If you’re going to next week’s Charleston Library Conference, you can learn more about the latest developments in privacy, identity and access by attending one of the following sessions that we’ll be presenting at:
A New Sense of Campus Privacy? Are Libraries Out of Step?
Thursday, 7 November @ 9.30am at the Gaillard Center
This session explores how we may need to rethink our relationships across the library and information industry and with end users, as well as what privacy, data literacy, and consent even mean in a networked and surveillance society.
Our CEO, Tim Lloyd, is presenting alongside Darby Orcutt (Assistant Head, Collections & Research Strategy, NC State University Libraries) and Doreen Bradley (Director of Learning Programs and Initiatives, University of Michigan Library).
Introducing the Coalition for Seamless Access: delivering a simpler, privacy-preserving access experience
Thursday, 7 November @ 2.30pm at the Courtyard Marriott Hotel
This session explores how SeamlessAccess.org, a new cross-industry coalition, is improving access for research and scholarship through federated identity management. The discussion focuses on data privacy in particular, and includes a demo of the improved access experience.
Our CEO, Tim Lloyd, is presenting alongside John Felts (Head of Library Technology & Systems, Kimbel Library / Coastal Carolina University) and Emily Singley (Head Librarian, Systems & Applications, Boston College).
Safe travels, and we hope to see you there!