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Dlf bonnie tijerina keynote

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Libraries, librarians, and the future of the web, by Bonnie Tijerina
Closing keynote slides from the 2014 DLF Forum

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  1. 1. Libraries, librarians, and the future of the web Bonnie Tijerina Data & Society Research Institute Electronic Resources and Libraries October 2014
  2. 2. openness sharing trust privacy access sustainability persistence community-building
  3. 3. Something amazing is happening.
  4. 4. An opportunity
  5. 5. An opportunity
  6. 6. Library #IDEAdrop House, 2013
  7. 7. Henry Jenkins presents at SXSW Interactive. Henry Jenkins and Sam Ford visit #IDEAdrop 2013
  8. 8. Library #IDEAdrop 2013
  9. 9. Alistair Croll, A Billion Bad Librarians, #IDEAdrop 2013
  10. 10. Alistair Croll tweets @acroll, A Billion Bad Librarians, #IDEAdrop 2013
  11. 11. “Big data is where humanity’s rubber hits the technology’s road.” Alistair Croll
  12. 12. Backyard gatherings, #IDEAdrop 2014 Rethinking the role of librarians: supporting start-ups and guerilla librarianship, #IDEAdrop 2014
  13. 13. Back Porch Beers Roundtable: Mashup Culture, #IDEAdrop 2014
  14. 14. Anil Dash, #TDS14 Closing Keynote
  15. 15. Something amazing is happening.
  16. 16. • Ford Foundation • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation • John S. and James L. Knight Foundation • John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation • Media Democracy Fund • Microsoft Research • National Science Foundation • Omidyar Network • Open Society Foundations • Alfred P. Sloan Foundation • Metropolitan New York Library Council • New York Times • New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program • Samsung Accelerator • Union Square Ventures • American Civil Liberties Union • Center for Democracy & Technology • Center for Media Justice • Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights • New America’s Open Technology Institute • New York University’s Information Law Institute • Responsible Data Forum • Robinson + Yu • UN Global Pulse • White House Office of Science & Technology Policy
  17. 17. Inaugural Class of Data & Society Fellows, 2014
  18. 18. • How do algorithms see us? • Is there an economy for privacy? • What is data-driven discrimination? • How do we regulate intelligent systems? • What is ethical crowd labor? • What should count as evidence? • How can data help advance human rights? • What are the costs of workplace surveillance? • Can science fiction inform the public? • What is the role of data in finance? • How can librarians communicate privacy issues? • What does urban data science mean?
  19. 19. Something amazing is happening.
  20. 20. “The things that feel like common sense to a librarian are radical and eye-opening and amazing to someone in technology and we need to hear your voice.” Anil Dash
  21. 21. Thank you. Bonnie Tijerina @bonlth

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