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2006Presentations

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- Games and Libraries: Engaging Strategies for the Education Institute, the Provincial and Territorial Library Associations of Canada (December)

 

- Everything You Wanted to Know about RSS Feeds, Blogs, Wikis, Gaming, and Social Software for the ISLMA conference (November)

 

- Emerging Technologies for Libraries Rudi Weiss SMART Lecture for the New York Library Association Conference (November)

 

- Creating Communities, Interacting with Users closing keynote (co-presented with Michael Stephens) at the Internet Librarian International Conference (October)

 

- Successful Podcasting for a panel at the Internet Librarian International Conference (October)

 

- Tech Trends (2006) for the Illinois Library Association (October)

 

My co-presenters slides are also available:

 

- Community Building through Your Web Site for the Minnesota Library Association (September)

 

- Engage Your Users and Release Your Content with RSS for the Northeastern Illinois University Library (September)

 

- Community Building Through Your Web Site: Library Blogs and RSS Feeds for the South Carolina State Library's Public Library Technology Institute (September)

 

- Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Blogging, RSS Feeds, Wikis, IM, Social Networking Sites and Gaming for the North Suburban Library System (September)

 

- A Full Day of Innovation Percolation for the Cullom-Davis Library at Bradley University (July) - co-presented with Kathryn Deiss

 

- How to Use RSS to Know More and Do Less for the Special Library Association (June)

 

- How to Use RSS to Know More and Do Less postconference at the Medical Library Association conference (May)

 

- Blogs, RSS, and Wikis in Way Too Short a Time for the Metro Academic Reference & Instruction Librarians (MARIL)

 

- Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Blogging, RSS Feeds, Wikis, IM, and Social Networking Sites for the Dupage Library System (May)

 

- Library 2.0: Communication, Community, and Conversation for the St. Joseph County Public Library's staff in-service day (May) - co-presented with Michael Stephens

 

- Using Technology in the Media Center for the Ottawa School District (May)

 

- Innovation Percolation for the University of Arizona (May) - co-presented with Kathryn Deiss

 

- Social Software for Building Community at the Texas Library Association Conference (April) - co-presented with Michael Stephens

 

- 60 Sites in 60 Minutes at the Texas Library Association Conference (April)

 

- Rev Up Your Online Services: Blogs, RSS, Wikis and Other Dynamic and Low-cost Technologies preconference for the Washington Library Association and Washington State Library (April) - co-presented with Michael Stephens

 

- RSS Class - latest version of the class I taught every month for the Metropolitan Library System (April)

 

- Community Building through Your Web Site - Library Blogs and RSS Feeds at the Public Library Association Conference (March)

 

- Conversation, Community, Connections, and Collaboration: Practical, New Technologies for User-centered Services in Chicago for the Metropolitan Library System (March) - co-presented with Michael Stephens

 

- Technology Update with a Focus on Communications for the Lincoln Trail Libraries System (February)

 

- Conversation, Community, Connections, and Collaboration: Practical, New Technologies for User-centered Services in Burr Ridge for the Metropolitan Library System (February) - co-presented with Michael Stephens

 

- Top Tech Trends at the Ontario Library Association SuperConference (February)

 

- Technology and Education: Are Library Schools Doing Enough? at the Ontario Library Association SuperConference (February)

 

- Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Blogging, RSS Feeds, Wikis, IM, Social Networking Sites and Gaming for the North Suburban Library System (January)


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