Iris Jastram: When in Rome…

When in Rome, Be Your Roman Self (handout .pdf) Iris Jastram Living online Cultural norms appear out of nowhere in online communities.  Part of living online is learning to adapt to the culture of spaces so that people care about what you say — when you’re out of sync with…

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Me: getting support for projects

I gave my talk on getting support for new projects this afternoon, and my presentation materials are available on the Academic Library 2.0 wiki, or over on the presentations page on this site.  Enjoy!

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Steve Lawson: The academic library 2.0 interface

Steve Lawson The academic library 2.0 interface, or, what we can learn from Flickr. There is no academic library 2.0, and this is a pre-conference about it.  It’s not about definitions, bit’s about what we do. The www experience: A street market.  Some people got there first, some people got…

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Jason Griffey: The pictures, they move!

The pictures, they move: How ubiquitous video changes everything Jason Griffey We’ve come to a point where in our culture, particularly youth culture, creating media is overtaking consuming media.  In the same way that blogs have reduced the entry-level skills for creating text content, new video tools will reduce the…

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Amanda Etches-Johnson: More wow for blogs

Amanda Etches-Johnson Blogs: Less what, more how, more wow. Blots are: easy, effective, conversational, distributed.  But: require commitment!  (Amanda says she cannot hold herself up as an example because she hasn’t blogged in months… but when she does, we love her!)  Blogs are perfect fodder for RSS feeds, allowing you…

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