20120321 Richard E Luce - the rise of Special Collections
Information Futures Forum 21 March 2012
Recasting Resource Investments in the New Normal: the Rise of Special Collections
Seventy staff, students, alumni, Friends and other members of the University community attended the Information Futures Forum on 21 March 2012 in the Coles Theatre, Melburne Business School.
Guest speaker Richard E Luce is Vice Provost and Director of Libraries at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
The University Library thanks Ex Libris for their assistance with bringing Rick Luce to Melbourne.
Video with sound -- 57 minutes' duration:
- Introduction by Philip G Kent, University Librarian, The University of Melbourne (0:00 to 1:00 minutes)
- Presentation by Richard E Luce, Emory University (1:00 to 35:51)
- Additional observations by Oren Beit-Arie, Ex Libris (35:52 to 48:25)
- Questions from the audience (48:26 to 57:00)
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Video production by the digital media team in the Learning Environments department, University Library.
About Richard E LuceRichard E Luce is Vice Provost and Director of the Robert W Woodruff Library at Emory University. In this role he coordinates university-wide library policy with the directors of the Health, Law, Theology, and Oxford College Libraries.
Previously Rick was the Research Library Director at Los Alamos National Laboratory (1991-2006). Known as an information technology pioneer and organisational innovator, he managed a world-class scientific research library and forged regional, national, and international public information and technology collaborations.