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Presentations



I love to give presentations! Want me to speak at your event? Find out more on my Speaking & Consulting page.

Here’s a list of my presentations:

2014:

  • December 3: How to Connect an Online-First Mentality to the Success of your Library. SirsiDynix Webinar.
  • November 19: Hacking, Making & Creating at the Library. Rutgers University MLIS Colloquium Series. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.
  • October 28: Make your Website UX ROCK. Internet Librarian 2014. Monterey, CA.
  • October 28: Infoblitz: Digital Tools – Five Firsts of Website Strategy. Library Leaders Digital Strategy Summit at Internet Librarian 2014. Monterey, CA.
  • October 27: Web Trends to watch in 2015. Internet Librarian 2014. Monterey, CA.
  • October 26: Tech Trends in Libraries for 2015. Internet Librarian 2014. Monterey, CA.
  • October 8: (re)Start Your Engines, Full Speed Ahead: Change, Adaptation, and Revolutions in Libraries. Missouri Library Association annual conference. Columbia, MO.
  • October 1: Digital hangouts: Reaching Outside the Building. Pennsylvania Library Association. Lancaster, PA.
  • September 30: Technology Trends in Libraries for 2015. Pennsylvania Library Association. Lancaster, PA.
  • September 19: Make your Website UX ROCK. SEFLIN. Webinar.
  • September 17, 1:30-3pm CST. Facebook in the Library: Enhancing Services & Engaging Users. ALA Techsource. Webinar.
  • September 10: Technology Trends in Libraries for 2014. Northern Indiana Computer Consortium of Libraries. Rochester, IN.
  • September 10: Creating the Customer Experience: on the web, in the library, in the community. Northern Indiana Computer Consortium of Libraries. Rochester, IN.
  • July 8 – August 4: Staying on Top of Technology Trends. Infopeople. 4-week online class.
  • June 29: Top Tech Trends. American Library Association Annual Conference. Las Vegas, NV.
  • May 29: Improving the Customer Experience – On the Web, In the Library, In the Community. Los Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles, CA.
  • April 16: Creating Customer Experience – On the Web, In the Library, In the Community. Southwest Kansas Library System Retreat. Dodge City, KS.
  • April 8: Digital Hangouts: Reaching Outside the Building. Computers in Libraries 2014. Washington, D. C.
  • April 7: Website Redesign Ins & Outs. Computers in Libraries 2014. Washington, D. C.
  • April 6: Technology Trends in Libraries for 2014. Computers in Libraries 2014. Washington, D. C.
  • March 27: Tech Trends in Libraries & the Emerging Generation. Michigan Library Association Spring Institute 2014. Battle Creek, MI.
  • March 7: Hacking, Making & Creating at the Library. Southern Alberta Library Conference 2014. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.
  • March 7: Creating the Customer Experience: on the web, in the library, in the community. Southern Alberta Library Conference 2014. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.
  • February 7: Social Media & Customer Connections: Implications for Libraries. Web 2.U Symposium. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

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2012:

2011:

