Archive for October, 2007

Social Software at Your Library

Tuesday, October 9th, 2007

I finished my presentation on Flickr, social networking, and staff training/Learning 2.0 modules as part of an ILA preconference program this morning. A big thanks to everyone who showed up, and to Nanette Donohue and Lori Bell, my co-panelists.  Also thanks to Jenn P-B for giving me the opportunity to step in for her. The […]

So many presentations, so little time

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2007

Somehow, October turned into Presentation Month for me. I’m going to be kicking off my library’s Tuesday Tech Talk series tonight with a whirlwind tour of IM, video chat, and text messaging. If you’re part of our 10 Things program and you’re looking to get a leg up on Thing 3, this might be a […]

Welcome to the 10-Thing-a-Dome

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2007

I’m part of the planning committee for The 10 Things, a learning program my library is doing to introduce all staff members to web technologies. It’s pretty exciting to be a part of all this, and to see the light bulb click over people’s heads as they finally see what is so useful about some […]

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