Thoughts About the Future… Thoughts About the Future… and Getting from Point A

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Slide 2 Thoughts About the Future Slide 3 Thoughts About the Future and Getting from Point A Slide 4 Thoughts About the Future and Getting from Point A to Point B Slide 5 The Library as Primary Center of Information Traditional Model: Slide 6 Technology is Changing that Paradigm Slide 7 Web Slide 8 E - Books Slide 9 Web E Books Digital Libraries Slide 10 Web E Books Digital Libraries Handheld Computers Slide 11 Web E Books Digital Libraries Handheld Computers Wireless Networks Slide 12 Web E Books Digital Libraries Handheld Computers Wireless Networks Slide 13 Future Trends: William Stead, MD Vanderbilt Slide 14 Future Trends: William Stead, MD Vanderbilt Powerful, Affordable Technology Slide 15 Future Trends: William Stead, MD Vanderbilt Powerful, Affordable Technology Natural Interfaces to Technology Slide 16 Future Trends: William Stead, MD Vanderbilt Powerful, Affordable Technology Natural Interfaces to Technology New Economic Principles and Roles Slide 17 Slide 18 Survival of libraries depends on adaptation Slide 19 Re-definition ofInformation Slide 20 an institutional assetnot just traditional literature, but research and clinical information generated within the institution Slide 21 Potential Collaborations: Slide 22 Database Design Slide 23 Potential Collaborations: Database Design System Integration Slide 24 Potential Collaborations: Database Design System Integration Consumer Health Opportunities Slide 25 Know Your Environment Slide 26 Physicians Nurses Researchers Administrators Students Residents Slide 27 Know Your Environment Physicians Nurses Researchers Administrators Students Residents Personal Contact Professional Meetings (AMIA, AAMC, ANA) Observation in Workplace Focus Groups User Surveys Slide 28 Know Your Environment Physicians Nurses Researchers Administrators Students Residents Y Generation Personal Contact Professional Meetings (AMIA, AAMC, ANA) Observation in Workplace Focus Groups User Surveys Slide 29 Leadership & Vision Slide 30 Eugenie Prime Manager, Corporate Libraries, Hewlett-Packard Slide 31 Leadership & Vision Takes people on journeys to places they have never been before Slide 32 Relate a compelling view of the future Vision s Slide 33 Relate a compelling view of the future Need to be simple Vision s Slide 34 Relate a compelling view of the future Need to be simple Must be articulated consistently Vision s Slide 35 Relate a compelling view of the future Need to be simple Must be articulated consistently Must capture urgency Vision s Slide 36 Relate a compelling view of the future Need to be simple Must be articulated consistently Must capture urgency Be expressed in their language Vision s Slide 37 Relate a compelling view of the future Need to be simple Must be articulated consistently Must capture urgency Be expressed in their language Communicated with enthusiasm Vision s Slide 38 Relate a compelling view of the future Need to be simple Must be articulated consistently Must capture urgency Be expressed in their language Communicated with enthusiasm Based on tomorrow not today Vision s Slide 39 Relate a compelling view of the future Need to be simple Must be articulated consistently Must capture urgency Be expressed in their language Communicated with enthusiasm Based on tomorrow not today Must be constantly accelerated Vision s Slide 40 Bill Clintworth Interim Director Norris Medical Library University of Southern California Thank you Slide 41