Afternoon E track: 2.0 planning and managing

I missed the start of the first afternoon session because we meandered back from lunch — the sunshine! The flowers! Holy Spring, Batman! Nancy Dowd, Director of Marketing, New Jersey State Library Paula Vitakis, Journalist & Communications Professional Transparency! The Old School is afraid of transparency, but transparency is what…

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Track E

I’m not going to blog this session the way I normally would, because I’m sitting on the floor in the hallway outside the room, which is packed to standing room, with people using the walls as hard surfaces to write notes on their notepads, and an entire collection of folks…

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Gaming doesn't make you stupid

Chad Boeninger, Learning from Video Games Ohio University Libraries, Library Voice Chad began with a clip from Bully, two kids interacting in the school library. “Do I look like a librarian?” Very entertaining, plus it’s a vision of libraries in video games — “the nerdy kid who can’t even zip…

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CiL Day 2

Um. Stuff happened today. Brain death is setting in, so it’s hard for me to remember exactly what. First there was the part where I went to sleep around 2:30 this morning, after a raucous and extremely entertaining group jaunt out to the Brickskellar in DC to sample the world’s…

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Pecha Kucha: The Unpronounceable

I suspect this will be unbloggable — 6 presenters, 6 minutes 40 seconds each, 20 slides showing for 20 seconds each, but oh am I going to try. Amanda Etches-Johnson: IM. It’s nifty. it allows chat between people who aren’t in the library. We wanted virtual reference, but it didn’t…

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