  • November 2: Facebook in the Library: Enhancing Services and Engaging Users. ALA Techsource webinar.
  • October 27: Creating the Customer Experience. Ohio Library Council Convention. Toledo, OH.
  • October 19: Social media Strategy & Goals. Internet Librarian 2011. Monterey, CA.
  • October 15: Engaging Your Community With QR Codes (with Joe Murphy). Internet Librarian 2011. Monterey, CA.
  • September 28: Freak Out, Geek Out, or Seek Out. Waukesha County Federated Library System. New Berlin, WI.
  • September 23: Freak Out, Geek Out, or Seek Out. VALA. Melbourne, Australia.
  • September 22: Freak Out, Geek Out, or Seek Out. NSW Library in Sydney. Sydney, Australia.
  • September 20: Customer Experience: On the web, in the Library, in the Community. Seminar Day with the State Library of Western Australia. perth, Australia.
  • September 19: Modern LibGeek Landscape: A Discussion about what’s wrong/right with libraries. Library Camp Australia. Perth, Australia.
  • September 18: Freak Out, Geek Out, or Seek Out. ALIA 5th New Librarians Symposium, Perth, Australia.
  • September 16: Panel Discussion about the Future of Libraries. ALIA 5th New Librarians Symposium, Perth, Australia.
  • August 10: Digital Experiences. ULC Webinar (with Gina Millsap)
  • July 11: Digital Branches. webinar for University of Hawaii students.
  • June 26: Seriously Social: Leveraging Social Media – I did emerging SM trends. ALA Annual 2011, New Orleans, LA.
  • June 1: Marketing Panel. Minnesota Library Futures Initiative (with Meg Gerritsen Knodl & Gail Hedstrom). Webinar.
  • May 15: Creating Customer Experience: On the Web, In the Library, In the Community. New South Wales Reference and Information Services Group, Australia. Webinar.
  • May 11: Redesigning Public Services: the 21st Century Library User Experience. INCOL Spring Workshop. Coeur d’Alene, ID.
  • April 19: Basics of Podcasting. Topeka chapter of American Women in Communication. Topeka, KS.
  • April 8: Can Your Library Provide the Electronic Content that People Want and Need? (with Michael Porter). Kansas Library Association Virtual Conference. Topeka, KS.
  • March 23: Persuasion & Permission. Computers in Libraries 2011. Washington, DC.
  • March 23: Social Media Strategy & Goals. Computers in Libraries 2011. Washington, DC.
  • March 23: QR Codes, Computers in Libraries 2011. Washington, DC.
  • March 22: MetaSocial: Making Online & Mobile Interactions Rock. Computers in Libraries 2011. Washington, DC.
  • March 20: Engaging Your Community With QR Codes (with Joe Murphy). Computers in Libraries 2011. Washington, DC.
  • January 8: Creating Community Experience Using Mostly Free Stuff and Staff. Proquest Lunch, ALA Midwinter 2011, San Diego, CA.

