[Libs-Or] Open Data and Library Services: Free Web Conference June 5

Nicole Purviance nicole.purviance at sjsu.edu
Tue May 14 15:52:47 PDT 2019

Property maps, 311 data, school rating information, and census statistics
are all examples of open data. How can librarians use all of this data to
help our communities? 


The San Jose State University School of Information's free Library 2.019 web
conference on June 5 will dive into open data and the tools you can
implement to enhance library services. Registration is free!


Event: Library 2.019 Open Data Web Conference

Date: Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Time: 12 to 3 p.m. Pacific Time

Register at:


The opening keynote panel presentation will be moderated by Anne
Neville-Bonilla, who serves as director of the California Research Bureau at
the California State Library; and Will Saunders, who leads the State of
Washington's Open Data program in the Office of Privacy and Data Protection.


Keynote panelists include:

.       Lilian Coral, Director of National Strategy and Technology
Innovation, Knight Foundation

.       Derek Kilmer, United States Representative of Washington's 6th
Congressional District

.       James Neal, Senior Program Officer, Office of Library Services,
Institute of Museum and Library Services


To attend live, please register for the conference.
4>  The final conference schedule with links to join the keynote and
crowdsourced sessions
-submissions/listForCategory>  will be emailed to all conference
registrants. The conference sessions will be recorded, and those who
register in advance will have access to the recordings. Please use
#library2019 and #libraryopendata on your social media posts leading up to
and during the event. 


Co-founded by the San Jose State University School of Information
<https://ischool.sjsu.edu/> , the Library 2.0 conferences are participatory
events where information professionals around the globe are encouraged to
not only attend the open-access online sessions, but to also share their
knowledge by submitting presentation proposals. 


For more information about the Library 2.0 online conferences, visit the
conference  <http://www.library20.com> website. 





Nicole Purviance

Director of Marketing and Communications

School of Information

San Jose State University

One Washington Square

San Jose, CA 95192-0029

nicole.purviance at sjsu.edu





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