The Travelin' Librarian Uncategorized CAL2006 Conference

CAL2006 Conference

Friday and Saturday I’ll be attending the Colorado Association of Libraries (CAL) 2006 conference here in Denver, CO. I’ll be of course posting to my blog about it as much as I can. Additionally:

  • I will be presenting my Tech Terms session on Saturday @ 2pm. At this point I don’t know what room I’ll be presenting in. (Heather Clark of BCR and Steve Lawson of Colorado College will be performing a special introduction to my presentation. This is something you’re not going to want to miss.)
  • My latest book Blogging and RSS: A Librarian’s Guide will be available for purchase at the BCR booth at a conference discounted price of only $24.00. (Cash and checks only.)
  • At 3pm on Saturday during the ice cream social I will be signing my book at the BCR booth.
  • At CAL’s request I’ve set up a conference wiki on which will be posted conference updates and session reviews during the conference. Be sure to check it out if you’re not attending the conference.
  • Yesterday I worked with the folks running the conference to standardize on the tag “cal2006” when it comes to posting flickr photos and blogging. So, if you’re looking for photos or other just search on that tag.

I’m looking forward to catching up with everyone at the conference so be sure to find me and say hi.

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2 thoughts on “CAL2006 Conference”

  1. Steve says:


    Clairvoyant guy that I am, I guessed the wiki password and put up some info about my other session on Friday. But then it occurred to me that perhaps the wiki isn’t meant to be updated by the conference-goers?

    If it *is*, I guess you should put the password on the home page. If it *isn’t*, please delete my addition!

    See you Saturday, if not before.

  2. Michael says:

    We’ve opened the wiki to all who wish to edit. The password is now listed on the Wiki’s front page.

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