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Scanning the Horizon: Emerging Technology at Your Library and in the Classroom

Staying ahead of the latest technology trends is important for librarians. New technologies continue to shape how learners access and use information. As educators, librarians must stay ahead of the curve and be ready to incorporate new technology into library services and instructional sessions. This webinar will provide participants with an overview of how new technology is impacting education. Participants will engage with examples and case studies that illustrate the use of new educational technology in classroom settings and be asked to think broadly about how technology can be used in educational settings or to enhance library services. Special attention will be given to the Horizon Report and other tools that track technology trends.

For more information on Scanning the Horizon: Emerging Technology at Your Library and in the Classroom and other recorded webinars, go to MEDLIB-ED.

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