Don’t Judge a Book by its (under)Cover: Librarians at the CIA

Speakers

Jessica Kemp

Central Intelligence Agency

Jessie Reneau

Central Intelligence Agency

Kristin Svendsen

Central Intelligence Agency

Peter Howard

Central Intelligence Agency

Librarians at the CIA are an empowered group whose work appears in the Presidential Daily Brief, informs operations, and makes sense of a deluge of classified and unclassified data. They use tenets of information science and digital learning environments to enable mission in a modern intelligence community. Come discover why librarians are in high demand at the CIA and hear examples of how they've applied their skills in a unique organization to create actionable intelligence.

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Format: Panel
Event Type: Session
Track: Government
Level: Beginner