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“This is the biggest group we’ve had yet,” someone remarked as they gathered to pose for a picture. The “group” is lib*interactive, formerly sxswLAM (libraries, archives, and museums), and they were at the MugShots bar in Austin, Texas, at the first LAM meetup of the SXSW (South by Southwest) Interactive Festival(March 13–17, 2015). LAM representatives are a growing presence at the technology-focused conference for two main reasons: Interactive exposes the LAM fields to new and emerging tech trends, and it’s a great place to advocate on behalf of LAM institutions. lib*interactive gives attendees a way to connect with other LAM representatives and engage in concerted efforts to spread the word about all of the new ways LAM spaces are engaging with technology. 

“I spend a lot of time talking with folks [at Interactive] and enlightening them about what libraries do or talking about what some of our issues are, and inevitably, I’m always surprised at how people say, ‘I didn’t know libraries do that, that’s fantastic.’ And then when I talk about some of our issues, you get a lot of creative folks [talking] to you about how they would go about solving problems. And it’s generally a different perspective than I’m exposed to on a day-to-day basis,” says Oli Sanidas, director of digital and library material services at Arapahoe Library District in Colorado. The conference “takes us out of our normal neighborhood, and we explore new neighborhoods. … Libraries are about ideas, and this is a convention of ideas. It’s sort of this perfect marriage.”

Festivities Outside the Conference

The lib*interactive group members are just as welcoming as you’d expect them to be. They go to the LAM-related sessions to support each other, attend meetups, and even have their own home base—a rented two-story residence (with guesthouse) called the ER&L + ProQuest + DLF #IdeaDrop House, which celebrated its third anniversary in 2015. At the #IdeaDrop House breakfast the day after the EveryLibrary-sponsored MugShots meetup of about 50 group members, Carson Block (president at Carson Block Consulting, Inc.) emceed as the 20-some participants introduced themselves and spoke about the goals they hoped to accomplish at Interactive. For the rest of the conference, the group hosted speakers in the living room; the conversations were livestreamed on Ustream and archived on Vimeo.

The creators of the #IdeaDrop House, sisters Sandy and Bonnie Tijerina, have worked in the LAM space for years coordinating the Electronic Resources and Libraries (ER&L) conference together, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. Bonnie first attended Interactive in 2012. “I went because I’m interested in technology and what’s new … and as I went to sessions, I kept thinking to myself either ‘librarians need to hear this,’ or ‘librarians should be in the room,’ or ‘they should be in on this panel.’ These are topics we think about and we care about,” she says. “It’s such an interesting, eclectic group of people all coming together around how we use technology and what’s the future of technology.” After she left, she knew she needed to figure out a way to bring the conference’s conversations to people who either hadn’t heard much about the conference before or who couldn’t afford the trip (and the registration fee).

Idea Drop House

She decided that the best solution was to rent a house for the 2013 Interactive conference and see how much interest she could drum up. “I was thinking people who are attending Interactive will kind of come back to the house, and bring their ideas, drop them there for us to talk about, and just kind of pull together all these ideas that we learn while we’re there, and be able to share them more broadly with the library community,” she says. ProQuest, ER&L, and the DLF (Digital Library Federation) signed on to subsidize the cost, and the DLF offered to livestream the conversations occurring at the house by setting up a miniature studio in the living room. Bonnie started emailing presenters she found on the schedule for the next year’s Interactive to invite them to the house—“anyone from big-name featured speakers to individual activists who were doing things that I thought whether directly or tangentially would be of interest to the library community, or at the very least, of interest to me.” To her surprise, almost all of the speakers she emailed said they’d love to talk to librarians.

One of the first speakers was Henry Jenkins, who presented at the conference to an audience of more than a thousand people and then came to the #IdeaDrop House to hang out with a group of about 15 LAM attendees, says Bonnie. The house has hosted individuals and groups who talked about topics such as privacy, how libraries help the LGBT community, and Big Data. “We hit such a variety of topics the first couple of years. … It kind of comes together last minute. … It’s so loose—it’s such a loose conference, people kind of come and go and do a variety of things while they’re there; either attending sessions or going to parties, just being stopped on the road and talking to random people,” Bonnie notes. She attributes the speakers’ interest in coming to the house to the fact that, in general, people like libraries. “I was surprised the first year [at the nonlibrarians’ interest], but over time, I realized that people want libraries to help some of the emerging problems that are happening on the web,” she says, such as data collection and privacy.

“I know that people have used the [Vimeo] videos to kind of help create a justification for their institution funding them to come. I think it’s a hard thing to get your institution to fund something like Interactive because it’s not a library conference, not directly related, so it can be a little challenging. … What the house is doing is showing how the topics are related to libraries in some way. So hopefully that has helped people,” she says.

Sandy notes that the videos have accumulated more than 9,000 views in the past 2 years thanks to support from the American Library Association (ALA) and the DLF. “It’s nice to know that people have been able to partake from wherever they are,” Sandy says.

About six LAM attendees shared the house this year, and this location (which they’ve now used for 2 years) is about a mile from the convention center—a relatively easy walk and an even easier bike ride. Block says the conference doesn’t offer people time to sit and reflect on what they’re learning or to check in with others in the same field, so having a space like the #IdeaDrop House gives the LAM “tribe” a place to catch its breath.

What LAM Representatives Can Learn

Sanidas says going to Interactive contributed to his idea to start a “beta tech” program for his library. Throughout many years of attending the conference, he had seen demos of technologies that weren’t publicly available. So he purchased Google Glass, Oculus Rift (which is available during guided events), 3D printers, and other devices for the library that patrons wouldn’t be able to get exposure to on their own. “I don’t always get to see the face-to-face interactions of this tech. On occasion, I get to see it, and when I do, the patrons are just blown away by what we offer. … That’s pretty rewarding,” he says. His library will soon open its first dedicated makerspace. 

