Program

April 3: Where are we now?

The first day of the workshop will help set the stage by discussing the current state of information technology and information needs in cultural heritage organizations; the roles and responsibilities of information professionals in cultural heritage organizations, and how LIS, museum studies, and archival studies programs are currently preparing their students for careers in cultural heritage organizations.

April 4: Where should we go from here?

The second day of the workshop will focus on how LIS, museum studies, and archival studies programs can collaborate with professionals from the nation's libraries, museums, and archives to a) produce information professionals that meet the information needs of 21st century cultural heritage organizations; and b) prepare the next generation of educators who will help prepare the next generation of leaders in cultural heritage organizations.

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