How Public Libraries Have Adapted to Technological Change: A Radio Interview with 90.3 WHPC

Broadcast on 90.3 WHPC, Instruction Discussion is a weekly radio show that examines the most current topics and trends in education that impact both Long Island schools and those around the world. On April 25th, I sat down for an interview with the show’s host, Kevin Boston-Hill, where we discussed how public libraries have adaptedContinue reading “How Public Libraries Have Adapted to Technological Change: A Radio Interview with 90.3 WHPC”

AI in the Library: Developing Policy, Procedure, and Professionals

While artificial intelligence holds tremendous potential for libraries, it also comes with significant concerns and the potential for harm. We find ourselves sailing uncertain waters; there are few guard rails governing AI’s use. Even as we acknowledge this truth, we must also note that library staff are already experimenting with AI chatbots (most commonly ChatGPT),Continue reading “AI in the Library: Developing Policy, Procedure, and Professionals”

How Can AI Be Used in Libraries?

As artificial intelligence continues to grow by leaps and bounds, how is AI technology manifesting itself in our public, academic, and school libraries? AI-Powered Patron Assistance Library digital services contain an amalgam of third-party e-media collections and software solutions, which we try to present as a unified library experience. While¬†libraries have experimented¬†(and continue to experiment)Continue reading “How Can AI Be Used in Libraries?”