Block makes Interactive a family affair, with his wife and daughter in attendance this year (his daughter was tapped by The Denver Post to take the photos for an article on lib*interactive). He first attended 4 years ago on the advice of a friend who suggested it would help him keep up with emerging technologies, and he says the experience changed his life. The next year, he led a presentation, The Great Library Swindle: Your Rights Are at Risk, which aimed to show the technology community what kinds of issues librarians faced. (TIME’s Harry McCracken wrote about his session, thus elevating the profile of librarians at Interactive, and Block presentedabout sxswLAM at Internet Librarian 2014.)

Block got to know other librarians who were attending the conference and now helps coordinate lib*interactive at the event along with volunteers who, among other tasks, spend hours working on communication and branding (Stacie Ledden, Anythink Libraries), recruiting volunteers for before and during the conference (Mel Gooch, San Francisco Public Library, and Sharon McKellar, Oakland Public Library), fundraising (John Chrastka, EveryLibrary), and coordinating local activities during the conference (Andrea Davis, St. Gallen University).

Part of the reason Block loves Interactive is that it gets librarians to look at what other industries do with technology, “and especially how tied they are to their institutional goals and how they make use of technology components to make that happen,” he says.

Ledden, director of innovations and brand strategy for Anythink Libraries (the public library system of Adams County, Colo.), has been going to Interactive for the past 3 years. One of her favorite parts of the conference is her ability to talk to attendees and get libraries “on their radar, because there are so many benefits to partnering with libraries.”

This year, Ledden brought her entire innovations department to the conference because she feels it’s the best place to learn about marketing. “It was fun looking at all these different ideas and seeing how we could shape them for our own spaces, for our own programs, so going in with open eyes and an open mind to that is really helpful,” she says.

Speaking Out About the LAM Space

Ledden presented for the first time at this year’s conference. At her well-attended session, Anythink: The Brand That Sparked a Revolution, she spoke about her library’s experience with rebranding itself.

Adams County had the worst-funded library system in Colorado for more than 50 years. Prior to separating from the county in 2004, “our libraries were in really bad shape and, really, people didn’t know who we were,” Ledden says. The system was approved to become a special taxing district, which meant it could seek funding separately from the county’s offerings and operate autonomously. It also had to change its name, so it settled on Rangeview Library District. After struggling to be approved for funding and almost having to close down one of its libraries, voters finally agreed to an increase in its operating budget.

“So at that time, we came into this funding, and that was when our board said we cannot just build libraries for today, and we can’t just build libraries. Let’s be thinking about the future so we’re never really in this same position again. So we had this unique opportunity to start from the ground up and think about what kind of library we wanted to become,” says Ledden.

About 5 years ago, Rangeview became Anythink Libraries, which is dedicated to creating “amazing experiences” for its customers. Staffers took hospitality training, and they were encouraged to rove around the library, greet customers, and offer help. Physical spaces went through changes too; three libraries were renovated and four were built from the ground up. Anythink got rid of circulation desks, and its books and other media are arranged by “neighborhood” instead of in long rows of shelving. “We actually group them in little neighborhoods and create little nooks throughout the space for people to read and explore,” she says, and customers have responded favorably.

Anythink's Mission Statement

Slide from Ledden's presentation showing Anythink's employee mission statement

The library doesn’t charge overdue fines, and it was the first system in the country to stop using the Dewey Decimal System across all of its branches. Instead, it uses WordThink, a system that categorizes by the words on books’ labels instead of by numbers. Ledden says it’s empowering for customers because they don’t have to decode numbers; if they’re looking for a cookbook, they can go to the Cooking section and find the label for Cooking, International Cooking, Italian.

“So we did a lot of these changes really quickly, and because we were changing our service philosophy and our approach to libraries so drastically, we really needed a brand that helped represent that, and that’s how we ended up as Anythink,” Ledden says. “We felt like, as libraries, our competition are places like Starbucks and Google and Amazon and Barnes & Noble, so if that is our competition, then we need a challenger brand that could help us be noticed within sort of those other brand messages that you see out there from day to day.”

When Ledden started working at the library system in 2008, about 17% of Adams County residents were cardholders. Now, cardholders are about 44% of the population. She says it’s difficult to pinpoint the exact reason usage increased, but people have “taken ownership of the library itself and the Anythink brand.”

With a success story like that, it makes sense to share it not only with other libraries, but also with other industries that are seeking new approaches to marketing. After all, Anythink is always looking outside the library field for inspiration.

“[W]e look at what people are doing in retail, what they’re doing in marketing, what they’re doing in hospitality, and thinking about the ways that they’re innovating and sort of pulling those ideas back into the library. Sometimes our industry can be very inward-looking, and so we want to look outward and say, OK, what’s happening elsewhere, and all of this is, so we can 1) make sure that we are meeting the needs of our communities and 2) that we’re staying relevant,” she says.

Having conversations about the future of libraries and emerging technologies at library conferences is great, she says. “But to go to the source, where these things are being built and discussed, is incredibly beneficial to us—we can learn, we can build partnerships with folks down there, and then bring ideas and bring technology back to our libraries and back to our communities.”

Follow @lib_interactive on Twitter and use #liblove. For more information on sessions from this year’s conference that could benefit the LAM space, see “What Librarians Can Learn From SXSW” in the May 2015 issue of Information Today

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Brandi Scardilli is the editor of NewsBreaks and managing editor of Information Today.

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