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The School of Language and Culture, AUT
In association with
the Alexander Turnbull Library Endowment Trust
are pleased to invite you to a seminar:
All Things Made New: Media, Research, Libraries, and the Idea of Culture
DR CHARLES HENRY
In this seminar Dr Henry will draw attention to new relationships and opportunities in the creation of new knowledge through digital technologies, new media forms and changing conceptions of the role of the library.
Dr Henry is President of the Council on Library and Information Resources (USA). He will explore the profound impacts new technologies and understandings have made to how we define information, communication and truth; how we research, preserve and access our heritage; and the crucial role of libraries in allowing us to re-imagine our past, analyse the present and reach out to future generations.
WHEN: Wednesday 27th February 2019, 2pm
WHERE: WT1501, 15th Floor, AUT Tower, cnr Rutland & Queen Streets, Auckland
This event is a reprise of Dr Henry’s lecture, "All Things Made New: Media, Research, Libraries, and the Idea of Culture”, which was delivered at the National Library of New Zealand in Wellington on 21 February 2019, hosted by the Alexander Turnbull Library Endowment Trust, as part of the ATL100 centenary programme.