2010

  • December 8: Webinar on Social Media: part 2 with Robin Hastings. ALA Techsource.
  • December 1: Webinar on Social Media: part 1 with Robin Hastings. ALA Techsource.
  • November 16: Building a Digital Branch. Trendy Topics webinar.
  • November 11: Freak Out, Geek Out, or Seek Out. In-Service Day for Frisco Public Library, Frisco, TX. Webinar.
  • November 6: Facebook Pages for Businesses. Podcamp Topeka 2010. Topeka, KS.
  • October 26: Videocasting, Innovating, & Creating New Ideas (with Michael Porter, Loida Garcia-Febo, Jaap Van de Geer, and Erik Boekesteijn). Internet Librarian 2010, Monterey, CA.
  • October 25: Digital Managers Sound Off (with Bobbi Newman, Matthew Hamilton, and Sarah Houghton-Jan). Internet Librarian 2010, Monterey, CA.
  • October 24: Videocasting Boot Camp (with Michael Porter). Internet Librarian 2010, Monterey, CA.
  • October 2: Freak Out, Geek Out, or Seek Out: Trends, Transformations, and Change in Libraries. Back in Circulation 2010. Madison, WI.
  • October 1: Freak Out, Geek Out, or Seek Out: Trends, Transformations, and Change in Libraries. Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College, Rice Lake, WI.
  • September 30: Freak Out, Geek Out, or Seek Out: Trends, Transformations, and Change in Libraries. Kress Family Branch Library. DePere, WI.
  • September 23: Freak Out, Geek Out, or Seek Out: Trends, Transformations, and Change in Libraries. Lawrence Public Library. Lawrence, KS.
  • Sept 21: Conversations with Leaders Series: Getting Permission to be Successful. Education Institute. Interview/webinar with Jane Dysart.
  • September 10: Collaborative Technology in Libraries. SEFLIN. Miami, FL.
  • August 3: Designing the Digital Branch. ALA Techsource Workshop. Webcast.
  • July 29: Meta Social: Online Interactions & How to Make Them ROCK. Handheld Librarian III. Webcast.
  • July 13: Creating Experiences on the Web. Trendy Topics webcast.
  • June 28: iPad Presentation, BIGWIG Showcase. ALA 2010. Washington, D.C.
  • June 27: Designing Digital Experiences. Panel with John Blyberg, Bobbi Newman, and Toby Greenwalt. ALA 2010. Washington, D.C.
  • May 14: Freak Out, Geek Out, or Seek Out: Trends, Transformations and Change in Libraries. Omaha Public Library’s staff Day. Omaha, NE.
  • May 6: Freak Out, Geek Out, or Seek Out: Trends, Transformations and Change in Libraries. Ohio Library Council and ohioNET. Cincinnati, OH.
  • April 13: Dead & Innovative Technology Panel. Computers in Libraries 2010. Arlington, VA.
  • April 12: Digital Managers Sound Off. Computers in Libraries 2010. Arlington, VA.
  • April 12: Experience Design Makeover. Computers in Libraries 2010. Arlington, VA.
  • April 11: Videocasting Boot Camp. Computers in Libraries 2010. Arlington, VA.
  • April 11: Making the Most of Twitter. Computers in Libraries 2010. Arlington, VA.
  • April 1: Designing the Digital Experience. UGame ULearn. Delft, Netherlands.
  • March 26: Marketing as Conversation: How to Interact with your Community … through your website (with Gina Millsap and Jeff Dawson). PLA 2010. Portland, OR.
  • March 25: Marketing as Conversation: How to Interact with your Community … through your website – Virtual Conference (with Gina Millsap and Jeff Dawson). PLA 2010. Portland, OR.
  • March 25: Library Mashups: Exploring New Ways to Deliver Library Data (for Nicole Engard). PLA 2010. Portland, OR.
  • March 25: Top Tech Trends Panel – Virtual Conference version (with Michael Porter, Kate Sheehan, and Monique Sendze). PLA 2010. Portland, OR.
  • March 25: Top Tech Trends Panel (with Michael Porter, Kate Sheehan, and Monique Sendze). PLA 2010. Portland, OR.
  • March 11: Spoke to an Australian library school class on Building a Digital Branch (via webcast).
  • March 3: Making the Digital Experience Sing. COGUSUG. Orlando, FL.
  • March 3: More on Digital Experience. COGUSUG. Orlando, FL.
  • January 26: webcast with library science students.
  • January 5: Designing the Digital Experience. Nassau Library System, Uniondale, NY.

