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My Computers in Libraries 2012 Presentations



As usual, I had a great time at Computers in Libraries 2012 (#CILDC). I learned some interesting things, and met some really cool people too.

I also gave a few presentations (ok – five presentations). Here are a couple of my slidedecks and some notes people took during the presentations, so you can get a feel for my sessions. Enjoy!

1. Seven Essential Elements to an Awesome Library Website

Nicole Engard took some pretty thorough notes! This slidedeck made the main page of Slideshare, in the Featured and the Top Pro Content sections!).

2. Digital Hangouts: Reaching Outside the Building

Digital Hangouts: Reaching Outside the Building

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This slidedeck also made the main page of Slideshare, in the Top Pro Content section. Sweet!
3. The Next Big Thing – an interactive panel (Jill Hurst-Wahl’s notes).

4. Benchmark Study – Library Spending and Priorities 2012 (another panel – notes from Joanna’s Conference Reports blog).

5. Let’s Make Video! (a preconference workshop with Michael Porter. Notes from the Montana BTOP Technology Training blog).

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  • http://twitter.com/librariesr4u Lisa Gieskes

    Yes, yes, yes!! Thank you.

  • http://twitter.com/DeepLibrarian Lisa Newton

    Thanks for posting the Library Website slideshow.  It gave me a lot to think about in terms of my own library’s site (i.e. what’s the main point of my website).  I’m so glad you talked about WordPress.  I feel like I see a lot of things about library website design, but they rarely mention WordPress.  Wordpress is so wonderful because of all the support documentation, widgets, and plug-ins available.  

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