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Salt Lake City Public Library Presentations



Salt lake city public library Yesterday, I spoke at Salt Lake City Public Library’s staff day. I actually gave three presentations – one keynote and two breakout sessions… all three were extremely fun talks!

Salt Lake’s staff day theme this year was “Transform.. Adapt… Grow.” Transformation is a strong theme with them right now – for example, take a peek at what one needs to submit for their current Library Director opening: “The package should include a paper resume and directions to your digital presence, blog, or social networking Web site.” Wow.

Anyway, here are some links to the two presentations I gave:

And as promised, here are the links to all the websites I mentioned in the keynote (in the order they appeared, I think):

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  • http://mreclectic.wordpress.com/ Derek

    Thanks for your speech and presentations. It has created a lot of buzz among the staff, and given them an idea of what Web 2.0 can mean to the library. I think we’re going to have a lot of participation from our staff in our Learning Library 2.0 program. We appreciate your help!

    And thanks for putting up the links to the sites and technologies about which you spoke. Its nice to have that many more options to explore.

  • http://mreclectic.wordpress.com/ Derek

    Thanks for your speech and presentations. It has created a lot of buzz among the staff, and given them an idea of what Web 2.0 can mean to the library. I think we’re going to have a lot of participation from our staff in our Learning Library 2.0 program. We appreciate your help!

    And thanks for putting up the links to the sites and technologies about which you spoke. Its nice to have that many more options to explore.

  • Mark

    Hi David… Again, I want to point out what a great job you did making some otherwise obtuse technologies so accessible to a group who is most at home among the pages of a book. I’ve heard some great feedback and curious questions from the people who attended the keynote. It was a pleasure meeting you!

  • Mark

    Hi David… Again, I want to point out what a great job you did making some otherwise obtuse technologies so accessible to a group who is most at home among the pages of a book. I’ve heard some great feedback and curious questions from the people who attended the keynote. It was a pleasure meeting you!

  • davidleeking

    Mark and Derek – thanks!

  • davidleeking

    Mark and Derek – thanks!

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