2009

  • December 9: Trends, Transformation and Change in Libraries. NEFLIN. Jacksonville, FL.
  • October 28: Connecting Through “Lights, Cameras & Action.” With Michael Porter and Sean Robinson. Internet Librarian 2009. Monterey, CA.
  • October 27: Rockin’ Battle Decks. With Greg Schwartz, Amy Buckland, Nancy Dowd, and Michael Porter. Internet Librarian 2009. Monterey, CA.
  • October 27: Library Website Improvement Face-off. With Amanda Etches-Johnson, Aaron Schmidt, and Jeff Wisniewski. Internet Librarian 2009. Monterey, CA.
  • October 27: Experience Design Makeover. Internet Librarian 2009. Monterey, CA.
  • October 26: Micro Interactions, Conversations, and Customers. With Julie Strange and Amy Kearns. Internet Librarian 2009. Monterey, CA.
  • October 25: Tweet Like you Mean It! Twitter Strategies for Tweeps. Part of the Twitter preconference with Michael Sauers and Christa Burns. Internet Librarian 2009. Monterey, CA.
  • October 12: Keeping up with Technology – panel with Matt Hamilton, Mindy Kittay, Melissa Kiser, Susan Staples, and Carson Block. Anythink Libraries (Rangeview Library District) Staff Day. Brighton, CO.
  • October 12: Freak Out, Geek Out, or Seek Out: Trends, Transformations, and Change in Libraries. Anythink Libraries (Rangeview Library District) Staff Day. Brighton, CO.
  • September 15: Creating a Digital Branch. WebJunction and ALA Techsource. (webcast).
  • August 27: Freak Out, Geek Out, or Seek Out: Trends, Transformations, and Change in Libraries. Unconference. Stevens Point, WI.
  • August 27: Designing the Digital Experience. Unconference. Stevens Point, WI.
  • August 26: Freak Out, Geek Out, or Seek Out: Trends, Transformations, and Change in Libraries. South Central Library System. Madison, WI.
  • August 14: Emerging Trends and Change. Nicholson Memorial Library System’s Staff Day. Garland, TX.
  • July 13: Facebook Pages. LITA BIGWIG Social Software Showcase, ALA 2009 Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • July 13: LITA Ultimate Debate: Has Library 2.0 Fulfilled it’s Promise? ALA 2009 Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • June 19: Tinkering in the Techie Toybox: Staying on Top of Consumer Technology. NEFLIN, Jacksonville, FL.
  • June 19: Designing the Digital Experience. NEFLIN, Jacksonville, FL.
  • May 7: Guiding Libraries Through Changes, Trends & Transitions & 2.0 workshop. Capital district Library Council, Albany, NY.
  • May 6: Climbing Out of the Box: Mashing up our Community. Massachusetts Library Association, Springfield, MA.
  • April 24: The Future is Not Out of Reach: Trends and Transformations. Lincoln City Libraries, Lincoln, NE
  • April 24: Emerging Trends and Change: Guiding Libraries Through Changes, Trends & Transitions. Lincoln City Libraries, Lincoln, NE
  • April 24: Setting up the New Stuff: Planning & Implementing Library 2.0. Lincoln City Libraries, Lincoln, NE
  • April 22: Climbing Out of the Box: Mashing up our Community. SEFLIN, Miami, FL.
  • April 22: Intro to Web 2.0. SEFLIN, Miami, FL.
  • April 20: Intro to Web 2.0. Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka, KS.
  • March 31: Designing the Digital Experience. Computers in Libraries 2009, Crystal City, VA
  • March 29: Podcasting & Videoblogging Bootcamp, with David Free. Computers in Libraries 2009, Crystal City, VA
  • March 29: Working Digitally, with Rebecca Jones. Computers in Libraries 2009, Crystal City, VA
  • February 25: Basics of Website Management, Part 2: Emerging Trends. SLA, Webcast.
  • February 11: Basics of Website Management, Part 1. SLA, Webcast.
  • January 25: Communicating with Customers: Using Nothing but Bits & Bytes. ALA Midwinter, OCLC program. Denver, CO.
  • January 23: Breaking Down our Silos. ALA Midwinter, ALCTS PreConference program. Denver, CO.

