Rob Coers and I met for the first time last year at ILI 2004. What amazed me is how similar our training back grounds are: training public librarians for many years, etc. From that meeting, we began chatting and decided to propose a session on technology training for 2005 and presented “Twenty Technology Training [...]
My presentation: Tools.pdf
Aaron is talking about flickr!! Here are the photos uploaded with the “ili2005″ tag!
Brian is speaking: “E-Mail Must Die!”
Greetings from the workshop!
Greetings! I’ll be off to England tomorrow. Internet librarian International begins Sunday October 9th with workshops and then the conference takes place over Monday and Tuesday. We’ll be in residence at the Millennium Copthorne Tara Hotel. I am looking forward to a few things:
Presenting with Aaron and Brian Kelly on Digital Tools
Sunday, October 9, 2005
Workshop 2 – The Blogger’s Toolkit 10:00 – 13:00 Michael Stephens, Special Projects Librarian, St. Joseph County Public Library (USA)
Learn what libraries and librarians can do with weblogs and explore the potential for using this exciting new communications tool for reaching patrons and clients and collaborating inside your organisation. Workshop [...]
In just a few weeks, I head to Internet Librarian International in London! Transcending Boundaries: Information Technologies & Strategies for the 21st Century is shaping up to be chock full of useful sessions! Aaron and I will be speaking about Digital Tools, Rob Coers and I will speak about Technology Training and Aaron is [...]
I’m thrilled to report I’m going back to London this fall, with Walking Paper’s Aaron Schmidt,, for a couple of presentations and a workshop at Internet Librarian International. I am also presenting with Rob Coers, my library trainer chum from the Netherlands.
Here’s the list:
1. Digital Tools for Collaboration, 10 October, 10:30-11:30, a [...]
The Call for Proposals is up at http://www.internet-librarian.com/index.shtml
The 7th annual Internet Librarian International ? the only conference for information professionals and librarians who are using, developing, and implementing internet, intranet, and web-based strategies in their daily work as information navigators, webmasters, web managers, content evaluators, internet strategists, portal creators, product developers, searchers, library [...]
Not only did I attend and speak at a great conference… I took 5 extra days and did some FUN tourism stuff…
Included is a trip to the London Brass Rubbing Centre and many views of St. Paul’s Cathedral!
Best place for lunch? St. Martin’s in the Fields Cafe in the Crypt… or Beetroot!