Tag Archives: cil2010
As always conferneces are amazing and intense and I’m left with huge amounts to process when I get home. Here is what I’m thinking about (in bold) & the tweets that inspired it. Team Work – RT @jlborgerding: Three things needed in order for the team approach to work – Flexibility (Key!), Creativity, Innovation #cil2010 Leading from […]
This was a panel I sat on at Computers in Libraries 2010 with Matt Hamilton, David Lee King and Sarah Houghton-Jan There was no presentations or prepared notes so I don’t have any thing official to post. We got some great questions from the audience and you can read the notes from these bloggers: Librarian […]
Gen X Librarians: Leading From the Middlehttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=genxlibrarians-leadingfromthemiddle-100413153250-phpapp01&stripped_title=gen-x-librarians-leading-from-the-middle View more presentations from Lisa Carlucci Thomas.
Introduction to Libraries and Transliteracyhttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=transliteracycilslideshare-100412062303-phpapp01&rel=0&stripped_title=introduction-to-libraries-and-transliteracy View more presentations from Bobbi Newman. Presented at Computers in Libraries, Monday April 13th in a session with presentations by Buffy Hamilton & Matt Hamilton (no relation) Promised links and resources: Libraries and Transliteracy Blog – a group blog by Buffy Hamilton– school media specialist, Tom Ipri – academic librarian […]
Notes from the Computers in Libraries 2010 Conference Technology is a queer thing is brings you gifts with one hand and it stabs you in the back with the other – C.P. Snow Lee Rainee – Pew Internet and American Life Information Fluency – how networked creators have changed the ecology of information and the world […]
If you are unable to attend Computers in Libraries this year there are still some great ways to get information and following along. Twitter list of presenters #cil2010 on What the Hashtag The group on Slideshare The Information Today blog A list of bloggers at CiL (including me!) and an OPML file of all the […]