2008

  • December 9: Emerging Trends, 2.0, and Libraries. SEKLS. Humboldt, KS.
  • November 18: Designing the Digital Experience. Education Institute. Webcast.
  • November 14: Tinkering in the Techie Toybox: Staying on Top of Consumer Technology. Sirsi/Dynix Institute. Webcast.
  • October 25: Managers Pay Attention: Why Social Networking and Web 2.0 is Important for your Library. Hawaii Library Association 2008. Wailea, Maui, HA.
  • October 24: Go Go Gadget!?!: Technology, Trends, and Children’s Services. Hawaii Library Association 2008. Wailea, Maui, HA.
  • October 24: The Librarian … IS the Product. Hawaii Library Association 2008. Wailea, Maui, HA.
  • October 22: The Librarian … IS the Product. Internet Librarian 2008. Monterey, CA.
  • October 21: Video on the Web: A Primer. Internet Librarian 2008. Monterey, CA.
  • October 20: Designing the Digital Experience. Internet Librarian 2008. Monterey, CA.
  • October 19: Podcasting & Videoblogging Bootcamp, with David Free. Internet Librarian 2008, Preconference. Monterey, CA.
  • October 18: Working in Digital Branches, with Rebecca Jones. Internet Librarian 2008, Preconference. Monterey, CA.
  • September 29: The Future is Not Out of Reach: Trends, Transformations & Accessibility. SEDIC: Asociacion Espanola de Documentacion e Informacion. Madrid, Spain.
  • September 25: The Future is Not Out of Reach: Trends, Transformations & Accessibility. IV Congreso Nacional de Bibliotecas Publicas, La Coruna, Spain.
  • September 16: Managing the Digital Branch. Allen County Public Library’s LibraryCamp2008. Fort Wayne, IN.
  • September 16: Climbing out of the Box: Mashing up our Community. Allen County Public Library’s LibraryCamp2008. Fort Wayne, IN.
  • August 1: Techie Trends in Libraries. NEKLS Tech Day 2008.
  • August 1: Gadgets in Live and the Library. NEKLS Tech Day 2008. Panel with Megan Schulz, Diana Weaver, and Michael Porter.
  • July 15: Video on the Web: A Primer. Sirsi/Dynix Institute. Webcast.
  • June 29: Library 2.0 and Children’s Services. ALA 2008.
  • June 28: Web 2.0 Community Experience. ALA 2008. LITA BIGWIG Social Software Showcase session.
  • June 27: The Mashed-Up Library. ALA 2008. OCLC Symposium.
  • June 5: Emerging Trends, 2.0, and Libraries. NASIG 2008. Phoenix, AZ.
  • May 23: Go Go Gadget!?!: Technology, Trends, and Children’s Services. Canadian Library Association 2008. Vancouver, BC.
  • May 7: Managers Pay Attention: Why Social Networking and Web 2.0 is Important for your Library. Massachusetts Library Association 2008. Falmouth, MA.
  • May 2: The Future is Not Out of Reach: Trends & Transformations, Mountain Plains Library Association. Salt Lake City, UT.
  • April 8: Leading technology in Libraries: Making Time for Web 2.0. Computers in Libraries 2008.
  • April 6: Podcasting and Videocasting Bootcamp. Computers in Libraries 2008.
  • March 31: Video on the Web: A Primer. Long Island Library Resources Council. Long Island, NY.
  • March 3 – April 11: Website Management 6-week online course. Education Institute.
  • January 18: Planning and Change Management. Panhandle Library Access Network, Panama City Beach, FL.
  • January 15: Welcome to Our Digital Branch. Association for Women in Communications, Topeka Chapter

2007

  • December 14: Transform, Adapt, Grow: Emerging Trends and 2.0. Kanawha County Public Library
  • November 29: Education Institute. Guiding libraries & info pros thru change. Phone presentation.
  • November 12: Keynote. Salt Lake City Public Library Staff Day.
  • November 2: Keynote. Tampa Bay Library Consortium 2007 Annual Meeting
  • October 30: Internet Librarian: Creating Library Services for Teens in Second Life
  • October 29: Internet Librarian: Planning & Implementing Library 2.0
  • October 28: Internet Librarian: Podcasting & Videocasting Boot Camp (with David Free)
  • October 25: Mississippi Library Association
  • October 8: Keynote. Lee County Library System, Fort Meyers, FL.
  • October 6: Keynote. LITA national Forum.
  • September 25: Keynote. Allegheny County Library Association.
  • September 19: Kansas City Library Consortium. Web 2.0 Basics.
  • September 18: Setting Up the New Stuff: Planning and Implementing Library 2.0. Education Institute.
  • August 31: Atchison Public Library. Web 2.0 basics
  • August 14: Sirsi/Dynix Institute. Creating a 2.0 Library (with Thad Hartman)
  • August 2: NEKLS Technology Day. Making Time for Web 2.0
  • July 18: Making time for web 2.0. SEFLIN 2007 Energize Conference (Energize 2.0).
  • June 23: Twitter. LITA Bigwig. Social Software Unconference. ALA 2007. Washington, D.C.
  • June 22: Videocasting for Public Libraries (preconference), ALA 2007. Washing
  • May 16: Web 2.0 in libraries. 2007 Central Kansas Library System Spring Assembly.
  • May 11: Emerging Trends. New York Public Library.
  • April 19: Podcasting and Videocasting Bootcamp (postconference session with David Free). Computers in Libraries 2007
  • April 17: Guiding Libraries & Info Pros Through Change. Computers in Libraries 2007
  • April 16: Planning and Implementing Library 2.0. Computers in Libraries 2007
  • April 12: Wiki Panel. Kansas Tri-Conference.
  • February 19: Digital Branch in a Nutshell 2.0. Staff Day, Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library
  • January 18: Social Networking: Best Practices for Libraries (I’m on a panel with others). ALA Midwinter
  • January 8 – February 9: Website Management 6-week online course. Education Institute

