A take on Librarians, Archivists and Museum Professionals from SXSWi

The 19th Annual South by Southwest Interactive Conference was held last week in Austin, Texas.

The event is known for launching cutting-edge technologies, and featuring presentations from some of the best and brightest in the technology industry. One of the presenters, Butch Lazorchak, a digital archivist at the Library of Congress in the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program, published a blog post briefly describing librarians, archivists and museum professionals’ attendance at the conference, and how he “daydream(s) about a time when LAMs rule the world.”

He touches on the stereotypes of information professionals and how contemporary information professionals are leading conversations about big data, usability, search and access, and more. Click the link below for the full blog post. 

#sxswLAM: Libraries, Archives and Museums in an Interactive World

 

 

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