Computers in Libraries – tentative schedule

Here is a tentative schedule for the sessions I plan to attend at Computers in Libraries next week. I am generally more ambitious when I am planning my schedule than when I am actually at the conference, so we’ll see if I make it to or through all of them (occasionally, a session turns out to be not at all what I expected, and if I can, I will leave it).

Day Time Session
Mon 8:30-9:45am Friending Libraries: The Nodes in People’s Social Networks ● Lee Rainie, Pew Internet & American Life Project
  10:30-11:15am Digital Preservation, E-Government & ERM / Presenting
  1:30-2:30pm 40-Plus New Tools & Gadgets for Library Webmasters / Fichter & Cervone
  3:15-4:00pm What Have We Learned Lately About Academic Library Users / Wendling, Kaske, & Varnum
Tue 10:30-11:15am New Strategies for Digital Natives / Blowers
  11:30-12:15pm Designing the Digital Experience / King
  or Social Network Profile Management / Schwarts, Porter, Houghton-Jan, & Powers
  1:30-2:15pm Unconferences / Lawson, Francoeur, Blyberg, & Greenhill
  2:30-3:15pm Open Source Library Implementations / Kohn & McCloy
  4:00-5:00pm Open Access: Green and Gold / Beers & Buckland
  9:00-9:45am Library Without Walls: Meeting Place of and for People! ● Paul Holdengraber, The New York Public Library
Wed 9:00-9:45am Digital Strategies & Knowledge Commons ● Michael Edson, Smithsonian Institution
  10:30-11:15am CM Tools: Drupal, Joomla, & Rumba / Deschamps & Blyberg
  2:30-3:15pm What’s Hot in RSS / Cohen
  3:45-4:30pm New Tools for Metrics & Measures / Herman, Iglesias, & Bhatnagar

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