Monday, September 10, 3:00 pm
SML Lecture Hall
Michael Dula, recently appointed Chief Technology Officer at Yale University, will provide an overview of upcoming technology initiatives for the Yale Library, that have been identified as strategic priorities. Michael previously served as the Director for Digital Initiatives and Technology Strategy at Pepperdine University, and has more than 13 years of experience working on IT strategic planning with the J. Paul Getty Trust, Los Angeles County National History Museum, The Huntington Library, The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, and many other cultural heritage institutions. All are welcome to join us for this talk.
Yale University Library’s Standing Committee on Professional Awareness, SCOPA, strives to encourage professional growth and the development of librarianship as a dynamic profession. SCOPA organizes a regular series of forums devoted to a wide range of topics concerning initiatives in Yale libraries and academic libraries in general. SCOPA welcomes suggestions concerning possible future forums.