Concurrent session 8 – Kathryn Greenhill

Kathryn Greenhill works as Emerging Technologies Specialist at Murdoch University Library in Perth, Western Australia. She has been writing, conducting workshops and presenting about new technologies and their impact on libraries and cultural institutions since 1990.

Kathryn presents about the educational and community-building value of web tools like Twitter, blogs, wikis, social networking and multi-user virtual environments. She is enthusiastic about new models of collaboration like Open Source Software, Open Access publishing, Creative Commons and unconferences – and how this collaboration can transform cultural institutions. You can connect with Kathryn at her blog, Librarians Matter.

Concurrent session 8 – We are all making new media: what libraries need to know

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