Lucidea Sponsors SLA’s InfoTrends Interactive Virtual Learning Experience
Lucidea is a long-time active supporter of librarians, knowledge managers, and other information professionals, and is proud to sponsor this new InfoTrends experience, designed as it is to explore emerging technologies, as well as new search and discovery strategies and tools.
It is Lucidea’s hope that their integrated library system and knowledge management software is helping mitigate the effects of the current pandemic on organizations, collections, and the profession.
Lucidea specialists look forward to interacting with you in their Virtual Booth, featuring powerful ILS and KM products SydneyEnterprise, GeniePlus, and Inmagic Presto. See why so many librarians choose Lucidea’s library automation and knowledge management systems for their libraries of all sizes and budgets. When you visit Lucidea’s Virtual Booth, you can enter to win a Kindle, download free content—like whitepapers and eBooks from Lucidea Press—or watch free webinars presented by experts including Stephen Abram, Stan Garfield, and Jean O’Grady.
In the meantime, contact them with any questions at 604-278-6717 or www.lucidea.com
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