Crossroads of Tech, Research, and Learning: IT and Library Collaborations

On Demand
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: On-Demand
We present an engaged discussion of how universities are managing library and university IT collaborations. Library and technology leaders from CU Boulder and NYU will provide their own experiences strategizing and managing innovative partnerships. We will draw on Athenaeum21?s digital transformation model to discuss effective strategies.

Outcomes: Leave with two innovative models for Library/IT collaboration * Explore the variables that contribute to effective collaboration between different IT entities and/or cultures * Understand the commonalities and differences between these specialist entities and how universities can manage investments in them for greater effectiveness

Presenters

  • Austin Booth

    Dean, Division of Libraries, New York University
  • Aisha Jackson

    Assistant Vice Provost and Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic and Learning Technologies, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Christine Madsen

    Chief Innovation Officer and Principal Consultant, Athenaeum21
  • Robert McDonald

    SVP Online Education & Dean of University Libraries, University of Colorado Boulder