On May 8 & 9 a diverse group of people will come together to share perspectives, ideas, projects, and experiences to design possible pathways forward. However, before we can get to that point, we need to hear from our entire community. There are so many of us with experience, recommendations, and resources that could be the catalyst needed to propel our collective conversations forward.
If you are unable to attend the May meeting, we invite you to participate today in three ways:
- Take this community survey
Tell us how you would define the problem, what outcomes you'd like to see from the meeting, and suggest recommended readings/videos
- Register for the April 19 Pre-meeting Webinar
Hear from colleagues, find out about survey results, and learn about the plans for the May meeting
- Author a post on the Libraries+ Network blog
Share your thoughts on the challenges and/or possible futures, or tell us about a federal data-related project or event that has informed your thinking. (Contact kimeke[at]upenn.edu)
Your help in thoughtfully framing the problem to be solved is invaluable. Thank you in advance for your contributions and your interest. We look forward to posting the survey results after April 18!