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  • Took place Dec 16, 2020

The impact felt by institutions and organizations in this pandemic — past, present, and future — is impossible to evaluate. In less than a year, the information community has already seen both their budgets and their workforce cut. How do we move forward? How do we plan ahead for the short and longer time frames? All information organizations must re-evaluate their mission, their offerings, and their strategies in order to continue to thrive. In this final webinar of the series, roundtable participants will look to the future. They will discuss how they and their organizations are navigating the changes, and the additional adaptations that may be required or made possible as we start to think about a post-COVID world. We’re living through a pandemic, one that has caused an acceleration in community shifts that were already unfolding. How do NISO members and the broader information community navigate those changes and make the most of this opportunity to shape a better future?

Confirmed participants include among others Steven Hall, Managing Director, IOP Publishing; Michael Levine-Clark, Dean of University Libraries, University of Denver; and Amy Pawlowski, Interim Executive Director, OhioLink.

Staff contact
Beth Staats

Reference Outreach & Instruction Librarian