Presentations at Computers in Libraries 2015

I just got back from a full week of learning and sharing at Computers in Libraries. Great conference, as usual!

Here are links to the presentations I gave:

Enjoy!

My Slides from Computers in Libraries 2014

Here’s what I talked about while at Computers in Libraries last week (really useful conference for me this year, by the way. Lots of great ideas!).

3-hour pre-conference session on Technology Trends for 2014:

Website Redesign:

Digital Hangouts (basics of using social media for organizations):

Enjoy!

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).

I’m on a Plane – to Internet Librarian 2011!

Internet Librarian 2011It’s Friday, and I’m finishing up some last minute details, then hopping on a plane – headed to Internet Librarian 2011!

I’ll be giving two presentations:

If you are there – say hi! If not, follow along with the #il2011 Twitter hashtag (or watch some of the usual blogs – they’ll most likely post notes or thoughts or something about the conference).  I might even post a thing or two.

Hope to see you there!

Podcamp Topeka 2011 – You are Invited!

Have you heard about Podcamp Topeka 2011? If not, go visit the website, read about it … and register! Podcamp Topeka is an unconference that my library helps organize and run. This will be the third year we’ve had it – it’s gotten better every year! This year, it’s on October 22 … and only costs $10 to register.

It’s not a library event … but librarians are certainly welcome to attend, and will definitely learn something and be able to contribute as well. What exactly is Podcamp Topeka? Here’s the blurb from the website:

PodCamp Topeka is a low cost unconference dedicated to emerging web media – social networks, podcasting & videoblogging, blogging, Twitter, Facebook, photography, and web design, for starters. Our goal? To learn about social media from social media experts, to network with fellow bloggers, podcasters & social media creators … and to have a blast!

And the video embedded in this post is me, giving some brief thoughts on why I like Podcamp Topeka. We’d love to see you there!