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Internet Librarian: Peter Morville Keynote

Information Inspiration Architecture: The Future of Libraries

Peter MorvilleTo understand the future of the library, we must look beyond its walls, to the tools and contexts–both physical and digital–where learning takes place. In school, where the disruptive innovations of open access and online courses are changing the architecture of education, the “embedded librarian” and the “single search box” aren’t just nice ideas: They’re mission-critical. And, in society, where citizens don’t know how to search, who to trust, or what to believe, our failure to advance information literacy threatens the very fabric of civilization.

Morville connects the dots from ebooks to ecosystems, framing the library as both a cultural keystone and a courageous act of inspiration architecture. This is a story that’s colorful– both kaleidoscopic and contrarian–with an argument that just may change the way you think.

Peter Morville’s Keynote address begins on Monday, October 28, 2013 at 8:45AM Pacific time and the stream will appear right here.

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Patricia Martin’s Opening Keynote

Internet Librarian 2010 got underway this morning with Patricia Martin, marketing expert and author of the popular book, Renaissance Generation, sharing her most current research on what we can expect from the coming cycle of re-birth.

A sought after strategist, Martin has worked with clients such as Discovery Channel, Microsoft and Target. She reveals what lies at the beating heart of the social movements forming the next wave of prosperity. Martin understands our challenges and provides solid ideas for how libraries should respond so they are reborn, not left behind. You will learn how to apply the insights to position your library as a critical asset in your community, whether it’s a town, a campus or an organization.

Kate Ray’s “Web 3.0”

Web 3.0 from Kate Ray on Vimeo.

A story about the Semantic Web

Transcript, interview bios, and other info on
Downloadable version on

Interviews with:
Tim Berners-Lee
Clay Shirky
Chris Dixon
David Weinberger
Nova Spivack
Jason Shellen
Lee Feigenbaum
John Hebeler
Alon Halevy
David Karger
Abraham Bernstein

Kate Ray is a recently-graduated NYU journalism/psychology student, currently working on

More CIL2010 Video Online

Yesterday, Don Hawkins posted an excellent post about Michael Sauers session on Twitter. Not long after, Stan Bogdanov got a chance to interview Michael for a few minutes.


For more interviews and video from Computers in Libraries 2010 check out Stan’s YouTube Channel.

The video below is a quick walkthrough of the Exhibit Hall.