One more follow up to Library Camp Kansas, Joshua M. Neff was interviewed for LISNews. As one of the attendees I was really interested to hear his post unconference take on things. Take a listen! Again thank you to Brenda, Josh, Erin and Jason for organizing this wonderful event!
Let me say upfront that Library Camp Kansas was a huge success! Everything went off a without a hitch and so many great ideas were exchanged! If you’re wondering where my notes are from Session 2, I didn’t take any, it happened over lunch and it wasn’t convenient to be eating and typing. Registration was […]
My third session was Web 2.0, here are my notes. Started with definition of Web2.0 collaboration user centered flexible How is 2.0 used in Academic? Virginia Tech has a blog that is comment cards from patrons then response from Lib Duke University Ipods? “we’re at library camp Kansas, we’re all big freaks” – david Lee […]
My first session was Free & Cheap, the idea was to share free and cheap tools we’re using at our libraries or for ourselves. Someone (I can’t remember who) made a good point, there is a difference between free beer and free kittens, kittens take a bit more work. Some of these might require some […]
I’m home from Library Camp Kansas, overall a huge success! Thank you and congratulations toeveryone who helped plan for such a fabulous idea. I promise to write a more comprehensive review of what I learned and my thought’s (I have notes!) on unconferences within the week. Since I just go home from driving 8 plus […]
Library Journal’s list of Movers & Shakers is up. I grabbed this list (which includes names) from Jessamyn West’s page. All I did is add a link to the blogs if I could find one. Because we all need more blogs in our bloglines folders! 😉 Thank you to Jessamyn for putting the names with […]
MRRL is getting ready to kick off it’s new serious of computer/internet classes for the public. I’ve agreed to teach half of them, so I’ve been busy working on presentations and plans. I wonder how this will be different from teaching other Librarians. Here’s my list of classes, any tips or suggestions? 🙂 Introduction to […]