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The 2010 American Libraries Association conference is coming up next week and I have a plan to keep myself somewhat sane at this “canbeoverwhelming” conference. I plan to do one (or two) things each day and one day of no … Continue reading
My Computers in Libraries experience tends to blur after the first full day of the conference, but here are some of my impressions from those last two days of the conference. My conference tweets from CIL can be found at … Continue reading
As an attendee of this year’s Computers In Libraries conference, I am duty bound to attend some sessions and report out to my library system on what I have learned. As seems to be the Computers In Libraries conference norm, … Continue reading
We will be taping our 42nd episode of T is for Training and you should join us if you have the time. Probable subjects for the show: Keynote speeches: Giving and getting – What makes a good-great keynote speech? What … Continue reading
Take a look at T is for Training 40: I Reject Your Reality. Was a rocking show today. Thanks to all who participated.
I have two posts up on the revamped ALA Learning blog: The first answers some questions about yours truly using questions produced by the T is for Training Google Group Crowd. Here is the challenge: If you want to answer … Continue reading
Michael Porter, Lori Reed, Laura Botts, Jason Fleming and I had a great conversation today about Library 101 and the future of libraries. Check it out here on the T is for Training website.
Yes, there will be more blog posts about CIL 2009. About the incredibly rich formal learning. About the truly sublime informal learning and knowledge sharing that happened. Mostly during the lobbycon/tablecon/carpetcon sessions. About the renewed strength of my personal “worldwideweb”. … Continue reading
Tonight at 6:30 pm we will be doing a special CIL Live edition of T is for Training If you are here, come on by the conference center over flow room…the theater looking thing between Potomac and the Ballroom. If … Continue reading