A place to share high (and low!) quality OER initiatives, shareable learning objects and digital assets repositories. This group discusses open content, their application, and considerations that may go hand-in-hand with OER's.
This group is for researchers, genealogists, librarians and anyone else interested in this field. Share new ideas or resources available. Discuss problems you are having, brick walls that need to be destroyed or anything else that others might want to know about.See More
"Michelle--this is great. Thanks for signing up.
Steve Hargadon will be posting a sign-up page where we can all mark the time slots that will work for us. I'll be sure to let you and the other volunteers know when it is ready."
I am a Collaborate trainer for this fall seminar. I would like to volunteer as a monitor in the conference. I will be available the 3rd and 4th for the before 5pm and all day on the 5th of October.See More
This is the discussion and email group for conference volunteers. Please join this group if you sign up to volunteer, as we will use it to send important announcements out to all volunteers. A HUGE and special thanks to you volunteers for the conference! Here are some final notes that you will want to keep handy during the conference: Please come into the volunteer and presenter "lounge" room 30 minutes before your sessions begin. The link to the room is …See More
Library School Student (studying to be a librarian)
I am in the Masters of Library and Information Science program at San Jose State University and am learning to teach Collaborate as a tool of virtual instruction. I also work in a Genealogy/History library in San Francisco.
Do you want to volunteer to help with the Library 2.0 virtual conference / events?
If you are willing to volunteer, how would you like to help? Would you want to participate as a partner organization, to serve on the advisory committee, or to help moderate actual sessions? Please provide details below, or any ideas you have for the conference.
Help to moderate actual sessions.
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