Speaker - Mark Eaton
Mark Eaton is a Reader Services Librarian and Associate Professor at Kingsborough Community College, at the City University of New York. He holds at advanced degrees from the University of Toronto and Queen’s University (both in Canada). Having recently been appointed web librarian for his library, Mark has a lot of plans for improving the library’s public face on the web. Mark is committed advocate for code education for everyone, and has led programming workshops for librarians both at CUNY and at national conferences. He enjoys working to support his students, colleagues and community. He believes that when librarians build open, appropriate, and privacy-respecting technologies for their communities, it can be empowering for both librarians and their libraries.
- Open Journal Matcher: open journal discovery for everyone – Saturday 11:40 a.m.–noon in Pia Andrews Conservatory