Some librarians from Toronto and Pennsylvania organized an online symposium called Academic Libraries Supporting Entrepreneurship. I provided a lightning round titled "What I’ve Learned from Four Years of Teaching a Three-Credit Entrepreneurship Research Class". The slides are posted at https://liaisonlife.wordpress.com/2017/03/02/alse/ .
The morning plenary focused on issues with using library business database subscriptions to support campus entrepreneurship projects. (The Bryan School has long emphasized experiential learning tied to local economic-development, so this is hardly a new issue here).
I missed the concluding plenary because I had to teach my class!