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ACS National Meeting - Libraries as Hubs for Emerging Technologies - 14_0813

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Presentation at the National Meeting of the American Chemical Society in San Francisco, CA, entitled, "Libraries as Hubs for Emerging Technologies" presented on August 13, 2014

Presentation at the National Meeting of the American Chemical Society in San Francisco, CA, entitled, "Libraries as Hubs for Emerging Technologies" presented on August 13, 2014

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  • 1. Libraries as Hubs for Emerging Technologies Jeffrey Lancaster, Ph.D. Emerging Technologies Coordinator Columbia University Libraries jeffrey.lancaster@columbia.edu @j_lancaster
  • 2. What constitutes an ‘emerging technology’?
  • 3. 1. Libraries are neutral spaces
  • 4. Access Preservation New Methodologies
  • 5. Research workflow
  • 6. 2. Libraries as Makerspaces
  • 7. Learning Doing
  • 8. 3D printing is not about 3D printing
  • 9. 3D Printing
  • 10. 3D Printing
  • 11. 3D Printing
  • 12. 3D Printing
  • 13. 3D Printing
  • 14. 3D Printing 3dprint.cul.columbia.edu
  • 15. 3D Printing 3dprint.cul.columbia.edu
  • 16. 3D Printing 3dprint.cul.columbia.edu
  • 17. 3D Printing 3dprint.cul.columbia.edu
  • 18. 3D Printing 3dprint.cul.columbia.edu
  • 19. Time Lapse Videos vimeo.com/99602751
  • 20. On Twitter @CU_SEL
  • 21. On Twitter @CU_SEL
  • 22. On Twitter @CU_SEL
  • 23. Makerspaces Lots of different kinds, so what fits best in our library? Digital Fabrication Open Source Hardware Human Computer Interaction 3D printers + materials • Makerbot Replicator 2 • FormLabs Form 1 • Gigabot 3D scanner • e.g. NextEngine Laser cutter + ventilation + paperboard • e.g. Epilog Zing 24 • e.g. Purex Xbase 400 Wire bender • DIWire Vinyl cutter + vinyl • e.g. EnduraCUT 24" Desktop Vinyl Cutter • Arduinos • Raspberry Pis • Additional components (resistors, capacitors, wires, etc.) • Breadboards, soldering irons, etc. • Makey makeys • Additional shields • Leap Motion • Oculus Rift • Google Glass • Kinect • Xbox • Wii + Tools
  • 24. 3. Libraries as virtual spaces
  • 25. Social Media
  • 26. Electronic Lab Notebooks
  • 27. Science @ Columbia columbiascience.tumblr.com
  • 28. But what about when technologies change, evolve, and die?
  • 29. Postscript
  • 30. Thank you. Questions? Jeffrey Lancaster, Ph.D. Emerging Technologies Coordinator Columbia University Libraries jeffrey.lancaster@columbia.edu @j_lancaster http://www.slideshare.net/jeffreylancaster