virtual Conference
As former Library Journal Editor-in-Chief Francine Fielkoff wrote in an editorial last year, "Libraries Should Be What Users Want—With a Little Help from Librarians." Libraries everywhere are planning, strategizing, experimenting, and conversing with their users in order to realize how they may best serve as successful learning spaces in rapidly-changing technological, social and economic environments.
Creation is often seen as an important theme of future community spaces - supporting 3D printers and other means of publishing content are a few examples of how libraries may stake their willingness to extend their capabilities in managing shared resources beyond those of an information provider to an information creator.
Join NISO in its first Virtual Conference as we explore this theme with a range of experts - we aim to interact with the audience as much as possible to extend the conversation with those who are attending.