Library 2.011 Conference SPEAKERS


Library 2.011 Conference SPEAKERS

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How can I download the all recordings of conference?Continue

Started by Faiza M.Usman Khatri. Last reply by Faiza M.Usman Khatri Nov 4, 2011.

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Comment by Anna Taranenko on November 4, 2011 at 4:13am
Wonderful conference and great experience! Planning to listen to as many recordings as possible :) Thank you very much, looking forward to further events!
Comment by Diane Fulkerson on November 3, 2011 at 11:15pm
I thoroughly enjoyed this conference and enjoyed presenting. All the presentations were excellent.
Comment by Craig Seasholes on November 3, 2011 at 11:14pm
Mike Eisenberg, Sarah Applegate, Colet Bartow, Mark Ray and I were delighted to participate this evening in this ambitious Library2.011 project. LIT TLs are a resource-full and well connected bunch and the Conference points the way towards our role in the LIT- library information technology role our libraries will play for years to come.  I share our LIT program description once more for its succinct characterization of the programs we serve. Have a look, and Make It LIT!
Comment by Mary Ann on November 3, 2011 at 9:42pm

Steve i needed to switch computers can you come back into my session in a few minutes and give me moderator privleges again?



Comment by Benjamin Curran on November 3, 2011 at 9:11pm
I am all for things that threaten the existing way of doing things when it comes to 20th (and 19th) century outdated means of teaching and learning! Kudos to Library 2.0 and GlobalEdCon and everyone out there working tirelessly to connect, collaborate, and engage!
Comment by Begzsuren Jamsranjav on November 3, 2011 at 8:20pm

Dear Library 2.011 Presenters and Organizers,

Good morning!
My session <Is this Mongolian Public Library really a :
“PUBLIC LIBRARY”?> show is coming. It'll start at 10am. Now in Mongolia, 8:23am.

I very appreciate for my participation and your organizational energy,

See you there,


Comment by Steve Hargadon on November 3, 2011 at 7:59pm
@Steve W. - I think that's a great idea, not because I'm looking for the accolades, but last year's Global Education Conference was a comparably significant event (5 days, 450 presentations) and really received no recognition of that kind.  My sense is that part of what these events do is to sit in a new space that's hard to define, and maybe even threatens some existing ways of doing things...?
Comment by guybrarian on November 3, 2011 at 7:44pm
Thanks @Steve H and have an incredibly well run, organized event full of strong insightful content. Proud to have had the opportunity to present. Thanks to @debbieFaires for moderating our talk today too! Well done all!
Comment by Steve Watkins on November 3, 2011 at 7:41pm

I agree with @Craig Seasholes that we all owe @Steve H and his team more than a couple of cool refreshments. How about a crowd-sourced nomination for the OITP/LITA award for best library practices using cutting-edge technology for professional developoment?

Comment by Debbie Faires on November 3, 2011 at 7:40pm

More information about recordings:

They are available here.

Each recording contains the audio, text chat, whiteboard activity (including slides), web tour or application sharing as well as the list of participants.

You can save the text chat from a recording as a .txt file by selecting File > Save > Chat. You'll also see options there for saving the whiteboard (I generally recommend saving as PDF) and the attendee list.


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