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Thanks to everyone who attended my two sessions at the NEFLIN 2015 Technology Conference. We did finally make it home and the flights went well on the way back with the exception of my wife’s bag which somehow got stuck in Atlanta and will be delivered to us later today. Also a special thanks to my co-presenter for the technology session, Brian Pitchman, for being willing to work with someone on 2.5 hours of sleep and a lot of coffee.
Thanks to Gordon of the Bellevue Public Library and to the small group of attendees at last night’s Technology Petting Zoo.
One of the best ways to learn how technology works is to take stuff apart. In this broadcast, Leanne Mobley from the Martin County Library System in South Florida, will share a recent program called “Wreck the Library” where teens were invited to take apart computers, VCRs, modems, and more. Leanne will discuss the planning and implementation of this program, as well as information about the Martin County’s digital media center: the idea lab.
Leanne earned her MLS from Indiana University and currently works as the Digital Literacy Librarian for the Martin County Library System. Her background is in media production and she is passionate about using technology to bring ideas to life.
In this monthly feature of NCompass Live, the NLC’s Technology Innovation Librarian, Michael Sauers, will discuss the tech news of the month and share new and exciting tech for your library.
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Thanks also to the folks who attended Jennifer Koerber’s and my ACRL/Choice presentation this afternoon. Here are those slides.
And here’s a 25% off coupon for those wishing to order a copy of our book.
Thanks to everyone who attended today’s Education Institute presentation. Here are the slides for your reference.
Staff of the Nebraska Library Commission have either attended, produced, or delivered more than 500 webinars in the past decade and they’d like to encourage others to try out this communications platform. In this episode, NLC staff Christa Burns, Laura Johnson, and Michael Sauers will share many of the lessons they’ve learned over the years about how to produce, host, and deliver successful webinars.
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Don’t let this be you. Plan your presentation tech in advance.
Here is the presentation that Marcia Dority Baker, Gordon Wyant, and I delivered for the wonderful folks at NEFLIN yesterday morning. A special thanks to the attendees for the wonderful questions and comments.
Presented with Laura Johnson for the Northeast Florida Library Information Network (NEFLIN) on 13 November 2014. Thanks to all the attendees for the wonderful comments and questions.