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“Getting the most out of an in-person professional conference,” by Kathryn Greenhill, posted on Librarians Matter. “I just really miss that exciting feeling of stepping out of a conference session, where I didn’t really understand what the abstract in the programme meant, with my mind buzzing with trying to quickly assimilate the new knowledge and … Continue reading
Hello, world. This one sort of sneaked past me. By the time I knew about it, I already had too much planned to start in January, so I’m putting it off, maybe till March or April. It’s something called Code Year, part of Code Academy. In Code Year, you learn to program with weekly e-mailed … Continue reading
NCompass Live: Tech Talk with Michael Sauers: Presentation Skills. January 25, 2012. 1 hour 11 minutes. Presenters: – Jenica Rogers, Director of Libraries at SUNY Potsdam. – Jezmynne Dene, Director of the Portneuf (ID) District Library. – David Lee King, Digital Branch & Services Manager at the Topeka & Shawnee County (KS) Public Library. Very … Continue reading
A Brief History of eBooks & eReaders v3.0, presented by Michael Sauers, 1 December 2011. A half-hour presentation by Michael Sauers, Technology Innovation Librarian from the Nebraska Library Commission, about the history of eReaders, from Project Gutenberg to the Kindle Fire. At the end, there’s a short explanation of ebook file formats (ePub v. Kindle). … Continue reading
The virtual worldwide Library 2.011 conference took place November 2-4, 2011. The conference was free, as are the recordings of the talks and keynote speeches. There’s a lot of good stuff there and it’s going to take me a while to get through it all.