Harvard Law School Library Director Jocelyn Kennedy Tells Us About Digital Transformation
This is part of our Dialogue on Digital Transformation series, in advance of the upcoming 2020 Network Readiness Index.
Jocelyn Kennedy is the Executive Director of the Harvard Law School Library and an expert in legal research. Before joining the Harvard Law School Library, she served as the Library Director at the University of Connecticut School of Law.
Kennedy tells us about overcoming the digital divide in educational spaces: “creating moments and opportunities for people not only to have access to the Internet, but also to have some digital literacy.” This burden falls to places like libraries, who are often at the forefront of digital transformation in order to ensure their services are accessible for all.