Daily Archives: October 3, 2011

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Fall Presentations

October 7, 2011 – Keynote, Southern Chapter of the Medical Library Association Conference, Augusta, Georgia. October 12, 2011 – White Pine Library Cooperative Annual Meeting, Saginaw, Michigan. TTW Goes to Europe: October 19 – 23, 2011 – Panelist, Communication & Technologies, and Resource Specialist,  Institute of Museum and Library Services/Salzburg Global Seminar “Libraries and Museums in an Era of Participatory Culture,” Schloss Leopoldskron, Salzburg, Austria. October 24, 2011 – Information Environments & Technologies for a Hyperlinked World, presentation for Information Services & Information Management school at the University of Applied Sciences, The Hague, Netherlands. October 27 & 28, 2011 – Internet Librarian International, London, England.   November 2 & 3, […]

Den Haag: Information Environments & Technologies for a Hyperlinked World

I am honored to be presenting a talk at the Information Services & Information Management school at the University of Applied Sciences in The Hague in three weeks. If you are attending, please say hello. Here is the abstract: Information Environments & Technologies for a Hyperlinked World As mobile device and ubiquitous computing become the norm,  access to information is available practically anytime and anyplace. What does it mean to have the world of information in the palm of your hand? How do we navigate social information space successfully? What does the future hold? From hyperlocal collections to hyper-connected social networks, Dr. Michael […]

Exploring the impact of Learning 2.0

I have an article up at InfoToday Europe on the CAVAL Australian research: http://www.infotoday.eu/Articles/Editorial/Featured-Articles/Exploring-the-impact-of-Learning-2.0-78002.aspx Results of the research project have been presented at conferences in Australia and the United States as well as in published articles. Here is a breakdown of some of the major findings of the research: Better awareness of new technologies and inclusivity is a result of the programme. Aligning with one of the most popular category responses of the national survey, the case study findings at CityLibraries also reflect a general feeling that the programme creates better awareness of emerging technologies and offers a chance for […]