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  • Art by Tara Radniecki
  • libraryfuture.com
  • Art by Lisa Kurt
  • “She who has more curiosity has more strength”
  • Mobile
  • Art by Tara Radniecki
  • Art by Tara Radniecki

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  • 1. Library as Future Joe Murphy @libraryfuture Australia 2014
  • 2. Art by Tara Radniecki @libraryfuture
  • 3. The outside world is burning the ways that we have done things @libraryfuture
  • 4. @libraryfuture
  • 5. She who has more curiosity has more strength @libraryfuture
  • 6. Joe Murphy Director, Library Futures • Hopes – Expand library creativity – Multiply instances of library innovation – Empower future leaning library projects
  • 7. The future of libraries is a question The question is do libraries have a future? @libraryfuture
  • 8. The future of libraries is a question Posing a question invites investment into its answer The ask has power as a story
  • 9. One more thing … Diffusion
  • 10. Library as Future @libraryfuture
  • 11. The Future as Platform @libraryfuture
  • 12. What gets us to the future? An idea and an ounce of heart
  • 13. there is no map to the future
  • 14. The future library identifies & supports local moonshots the long goals that create side benefits for the community future @libraryfuture
  • 15. The library sprouts life
  • 16. Internet of Everything • When more than our devices are data points – The Internet of Things is about to explode in libraries A Nest for Google
  • 17. New roles serve as bubbles of creativity New roles - Chief Creative Officer - Director of Makerspaces
  • 18. Four directions for libraries for 2014 Libraries as change entities @libraryfuture
  • 19. “Really more of a lab than a library”
  • 20. Boil it down and we are left with change Libraries = pivot engines
  • 21. Partnerships as growth
  • 22. Partnerships – coders and more
  • 23. New platforms for libraries Cars – TVs – Wearables
  • 24. More through formerly passive platforms
  • 25. Wearable technology • From palm to body • Not a tangential fad – will want it to fold into library services, work-flows, content provision
  • 26. Battle for the Living Room
  • 27. Libraries as gap filler
  • 28. Now Accepting Bitcoin
  • 29. Bitcoin ATM
  • 30. Mobile now Mobile usage grew 115% in 2013 – Messaging rose 203%, content increased only 31% for magazines & news & 78% for other media. – Messaging even beat out gaming. – Productivity was #2. (According to Flurry http://blog.flurry.com/bid/103601/Mobile-UseGrows-115-in-2013-Propelled-by-Messaging- ) Apps http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/12/30/flip-phone-return_n_4518592.html
  • 31. Mobile Messaging • • • • Snapchat Jelly Instagram Direct WhatsApp
  • 32. Snapchat – More than Sexting Impermanence Primacy of privacy Photo as conversation
  • 33. Jelly Big tech playing in library areas Klout’s Cinch? Google’s Helpouts?
  • 34. Google Helpouts Social & expertise - ahem … libraries https://helpouts.google.com/home
  • 35. Art by Tara Radniecki
  • 36. The Most Disruptive Content Technology … is from old media https://www.aereo.com/
  • 37. Content Today – Print Starts to Settle Into Its Niches - "Print is not dead, it simply has some very specific attributes” – NYT – Library publishing services are on the rise – to serve local/campus publishing needs Association of American Univ Presses Study
  • 38. Netflix(S) for Books - 24Symbols – Oyster – Scribd – - Streaming – Subscription – Freemium -
  • 39. Drones + ecommerce + content
  • 40. 2nd Screen folding back
  • 41. Sharing
  • 42. SX SW Libraries at SXSW Positioning Libraries as part of the technology conversation Austin, TX March, 2014
  • 43. You front line librarians. You are the ones in trouble. … - your new job description, “sees & accepts change, redirects the library work to be the change we need to see” You new/young/newly curious librarians, keep pointing us in new directions
  • 44. Proximity
  • 45. Hyperlinking reality QR Codes and Clickable Paper NFC
  • 46. A virtual reality wearable Oculus Rift Virtual reality headset Hardware catches up to 2008 dreams Key points – • Wearable • SDK
  • 47. The 1st question should not be how do we apply? It should be, “what are the impacts on the info environment?” And “what opportunities does it provide?”
  • 48. The wrong questions: Do libraries have a future? What is the future of libraries?
  • 49. There is nothing to fear but death and obsolescence
  • 50. There is nothing to fear but trying & missing
  • 51. There is nothing to fear but unoptimistic visions of our future
  • 52. Not all who wonder are lost @libraryfuture
  • 53. I want to hear, “I wonder if …” Look at disruptions & ask “what will this mean for library growth opportunities?” @libraryfuture
  • 54. Ecosystems
  • 55. Facilitating Creation Also - 3D Printing fossils at the University of Oregon science library
  • 56. Creation
  • 57. Making
  • 58. Privacy debate • Privacy becomes a different type of conversation, when the primacy of patron privacy is balanced with (challenged by?) a preference for / prioritization of customization over strict privacy controls. – Privacy having been “irreparably harmed” will this mean A) a closer guarding of trust AND B) a more realistic placement of levels of trust on institutions like libraries
  • 59. Library of the future = = HEART + GUTS + VISION
  • 60. The joy & inspiration libraries bring simply by having a familiar title @libraryfuture
  • 61. Do not speak of library futures until you know the love of miles Davis
  • 62. Library as Future Joe Murphy @libraryfuture libraryfuture@gmail.com Art by Tara Radniecki