March 26-28 preconference workshops March 25 hyatt regency crystal city
arlington, va

James Werle

Executive Director, Internet2 Community Anchor Program

James Werle serves as the Executive Director of the Internet2 Community Anchor Program which brings together Internet2 member institutions and innovators from public libraries, K-12 schools, colleges and universities, museums and science centers to extend advanced broadband-enabled technologies, applications, middleware, and content to all community anchor institutions, as quickly and connectedly as possible. James began his career as a Peace Corps Volunteer teaching physics and building a library and science lab in the small Central African nation of Malawi. He also worked at the University of Washington for 8 years where he helped launch the Washington Digital Learning Commons, a statewide K-12 online learning consortium, and led numerous educational partnership and learning technology efforts. He holds a BA in science education and a Masters Degree in Library and Information Science from the Ischool at the University of Washington. James was the principle author of the following two articles published by Information Today: Internet2 and School Libraries: The Time is Now (More than Ever) Multimedia & Internet@Schools (Sept-Oct 2009): 16(5) Internet2 and libraries: (Cover story). Computers in Libraries (Nov-Dec 2007): 6(7)

Computers in Libraries 2018

Wednesday April 18, 2018

3:30 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.

D204: Improving Internet Access in U.S. Libraries

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