Now published at ALA TechSource:
And I was glad to see how Lawley summed up the conference. Play… games… learning… “This is going to change the way people use your tools and think about what they want in an information environment,” she said. It’s something we need to take to heart and consider as [...]
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So sorry I missed these presentations but glad to have such excellent conference blogging from the LiB. I am very excited that my former employer SJCPL was represented by Maire Kruppa, who spoke about the SJCPL Subject Guides. Well done all!
(Photo: Darren Chase [...]
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After a full day of moderating, how nice to have a gl;ass of wine and catch up with friends. Amanda Etches-Johnson catches Aaron, Jenny and I at the reception! Thanks Amanda.
PLCMC Technology Summit: Library 2.0 Originally uploaded by mstephens7.
One of the best things I’ve seen play out this year in the realm of libraries and librarians trying out some of the new tools as well as picking up some new skills was the Learning 2.0 program at the Public Library of Charlotte Mecklenberg [...]
I picked up a cold in the UK!
Back in Oak Park, but heading out tomorrow for the Monroe County Library System Technology Leadership Institute: Imagine. Create. Innovate, with Stephen Abram and Ed Vielmetti. Find out more at their blog: http://mcls.wordpress.com/
Then it’s on to Monterey and the Internet Librarian 2006 conference, where I’ll [...]
Greetings Librarians! Don’t miss the ALL DAY PL track at this year’s Internet librarian conference in Monterey, California. And really, all librarians are welcome for these talks — there’ll be a lot to learn and take away. Here’s the track and list of presentations:
This track focuses on planning, people, and participation. It explores [...]
The advance information for IL2006 is up! Don’t miss these useful sites:
Note that there is going to be a podcast studio as well!
And, for public librarians and others interested folks (because this stuff translates well to almost any library!), don’t miss our PL Futures track on Monday, October 23, 2006: