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Over the Horizon: Connecting technology trends with the library of tomorrow (2010) -Part I
Over the Horizon: Connecting technology trends with the library of tomorrow (2010) -Part I
Over the Horizon: Connecting technology trends with the library of tomorrow (2010) -Part I
Over the Horizon: Connecting technology trends with the library of tomorrow (2010) -Part I
Over the Horizon: Connecting technology trends with the library of tomorrow (2010) -Part I
Over the Horizon: Connecting technology trends with the library of tomorrow (2010) -Part I
Over the Horizon: Connecting technology trends with the library of tomorrow (2010) -Part I
Over the Horizon: Connecting technology trends with the library of tomorrow (2010) -Part I
Over the Horizon: Connecting technology trends with the library of tomorrow (2010) -Part I
Over the Horizon: Connecting technology trends with the library of tomorrow (2010) -Part I
Over the Horizon: Connecting technology trends with the library of tomorrow (2010) -Part I
Over the Horizon: Connecting technology trends with the library of tomorrow (2010) -Part I
Over the Horizon: Connecting technology trends with the library of tomorrow (2010) -Part I
Over the Horizon: Connecting technology trends with the library of tomorrow (2010) -Part I
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Over the Horizon: Connecting technology trends with the library of tomorrow (2010) -Part I

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  • 1. Over the Horizon: Connecting Technology Trends with the Library of Tomorrow Mark A. Smith SUNY Ceramics at Alfred Joan Getman Cornell University Dr. Harry Pence SUNY Oneonta - Emeritus
  • 2. The Wannabes Sometimes you just end up in the wrong profession
  • 3. Honorable Mention
  • 4. The Horizon Report New Media Consortium / EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) Emerging technologies impacting teaching, learning or creative expression within higher ed. Time to adoption: One Year or Less •Mobile Computing •Open Content Time to adoption: Two to Three Years •Electronic Books •Simple Augmented Reality Time to adoption: Four to Five Years •Gesture-based Computing •Visual Data Analysis 4 TRENDS / 4 CHALLENGES
  • 5. THE ABUNDANCE OF RESOURCES & RELATIONSHIPS MADE EASILY ACCESSIBLE VIA THE INTERNET IS INCREASINGLY CHALLENGING US TO REVISIT OUR ROLES AS EDUCATORS IN SENSE-MAKING, COACHING, & CREDENTIALING. Implications for Academic Libraries include:
  • 6. People Expect To Be Able To Work, Learn, & Study Whenever & Wherever They Want To. Implications for Academic Libraries include:
  • 7. The Technologies We Use Are Increasingly Cloud-based, & Our Notions of IT Support Are Decentralized Implications for Academic Libraries include:
  • 8. The Work Of Students Is Increasingly Seen As Collaborative By Nature, & There Is More Cross-campus Collaboration Between Departments Implications for Academic Libraries include:
  • 9. So What Does All This Mean for Academic Libraries?
  • 10. LITA Top Tech Trends 2010 1 Horizon Report 2010 UX - User Experience  Mobile, A.R., Gesture Comp., E-Books Discovery Systems  Mobile, Open Content, A.R., Visual Data Analysis Augmented Reality  A.R., Mobile, Gesture Comp., Vis. Data. Analysis Discovery Systems Beyond Federated Search  A.R., Vis. Data Analysis, Open Content Mobile Tech in Libraries  Mobile, E-Books, A.R., Gesture Comp. End of Apps? – new html/css code & mobile-optimized web portals Mobile, Open Content Reinvention of the Book 1 Hardo,   Mobile, E-Books, A.R., Open Content, Vis. Data. Analysis Josh. "ALA 2010 Midwinter Meeting: Top Tech Trends Panel Focuses on End Users and Ebooks." Library Journal. 01/19/2010. Web. 5 Jun 2010. <http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6715484.html>
  • 11. Thanks for Your Attention Any Questions? Fire Away! Mark Smith – msmith@alfred.edu Joan Getman – jmf4@cornell.edu Harry Pence – pencehe@oneonta.edu

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