• Presentations

    Sorry, but links to any of my presentations sponsored by BCR have been removed at BCR’s request. (March 2007)

    • “The Writing on the Walls: Wikis and the Power of the Collective”, BCR Free Friday Forum, 14 February 2007
    • “RSS: A New Way of Communicating”, BCR Free Friday Forum, 08 February 2007
    • “I Blog, You Blog, Weblog”, BCR Free Friday Forum, 06 February 2007
    • “The Social Web”, BCR Free Friday Forum, 26 January 2007
    • “What is Second Life?”, Dennison Memorial Library, University of Colorado at Denver Health Sciences Center, 16 January 2007
    • “flickr 101″, BCR Free Friday Forum, 11 January 2007
    • “Making Your Bookmarks Yummy with del.icio.us”, BCR Free Friday Forum, 05 January 2007
    • “Library 2.0″, BCR Free Friday Forum, 13 December 2006
    • “The Social Web”, Iowa City Public Library In-Service Day, 08 December 2006
    • “Tech Terms: What’s New, What’s Hot, and What You’ve Got to Know”, Colorado Association of Libraries (CAL) 2006 Conference, 11 November 2006
    • “I Blog, You Blog, Weblog”, South Central Kansas Library System (SCKLS) Technology Training Day Keynote Address, 02 November 2006
    • “Library 2.0″, South Central Kansas Library System (SCKLS) Technology Training Day Keynote Address, 02 November 2006
    • “Point, Click and Learn: Flickr and Libraries”, The Partnership: The Procincial and Territorial Library Association of Canada, 31 October 2006
    • “Flickr & Libraries”, Internet Librarian 2006, 24 October 2006
    • “Alliance Second Life Library 2.0: Going Where the Users Are”, Internet Librarian 2006, 23 October 2006
    • “Integrating RSS Into Your Web Site”, Internet Librarian 2006, 22 October 2006
    • “Tech Terms: What’s New, What’s Hot, and What You’ve Got to Know”, Idaho Library Association Conference, 6 October 2006
    • “Firefox Search Plugins”, Idaho Library Association Conference, 5 October 2006
    • “What Can U Plug Into a USB?”, BCR Free Friday Forum, 29 September 2006
    • “Tech Terms: What’s New, What’s Hot, and What You’ve Got to Know”, Mountains & Plains Parapros, 11 August 2006
    • “What Can U Plug Into a USB?”, Libraries on the Prarie: Growing Rural Libraries, Council Bluffs, IA, 10 & 13 July 2006
    • “Tech Terms: What’s New, What’s Hot, and What You’ve Got to Know”, Colorado Association of Libraries Paraprofessionals Division, 04 April 2006
    • “Integrating RSS Into Your Web Site”, Computers in Libraries 2006 Post-Conference, March 2006
    • “Flickr 101″, BCR Free Friday Forum, February 2006
    • “Blogs & RSS: Saving Time Through Aggregation”, NV Developers and Webmasters Group, May 2005
    • “Data Visualization: Presenting Data Graphically”, Computers in Libraries, March 2005
    • “Bookmarklets: Bookmarks with Power”, Computers in Libraries, March 2005
    • “Boolean Searching: A Brief Introduction”, Scottsdale Community College, February 2005
    • “Blogs & RSS: The Power of Aggregation”, Denver Area Professional Internet Searchers Users Group, January 2005
    • “Learning Styles & Teaching Strategies: Applications in Library & Information Literacy Instruction”, SUNY Cortland, January 2005
    • “Bookmarklets: Bookmarks with Power”, Internet Librarian, November 2004
    • “Data Visualization: Presenting Data Graphically”, Internet Librarian, November 2004
    • “Blogs & RSS: What They Can Mean to Your Library”, Rocky Mountain SLA, October 2004
    • “Digital Music: Moving Across Media”, Pathfinder Regional Library System Retreat, 2003
    • “The Impact of the Internet on Reference Services”, Missouri Library Network Corporation, 2001
    • “Using the Internet as a Reference Tool”, Computers in Libraries, 2000
    • “Web Publishing with Adobe Acrobat”, American Library Association Annual Conference, 1998
    • “Presenting Your Library’s Image on the Web”, Colorado Library Association
      College & University Division Conference, 1999
    • “Online Reviews”, High Plains Regional Library District Retreat (Colorado), 1998
    • “Using the Internet as a Reference Tool”, Kansas TriConference, 1998

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