Category Conferences

Continued Online Community Engagement

Control what you can –    Brand – logo, identity –    public website –    opportunities for practice –    best practices online let go when you can –    what is tied to your brand –    where can you let go? –    What needs to have a system wide project? Trust –    trust staff –    give guidelines –    […]

Fee based Workshops should the presenter get paid?

I got into a conversation with Joshua Neff of  Library Society of the World fame (among many other things), about this topic and he said – you should blog about it.  Who am I to ignore a direct order ;-) Here is the jist.  There are a lot of ways to present in libraryland. You […]

My presentation – Reaching Your Patrons in the Brave New World of the Social Web

My second and last presentation at the Missouri Library Association Conference.  It was initially scheduled to be in a very small room, luckily I was able to get it moved. Library Learning 2.1 View more presentations from Bobbi Newman.

Library Learning 2.1 Presentation

I’m at the Missouri Library Association Conference this week and today was the first of my two presentations.  Originally Robin & I were going to co-present (we each write half the lessons) but because she’s so crazy busy and I felt bad for bailing on her for the MaintianIT Webinar, I offered to do this […]

NEKLS Tech Day

Thank you to Brenda, Josh, Erin, Scott, Sharon, Heather, Kate, David and everyone else who welcomed me and, even more important, did not point and laugh when I confessed my clothes closet is organized by a serious system including color, sleeve length, style and whether it was a “work” item.  :)   I saw a lot of great […]

UKSG pt 1

I’ve arrived in Torquay, and it’s only day one of the conference but I’ve already seen a couple of things that are different from the US conferences I’ve attended that I’m impressed with, I’d love to see this practice at more conferences. Included with the conference each day are a lunch and dinner. It’s a […]

Teach Me More! Fun & Gaming in Libraries

Chad Boeninger presented about Adapting Library Services to the Needs of Gamers the first half of this session. I found this really interesting, even though I am a gamer I’d never really thought about the differences between gamers and non-gamers. For example: game encourage decision making, interaction, and imerision. Gamers learn by doing, if they […]


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