2006

  • November 28: VideoCasting: An Introduction for Libraries, Education Institute. Webinar.
  • November 9: VideoCasting: An Introduction for Libraries, ACRL Virtual Institute. Webinar.
  • November 2: Blogs, Wikis & Other Emerging Trends, Seattle Public Library’s Staff Day. Seattle, WA.
  • October 24: Podcasting & Videocasting (with a bunch of different people), Internet Librarian 2006. Monterey, CA.
  • October 23: Cultivating Tech-Savvy Library Staff: Competencies & Tips (With Sarah Houghton), Internet Librarian 2006. Monterey, CA.
  • October 23: Web-Based Experience Planning: Creating User-Centered Experience, Internet Librarian 2006. Monterey, CA.
  • October 4: Blogs, Wikis & Other Emerging Trends. Missouri Library Association (Preconference workshop). Columbia, MO.
  • September 15: Blogs, Wikis & Other Emerging Trends, Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) National Institute. Pittsburg, PA.
  • August 10: Discussion Panel after Michael Stephens’ keynote presentation (with Diane Trinkle and Christie Brandau), NEKLS Tech Day. Topeka, KS.
  • June 1: Blogs, Wikis, and Emerging Trends: Web 2.0, Missouri Public Library Directors meeting. Warrensburg, MO.
  • April 29: Remembering our Past: Creating the Kansas City History Database, Midwest Archives Conference. Bloomington, IL.
  • April – June: Basics of Library Website Management, 6 week online course for The Education Institute.
  • April 21: Getting Along with Techie Staff, OPAL – Communication Between Techies and Non-Techies. OPAL Continuing Education Series. Webinar.
  • April 19: Blogs, Wikis, and Emerging Trends: Web 2.0. Kansas City Library Consortium User’s Conference. Kansas City, MO.
  • March 22: The Basics of Web-Based Experience Planning. Computers in Libraries 2006, Washington, D. C.
  • March 10: Blogs, Wikis, and Other Emerging Trends – Web 2.0. Kansas City Public Library Staff Day. Kansas City, MO.
  • January 24: Library Web Sites meet About.com. Education Institute. Webinar.

2005

  • October 24: Web Trends & Innovations. Internet Librarian 2005. Monterey, CA.
  • October 24: Hiring Techie Staff. Internet Librarian 2005. Monterey, CA.
  • March 16: Targeting Library Web Sites to Specific User Groups. Computers in Libraries 2005. Washington, D.C.
  • March 16: KCResearch: Providing Localized Content with Federated Search Technology.Computers in Libraries 2005. Washington, D.C.

