2014 Aspen Ideas Festival

2014 Aspen Ideas Festival

The Aspen Ideas Festival is an opportunity to gather big thinkers, innovators, leaders and citizens advocating for social change. The event provides a platform to discuss social issues, exchange ideas as solutions and inspire one another. ZeroDivide President & CEO Tessie Guillermo attended this event to share ZeroDivide’s mission, experiences and ideas.   

 

The Public Library Reimagined

As part of ZeroDivide’s mission to help underserved communities transform through technology, we work with anchor institutions to help them fully transition to the digital age. In partnership with OCLC’S Webjunction and with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), we are working to provide libraries with the resources needed to support their communities in the evolving world of eHealth.  

During the festival, Tessie was invited to share ZeroDivide’s experiences working with libraries and other community-based organizations in a panel discussion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click here to access the full video.

 

Other mentions of ZeroDivide during the Aspen Ideas Festival include:

7 Big Ideas from the Aspen Ideas Festival 

The Lift: Interview with Tessie Guillermo 

Is it Racist to Ask People Where They're From? 

 

 

Tags: 
eHealth, Institute of Museum and Library Services, libraries, Health Happens in Libraries