On its 11th year, the CE-Logic National Conference will convene with university and college library directors, library and information specialists, and other members of the academic community to focus on the Fourth Industrial Revolution and its impact to library systems and practices.
With the theme “Industrial Revolution 4.0: Changing the Landscape of Education,” more than 150 delegates from all over the country are expected to join the gathering which will be held on May 9 and 10 at Seda Vertis North in Diliman, Quezon City.
The National Electronic Conference is an annual event organized by CE-Logic, Inc. to provide librarians nationwide with a venue to discuss current issues and challenges in their profession and in advancing library and information services in the country. It is a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program for librarians and other educators, endorsed by the Commission and Higher Education (CHED).
Distinguished experts on education and information science will serve as resource speakers who will share their two-cents’ worth on how the world’s changing technology is reshaping teaching and learning in the country.
Dr. Jesus Jay Miranda, secretary-general of the University of Santo Tomas, will tackle the impact of the Fourth Industrial revolution on education.
Prof. Johannes Cronje, dean of the Faculty of Informatics and Design at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology in South Africa, will discuss the transition of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and what libraries should plan for in the Fifth Industrial revolution.
Brian Romer, publisher of Elsevier, will share insights about the internet of things (IoT) and its role in libraries.
The conference will also run a workshop for the delegates.
CE-Logic, Inc. is a leading provider of world-class and integrity-based digital learning materials and innovative solutions for academic and professional institutions in the Philippines.