2004

  • November 16: Library Web Site Meets About.com. Internet Librarian 2004. Monterey, CA.
  • October 21-23: Enhancing Your Library Website to Make an Impact in Your Community. Netspeed 2004. Calgary, Canada.
  • October 21-23: Communication Between Techies and Non-Techies. Netspeed 2004. Calgary, Canada.
  • March 10: Library Web Site Meets About.com. Computers in Libraries 2004. Washington, D.C.
  • March 12: Communication Between Techies and Non-Techies. Computers in Libraries 2004. Washington, D.C.
  • February 11: Remembering Our Past: Creating the Kansas City History Database. Missouri Digitization Conference 2004. Independence, MO.

2003

  • November 6: Redesigning the Information Playground. NLA/MPLA Conference 2003. Lake Tahoe, NV.
  • May 6: Going Wireless in Kansas City. InfoToday 2003. New York, N.Y.
  • April 4: Going Wireless in Kansas City: Testing Hand-Held Technology for Public Library Use. Southwest Association of Law Librarians Annual Meeting 2003. Kansas City, MO.
  • March 14: Librarians Reap the Benefits of Integration: Case Studies. Computers in Libraries 2003. Washington, D.C.
  • March 13: Going Wireless in Kansas City: Testing Hand-Held Technology for Public Library Use. Computers in Libraries 2003. Washington, D.C.

2002

  • October 3: Redesigning the Information Playground. 102nd Missouri Library Association Conference. Kansas City, MO.
  • March 14: Usability in Action: Three Approaches. Computers in Libraries 2002. Washington, D.C.

2001

  • November 6: Redesigning the Information Playground: Kansas City Public & California State U Usability Studies. Internet Librarian 2001. Pasadena, CA.

2000

  • July 10: Virtual Contact, Real Dollars: Designing Web Pages to Attract Donors. ALA Annual Conference, LAMA Fund Raising and Financial Development Section Program, ALA Annual Conference. Chicago, IL.

1999

  • October 27: Riding the Medical Wave: the State of Healthcare Information Sources. Online World Conference & Expo. Chicago, IL.
  • October 27: Health-related Search Engines: an Online World ’99 eClinic. Online World Conference & Expo. Chicago, IL.
  • June 8: This Doctor is Always In – Consumer-oriented Health Care Web Sites. NETamorphosis: Changing the World of Health Care: An Internet Workshop for Health Care Providers. Manhattan, KS.
  • June 8: Reel in the Web: Health Care Searching for Professionals. NETamorphosis: Changing the World of Health Care: An Internet Workshop for Health Care Providers. Manhattan, KS.

1998

  • February: The Internet as a Teaching Tool: Creating a Web-based Library Tutorial. Technogras: Sponsored by the Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable. University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.
  • February: You’ve Surfed the ‘Net… But Can You Design Your Department’s Homepage? Technogras: Sponsored by the Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable. University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.

1997

  • November 18: Lessons Learned by Library Web Developers. Internet Librarian ’97. Monterey, CA.
  • February 11: Pay Per View? An Introduction to Online Document Ordering. Technogras: Sponsored by the Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable. University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.
  • February 11: You’ve Surfed the ‘Net… But Can You Make Your Own Homepage? Technogras: Sponsored by the Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.

1996

  • October 30: Integrating Instructional Technologies into Staff Development or Bibliographical Instruction Programs. Mississippi Library Association Fall 1996 Program.
  • October 26: Citing Sources From the Internet: The What, the Why and the How. Mississippi Library Association/Association of College and Research Libraries Fall 1995 Program.
  • March 28: Bookmarks, Networks, And All That Stuff: Collection Development Issues for Electronic Resources. Electronic Document Delivery: Sponsored by the Mississippi Chapter of the ACRL and USM Libraries. (Discussion facilitator). University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.

1995

  • September 15: Introduction to Electronic Services: Are the Menus of OSCAR a Mystery to You? University Libraries Professional Development and Training Series Seminar. University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.
  • May 5: FirstSearch. University Libraries Professional Development and Training Series Seminar. University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.

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