New Directions: Imperatives Defining the Future Relevance and Impact of the Academic Research Library [01:25:51]
@ UC Berkeley (2007-11-01)
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ABSTRACT: This presentation, in support of the library planning process at UC Berkeley, will propose important directions in academic library values, roles and visions, and advance thirty imperatives guiding the future direction and priorities for library investment.

James Neal is the Vice President for Information Services and University Librarian at Columbia University in New York City, providing leadership for university academic computing and a system of 25 libraries. In this position, he has oversight for the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL), the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship, the Copyright Advisory Office, and the Center for Human Rights Documentation and Research. Jim Neal is a frequent speaker and author with a focus in the areas of scholarly communication, intellectual property, digital library programs, organizational change, and human resource development.

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