Date: February 28th-March 2nd, 2011

Location: Austin, TX

Topic: Keynote

Description:  Libraries, whether associated with a school, government, agency or geography, serve a community. And when the community changes, there’s an opportunity for the institution and the service to change or not to change. Nonprofit organizations, local and federal governments, campaigners and even businesses are trying to innovate at the speed of communities. Libraries can and should be doing the same. We are, all of us, part of many communities and it is within these spaces that we build our lives and the world. Libraries have access to information, engagement, and opportunity – it’s just a matter of setting sail.

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