With Apple devices widely used by our public and staff, libraries are invariably affected when changes occur. What might Apple’s latest operating system release mean for public libraries?
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Nick Tanzi has long been fascinated by the interplay between libraries and technology. Throughout his career, he’s pursued that interest as a children’s librarian, a technology programmer, the founding member of a digital services department, and most recently, as the Assistant Director of the South Huntington Public Library. During this time, he’s spoken in the U.S. and abroad on topics ranging from social media marketing to video game design. He authored the book Making the Most of Digital Collections Through Training and Outreach, which received a starred review from Library Journal, and has written for publications including Public Libraries Magazine and VOYA. Named a 2017 Dewey Fellow by the New York Library Association, he currently serves as President of its Making and STEAM Round Table. Tanzi blogs at The-Digital-Librarian.com
Patrick “PC” Sweeney is the Political Director of EveryLibrary, and coauthor of Winning Elections and Influencing Politicians for Library Funding, published by ALA Neal-Schuman.
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