Friday, April 29, 2011

NEFLIN Technology Conference 2011

Friday, June 17
 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
 Embassy Suites Hotel
 9300 Baymeadows Road, Jacksonville, FL 32256
NEFLIN Room Block $99 until June 3, call 904-731-3555 to get room rate

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: MICHAEL STEPHENS, Assistant Professor, Dominican University 
Michael Stephens

Keynote: The Hyperlinked Library: Trends, Tools and Transparency

 What emerging trends are changing library services? What does a connected world of “conti
nuous computing” mean for 21st Century libraries. This presentation provides a roadmap toward becoming the Hyperlinked Library: transparent, participatory, playful, user-centered and human, while still grounded in our foundations and values.

Table Talk Discussions:
23 Things...What's Next? with Lori Reed
QR Codes with Tom Cipullo
Social Media Profiles, Posts and Updates with Dawn Jensen
Tablet Computing with Mickey Boyd
Virtual Reference and the Future of SMS with Diana Silveira
What's New with FEL and Gale Databases witch Stacey Knibloe

Concurrent Sessions:
Digital Skills Checklist with Paul Alford
Ebooks: Empowering the Reader in a Digital World with Chad Mairn
Google: 50 Things in 50 Minutes with Lori Reed
Mobile Apps for Libraries with Mickey Boyd
New Technologies: Where the Web is Headed and how to Keep Up with Dawn Jensen
Using Technology to Create Communities with Jamie Seemiller
See Concurrent Session descriptions here.

NEFLIN Members: $25
 Non members: $100
Includes Lunch
Registration deadline: June 3


This conference has been funded in part under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, administered by the Florida Department of State, Division of Library and Information Services.

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