Discover key highlights and takeaways from the 2019 ULC Forum: Preparing to Lead on AI and Digital Citizenship, which took place on October 16-18 in Salt Lake City.
Learn how Calgary Public Library is adopting a futuristic approach to library services by incorporating AI technology.
Palo Alto City Library's Dan Lou provides an overview of the library's efforts to lead robotics and AI education in order to help the community understand cutting-edge technologies and better prepare for an uncertain future.
MSR Design's Dagmara Larsen provides a global perspective on how public libraries can enrich the natural environments of their communities through cutting-edge, sustainable architecture.
ULC reached out to San Mateo County Libraries Deputy Director of Library Services Carine Risley to follow up and learn about how the library's "Building Engagement to Accelerate Employee Performance" initiative has evolved in the year since its Top Innovator win.
Salt Lake City Public Library Digital Inclusion Coordinator Shauna Edson shares the top five key components to creating a digital inclusion strategy in your library.
Learn how Cambridge Public Library is innovating to engage community members in conversations about the social, economic and democratic implications of AI.
Learn how Frisco Public Library is teaching community members about the wide-reaching implications of AI, and preparing them for the future of work in the AI age.
ULC reached out to SLCPL's Executive Director Peter Bromberg to discuss Salt Lake City's unique digital inclusion needs and how the library is leading efforts to strengthen its communities in the digital age. Read the full interview below!
Our 2019 ULC Forum host Salt Lake County Library is trailblazing digital citizenship and inclusion in the Salt Lake area. Learn how they are empowering their community to engage fully in the digital age!