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  • Took place Jun 9, 2021
  • NISO

To regain the ground lost in the wake of COVID19, we must first determine how the information community has been affected? What is the long-term outlook? Only then can we determine our priorities for rebuilding.  This roundtable discussion will bring together thought leaders from various sectors to discuss what they see as the long-term changes in the information marketplace. What critical products and services are needed? Will the workforce be on-site or home-based? Can stakeholders agree on how access should be handled moving forward? No one can be entirely sure of what the priorities will be, but a robust exchange of ideas and possibilities is a good starting point. 

Confirmed participants in this roundtable include Mary Lee Kennedy, Executive Director, ARL; Cliff Lynch, Executive Director, CNI; Hilary Seo, Dean of Library Services, Iowa State University; and Stephen Rhind-Tutt, President, Coherent Digital, LLC. Other names to come. 

Staff contact
Beth Staats

Outreach & Instruction Librarian, Ebooks MN Coordinator