Libraries of the Future - Design Thinking - Information Service - Digital Asset Management - Education Research for Your Future
(ONE DAY EVENT / WORKSHOP)
Date/time: Thursday, January 30, 2020
Learn from experts who will share their experiences developing interrelated digital and physical library collections. While strategic planning looks at your goals and objectives, and studies how to improve your organization, the Design Thinking Workshop will help you analyze the potential of your corporate communication strategy, services, training efforts, marketing plans and digital asset management communication efforts.
The facilitator for the Design Thinking workshop:
John Roche is an advisor with SAP and an experienced leader for digital transformation to connect people, things, and businesses to run the world better. He helps CEOs and business leaders to define their vision and leverage digital trends to transform their company. He provides guidance to CTOs and enterprise architects on end-to-end architecture design.
SPEAKER: Alexander Cohen, MLS is a library consultant and an experienced librarian, IT consultant and architectural space planner. He actively researches libraries, library services, learning spaces, collection development and user experiences as well as leads library designs projects, integrating technology and the physical environment. He provides workshops on library services, collection development and digital literacy. He holds a Masters in Library and Information Science from Long Island University.
SPEAKER: Michael Hollitscher is Digital Content Librarian for the Marketing Technology and Tools department at SAP SE. Mike is responsible for aligning workstreams that encompass Digital Asset Management, Marketing Automation, and Taxonomy/Ontology Management across the enterprise. His 16 years of experience in DAM and Information Science includes positions in Publishing and Advertising. He has been a featured speaker and panelist at conferences such as the Henry Stewart DAM Conference, Createasphere, and OpenText Information World. He holds a Masters in Library and Information Science from Pratt Institute.