Amy Buckland will be providing STELLA’s keynote address (the rest of STELLA will be traditional “unconference-style”). Amy is the eScholarship, ePublishing & Digitization Coordinator at McGill University Library, where she is responsible for scholarly communication, publishing initiatives, and making rare items from special collections available to the world through digitization. She loves information almost as much as Fluevog shoes, and thinks academic libraryland is ripe for a revolution. You can find her online at informingthoughts.com and in most social networks as Jambina.
If you are not familiar with Amy, you can watch or listen to some of her past presentations:
- Making Stories: Libraries & Community Publishing 2012 (Slides can be found here.)
- Rockin’ Battle Decks, Internet Librarian 2009 (Slides.)
- Amy Buckland’s talk at Web 2.You – Oldie but goodie from 2009, Part 1 of 5 (Others can also be found here.)