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Posts Tagged ‘Conferences’

6 Reasons Your Library Should Host a TEDxLive Viewing Party for TEDWomen

09.10.2010 · Posted in Libraries

What is TEDWomen? On December 7 and 8, 2010, TEDWomen will gather five hundred global thought leaders, innovators and storytellers in Washington, DC, to watch enlightening speakers and connect with a global community of women and men. The cross-disciplinary, cross-generational program will focus on how women think and work, communicate and collaborate, learn and lead. The ...

Reminder Transliteracy Conference 9 Feb 2010 Call for Papers Dec 1st Deadline

11.25.2009 · Posted in Conferences, Transliteracy

Call for Presentations : Transliteracy Conference : Tuesday 9 February, 2010, 9:30 - 17:30 Phoenix Square Digital Media Centre Leicester, UK In association with the Institute of Creative Technologies & the NLab Small Business Network,  De Montfort University http://nlabnetworks.typepad.com/transliteracy/conference2010.html Deadline for Abstracts:  1 December, 2009 Transliteracy is the ability to read, write and interact across a range ...

Internet Librarian Wrap Up

11.02.2009 · Posted in Conferences, Internet Librarian

As always conferences are amazing, stimulating, intense and tiring, but worth every second of it. I was able to talk with so many amazing people, and yet there were so many others I wanted to connect with and didn't manage to. *More reflection at the end, but for those who want the nitty gritty.... Pulled from notes ...

Bring on the Rain Putting the Cloud to Work for You: in introduction to cloud computing

10.09.2009 · Posted in Conferences, Presentations

One of my presentations from the 2009 COMO conference in Columbus GA Bring on the Rain Putting the Cloud to Work for You: in introduction to cloud computing View more presentations from Bobbi Newman. Google docs Zoho Buzzword Preezo PreZentit PBworks Wetpaint Wikispaces 30 Boxes Google Calendar Yahoo MyHomePoint Remember the Milk Ta-Da list Todoist ...