Title: Wayne State University Libraries Tech Bunker: Connecting the Dots via Community, Technology, and Engagement


One of the many challenges information professionals face is the constant evolution of technology. It directly influences the behaviors and needs of our users, and provides an opportunity to explore new ways of engagement. In an immersive environment where almost everything is becoming more active and interactive, this presentation will provide a demonstration of one of the ways the Wayne State University Libraries is helping position individuals to be global learners in a fast-paced and technical society.

When: 3:00-4:00pm CST, Tuesday June 2, 2020  (Accessible time zone converter<>)

Where: Online with Zoom Registration

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

About Damecia Donahue

Damecia Donahue is a Librarian at Wayne State University who focuses on exploring new modes of service related to innovation, technology, creativity, individuality, and teaching and learning. This work is done through the Tech Bunker, an interdisciplinary lab developed in 2018 that functions as a hub for "technology reference".

Please direct any questions to Minhao Jiang at [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>.

Sponsored by ACRL Technology in University Libraries Section Committee<>

Minhao Jiang
MSLIS (Data Analytics SPEC.)
Software Development Librarian
Discovery Services Department
Wayne State University Libraries
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(313) 577-2102 (phone)