Categories Conferences & Presentations

Link: Participatory, hyperlinked library services; DIY and maker movements; emerging technology in academic and research libraries; Google Glass—the Library 2.014 conference covered a broad range of topics and these were among the most notable. Join us for this free LJ webcast, where we’ll cover the highlights of each one and offer key […]

Webcast – Participatory, Continuous, Connected | Top Trends from Library 2.014

September 19:  Opening Session: “The Future of UX in Libraries: Learning Everywhere.” SEFLIN Virtual Conference UX: Seeing Your Library Through the User’s Eyes. October 8: “The Hyperlinked Library” COSLINE 2014 Library Development Directors Conclave, Cape May, New Jersey. October 10: Plenary Session: “Driving Change, Creating Experience, Moving Forward.” West Virginia Library Association, Snowshoe […]


Upcoming Presentations Fall 2014

Thanks to everyone at the Information Literacy Section Satellite Meeting hosted by Limerick Institute of Technology, Limerick, Republic of Ireland. I have thoroughly enjoyed the sessions and the conversations! Here are the slides from my keynote talk this morning: Now it’s on to Lyon!

#IFLALimerick Thanks IFLA Information Literacy Conference!

Internet Librarian International will take place in October in London. 2014 Theme – Positive Change: Creating Real Impact UNDERSTAND the changes you can make to ensure your communities thrive LEARN about emerging models and roles that meet the changing demands of end-users HEAR how libraries – and librarians – must change to be […]

ILI’s Keynote Speakers

Note: This is the abstract for my keynote at the IFLA Information Literacy Satellite Meeting in Limerick, Ireland the week before IFLA in Lyon. The Hyperlinked Library: Everywhere and Anytime Learning Spaces Emerging mechanisms for global communication and collaboration are changing the world and the way the world learns and […]


IFLA Information Literacy Satellite Meeting: The Hyperlinked Library: Everywhere and Anytime Learning Spaces