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NASIG2008 Presentation



Preconference sessionI just gave a 4-hour preconference workshop on emerging trends and 2.0 at NASIG 2008 (the North American Serials Interest Group). It was a small crowd, but a great workshop – lots of great questions and discussion!

NASIG is a cool group – they have set up a blog for the conference, and even a NetVibes page… great use of NetVibes.

Here’s a link to a pdf of my presentation. Enjoy!

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  • Susan

    Hey, David, sorry I missed you at NASIG! Hope the pre-conference was great!

    I’ve supplemented the NASIG photos, in case you missed a few of these shots :_)

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/redsquirrell/sets/72157605532986529/

  • Susan

    Hey, David, sorry I missed you at NASIG! Hope the pre-conference was great!

    I’ve supplemented the NASIG photos, in case you missed a few of these shots :_)

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/redsquirrell/sets/72157605532986529/

  • davidleeking

    Cool Susan – nice photos!

  • davidleeking

    Cool Susan – nice photos!

  • http://kstatelibrarian.wordpress.com/ CharSimser

    David, thanks for a great presentation! Though many library-based NASIGers work on the tech services vs. public side of their organization, I think it’s important for us to think about how to use social networking on the back end of library work! We have to be aware of these tools as our OPACs are being 2.0′d and reference staff are 2.0′ing and bloggers are providing current information on their work (rather than us waiting months to read about it in a journal or book)! Our publisher & vendor members have already adopted many 2.0 tools. We need to know how to use those to make our workflows more efficient as we continue to try to do more with less!

  • http://kstatelibrarian.wordpress.com CharSimser

    David, thanks for a great presentation! Though many library-based NASIGers work on the tech services vs. public side of their organization, I think it’s important for us to think about how to use social networking on the back end of library work! We have to be aware of these tools as our OPACs are being 2.0′d and reference staff are 2.0′ing and bloggers are providing current information on their work (rather than us waiting months to read about it in a journal or book)! Our publisher & vendor members have already adopted many 2.0 tools. We need to know how to use those to make our workflows more efficient as we continue to try to do more with less!