Guest host Amanda L. Goodman chats with Frank Skornia, Digital Librarian for Adult & Information Services at the Ferguson Library in Stamford, Connecticut, about virtual reality in libraries.
Frank Skornia is a geek, a reader, and a librarian – not necessarily in that order. He has been the Digital Librarian for Adult & Information Services at the Ferguson Library in Stamford, Connecticut for about the past 3 years. Before that he was a digital archivist working with 9/11 families and a media archivist for The History Channel. He has an extremely wide range of interests in the world of information and libraries including library instruction, emerging technologies, collection development, and of course archives and preservation.
His other interests include fantasy and science fiction novels, films, and video, board, and roleplaying games.
Amanda L. Goodman is the publicity manager at Darien Library in Connecticut. She has published The Comparative Guide to WordPress in Libraries: A LITA Guide and Digital Media Labs in Libraries. From 2014 to 2017, she was a co-founder of LibUX. She is currently a LITA Director-at-Large.