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Yesterday in a two part session at ILI2008, I joined Thomas Brevik, Michael Casey for a panel discussion on “Next Generation Libraries.” It wasn’t just us talking – many people in the room joined in creating a lively debate/discussion about libraries, vendors, technology, attitude, and LIS edu.
Take a look at David Kemper’s post:
Will you be attending Internet Librarian International in London next month? There are some cool workshops, including one taught by Michael Casey and I based on our work at LJ and our blogs:
Please say hi if you will be there! I am really looking forward to a few days in London.
Brian Kelly looks back at ten years of his involvement with Internet Librarian International:
I was on a panel with him in 2004, the first time I attended ILI and then again in 2005. I’ll never forget his “skeptic’s view” of tagging because he playfully used my Flickr stream as an [...]
Allow me to direct you to Rob Coers’ presentation from Internet Librarian International 2007:
It’s a great, concise presentation with a list of five tips to get started with social tools lin libraries. I’m fond of the one above – Rob believes that 20% of employees are never going to be happy with [...]
(That’s Terence Huwe in the screen grab!)
Take a look at this video! Reporters Jaap van de Geer and Erik Boekesteijn have created a 10 minute overview of ILI2006. There are interviews, snippets of the sessions and many little glimpses of how this conference goes. Thanks Jaap and Erik!
Erik interviews Michael Originally uploaded by The Shifted Librarian.
I had a sit down interview with the videographers today!
Twenty Tech Training Tips Originally uploaded by mstephens7.
Here’s the PPT of our talk today:
October 2006 London 386 Originally uploaded by The Shifted Librarian.
These are the follows from the public library in Delft that are doing some most cool things with video: http://tametheweb.com/2006/10/videocasting_at_delft_pl.html
They’ve been taping interviews with librarians, snippets of the sessions and spreading the good word about user-generated content.
Internet Librarian International 2006: London, England Originally uploaded by mstephens7.
It was standing room only in this mornings Web 2.0/Library 2.0 Session featuring Phil Bradley, Brian Kelly, and Paul Miller. I moderated the lively hour of L2 discussion and insights. My favorite slide was Phil Bradley’s, in response to all the discussion about semantics [...]