Wow! I just got to thinking about 5 trips to CIL and 3 to IL, as well as ALA annual, ILI and PLA… you can really collect a lot of bags!
PLA Symposioum images by MS
http://www.flickr.com/photo_zoom.gne?id=6183320&size=s Note from MS: I have distributed copies of “Born With the Chip” to the managers and admin on retreat at SJCPL, discussed it with my classes at IUSB as well as with the cohorty at UNT. This talk expanded the concepts, made a room full of people think about […]
Slides will be on Abram’s Web site at SIRSI where he will also be launching a blog! Stephen Abram, Monday March 7, Palmer House Hilton Intro: “Favorite thing is to figure out where users, libraries and our communities are going to be…” Some building blocks of info: Florida study from […]
Greetings from PLA Symposium! I have no connection in the meeting rooms but I am making notes to post here. Yesterday I spent 3 hours with 200 librarians listening to Stephen Abram’s talk “Finding Oz.” It was incredible. Jenny wrote: Also, I’ve decided that Stephen Abram is the library world?s […]
http://www.ala.org/ala/pla/plaevents/plaspringsymp/PLA_Spring_Symposium.htm I’m off tomorrow morning for three days in Chicago with some SJCPL colleagues. I’m attending 4 3-hour sessions, including 2 presented by Stephen Abram!! Look for some posts as time and connection permit.
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, […]
Please note I am still looking for proposals for the Public Libraries and Technology Track at IL 2005! Internet Librarian 2005: Shifting Worlds Monterey, CA October 24-6, 2005?? ***note the new dates! www.infotoday.com/IL2005 Call for Speakers It has been 10 years since the last major technological sea change when the […]
I am organizing a track for Internet Librarian 2005, October 24-26, dedicated to implementing some of the top technology trends in public libraries. My emphasis: practical applications and useful ideas that attendees can take home and USE in their small or medium-sized public libraries (or boost what some of the […]