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.
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 and buzzwords. It simply said:
“I don’t care”
I LOLed and Phil proceeded to detail how the web and how libraries are changing, as did the other esteemed folks.
Jenny blogged the entire session here: http://www.theshiftedlibrarian.com/archives/2006/10/16/20061016_ili_setting_the_stage_for_20.html
More later…must sleep. We have another full day of conference tomorrow!
A day of touring before Internet librarian International begins lead us to Stonehenge, Salisbury and a most enjoyable day taking in the sites!
Today: we teach a pre-conference workshop!
I’m on my way to Iowa this morning to do a workshop and keynote presentation for the Iowa Library Association. Then, I zip right back to O’Hare and join Jenny to fly to London for Internet Librarian International. I’m looking forward to meeting librarians in Council Bluffs and on the other side of the pond. Please say “hi” if you are attending!
More from my travels as time and connection allow.
The programme for Internet Librarian International 2006 is up! Jenny levine and I will be teaching our Social technologies Ropashow and presenting the conference endnote. Hope to see you there! (Please say HI if you are attending.)
The preliminary programme and conference information is up at http://www.internet-librarian.com/index.shtml!
I’m happy to be presenting with Jenny Levine, moderating the Library 2.0 track and teaming up with Rob Coers again for a session on training! If you are attending this wonderful conference next October, please say HI!
The deadline to propose a talk at Internet Librarian International is March 31st. Have you pondered presenting in London? It’s a great conference!
I have a mountain of notes to turn into posts here about ILI and IL, but for now:
This provides an overview of the breadth of material from the London conference. Check it out. The same will follow for IL soon.