CNI’s Executive Roundtable series assembles executive teams (usually the chief librarian and chief information technology officer) from about 10 institutions for a focused discussion on a topic of interest on the morning of the first day of each membership meeting. Launched in 2003, the Executive Roundtables build on the theme of collaboration between librarians and information technologists that has been at CNI’s foundation. Past topics have included institutional repositories, campus open access policies, learning management system strategies, identity management, learning spaces, funding innovation, the university’s role in the dissemination of research and scholarship, lecture and performance capture, and infrastructure to support research. The fall 2011 Executive Roundtable will focus on disaster planning and strategies that institutions are developing to address risk management, with a particular focus on information resources. The spring 2012 Roundtable is expected to focus on the growing diversity of platforms–smart phones, tablets, and more traditional computers–that students are bringing to campus, and institutional strategies for responding to this diversity.