[Web4lib] Building an Electronic Branch for your Library online conference
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Tue Oct 19 10:20:11 EDT 2010
Trendy Topics 2010: Building an Electronic Branch for Your Library: A One Day
Online Conference - Tuesday, November 16th.
TAP Information Services and the School of Library and Information Science at
San Jose State University are pleased to announce another in the ongoing series
of online conferences on hot topics that librarians can enjoy right at their
David Lee King,Digital Branch & Services Manager at the Topeka & Shawnee County
Public Library, is the keynote speaker. He will describe the process his web
team used to transform their outdated website into a 21st century digital
Other speakers for this day-long conference include:
· Laura Solomon on “Why Patrons Hate your Website”
· Mary-Carol Lindbloom on “The Reference Service Leaf of the Digital
· Joe Murphy on “The Mobile eBranch”
· Sonja Plummer-Morgan on “Building a Virtual Branch in a Virtual World”
· Tom Peters and Lori Bell on “Library Programs at your Electronic Branch”
Full Schedule: http://www.trendytopics.info/T2eBranchschedule.pdf
Registration Fees: $40 for individuals; $100 for groups; $30 for students.
Register at: http://TrendyTopics.eventbee.com/event?eid=730073203
Trendy Topics Conference Series Website: http://www.trendytopics.info/
San Jose State SLIS current faculty and students may attend for free. SJSU SLIS
alumni receive a 50 percent discount. Please contact Lori Bell at
lbell927 at gmail.com for a coupon code.
Start Time: 11 a.m. Eastern, 10 Central, 9 Mountain, and 8 Pacific.
End Time: 6 p.m. Eastern, 5 Central, 4 Mountain, and 3 Pacific.
For more information on these workshops please contact Lori Bell at
lbell927 at gmail.com or Tom Peters at TAP Information Services at
tpeters at tapinformation.com.
TAP Information Services (www.tapinformation.com) helps organizations innovate.
The School of Library and Information Science at San José State University
(http://slisweb.sjsu.edu) offers a Master of Library and Information Science
degree, which is fully accredited by the American Library Association. The
School also offers a Master of Archives and Records Administration degree for
students who are interested in pursuing a career in electronic records
management. Additionally, the School partners with Queensland University of
Technology to offer a doctoral program in Library and Information Science. The
School is a recognized leader in making effective use of leading edge
technologies for distance learning.
School of Library and Information Science
San Jose State University
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