At HASTAC 2013, I presented on the panel "Innovative Identity: Activism in Libraries and Archives" with Melissa Villa-Nicholas.
My specific talk focused on how libraries can reframe the idea of activism--specifically, I advocate for moving away from thinking of activism as purely reactive to instead thinking of activism as innovating proactively in terms of library collections, services, and spaces. I also emphasized that we shouldn't let exploring new collections fall under the shadow of technology trends (like makerspaces, for instance). Technology doesn't have to be the be-all and end-all of library innovation, though it's a vital part of what we can provide to communities.
I love the idea of broadening people's conception of what the library can and should be. I hope my slides help convey this. You can view them here: http://www.briannamarshall.com/projects/hastac-2013/