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Over the Horizon:
Connecting Technology Trends with the
Library of Tomorrow

Mark A. Smith

SUNY Ceramics at Alfred

Joan ...
The Wannabes
Sometimes you just end up in the wrong profession
Honorable Mention
The Horizon Report
New Media Consortium / EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI)
Emerging technologies impacting teaching, lea...
THE ABUNDANCE OF RESOURCES & RELATIONSHIPS MADE EASILY
ACCESSIBLE VIA THE INTERNET IS INCREASINGLY
CHALLENGING US TO REVIS...
People Expect To Be Able To Work, Learn,
& Study Whenever
& Wherever They Want To.
Implications for Academic Libraries inc...
The Technologies We Use Are Increasingly
Cloud-based,
& Our Notions of IT Support Are Decentralized
Implications for Acade...
The Work Of Students Is Increasingly Seen As
Collaborative By Nature, & There Is More
Cross-campus Collaboration Between D...
So What Does All This Mean for
Academic Libraries?
LITA Top Tech Trends 2010 1

Horizon Report 2010

UX - User Experience



Mobile, A.R., Gesture Comp., E-Books

Discovery...
Thanks for Your Attention

Any
Questions?
Fire Away!
Mark Smith – msmith@alfred.edu

Joan Getman – jmf4@cornell.edu
Harry ...
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

  1. 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. 2. The Wannabes Sometimes you just end up in the wrong profession
  3. 3. Honorable Mention
  4. 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. 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. 6. People Expect To Be Able To Work, Learn, & Study Whenever & Wherever They Want To. Implications for Academic Libraries include:
  7. 7. The Technologies We Use Are Increasingly Cloud-based, & Our Notions of IT Support Are Decentralized Implications for Academic Libraries include:
  8. 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. 9. So What Does All This Mean for Academic Libraries?
  10. 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. 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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