Keynote: Hacking Library Spaces & Tactical Urbanism
Mike Lydon, Principal, The Street Plans Collaborative and & Author, Tactical Urbanism
Extreme Makeovers & Mindshifts: People & Places
M. J. D’Elia, University of Guelph Nate Hill & Meg Backus, Chattanooga Public Library Erik Boeskesteijn, Doklab & Shanachie Tour
A201: App Hacking & Packing Subs in Your Mobile
Sarah Berg, Sector Librarian, & Rodrigo Calloni, Systems Librarian, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
A202: Implementing an Innovation Center
Stacy Bruss, Reference Librarian, NIST
A205: Embracing the Innovative and Nontraditional
Dorotea Szkolar, DigiTech Database Manager, GroupM Hannah Sommers & Robert Goldstein, National Public Radio (NPR)
Keynote: Hacking Strategies for Library Innovation
Mary Lee Kennedy, Chief Library Officer, New York Public Library
A104: Discovery Systems
Athena Hoeppner, University of Central Florida Matt Borg, Information Adviser, Sheffield Hallam University
A101: Super Searcher Tips
Mary Ellen Bates, President & Founder, Bates Information Services
Keynote: Hack Libraries: Platforms? Playgrounds? Prototypes?
David Weinberger, author, Too Big to Know
CiL 2014 Interview: Boris Gikher, Springer
Springer Sr. Licensing Manager, US Government Boris Gikher sits down with Computers in Libraries Executive Editor Dick Kaser at CiL 2014.
Author Interview: Don Hawkins
Donald Hawkins discusses his new book, Personal Archiving.
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