Wednesday, July 23, 2008
1:00 - 4:00
At the National Humanities Center in RTP

How can social networking and new technologies enhance our libraries? Come learn from librarians who have put Web 2.0 to work ... and share your own success stories!

Introduction & Overview - Jamal Cromity, Dialog

Four 30-minute sessions at seven roundtables:
•Blogs & Wikis – Josh Wilson, NC State University Libraries
•Facebook, LinkedIn – Sheila Devaney, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School
•RSS & news feeds – Erin Iannacchione, InterMune
•Podcasting – Rebecca Vargha, UNC School of Information & Library Science
•Library Thing – Marie Tretiakova, Center for Creative Leadership
•SLA’s Course on 23 Things – Tamika McCollough, EPA
•Del.icio.us & Flickr – Karin Shank, NC Biotechnology Center
Select a topic and join the discussion at that table for 30 minutes. Then select another topic and join that discussion. You'll have an opportunity to join four discussions throughout the afternoon.

Wrap-up - Jamal and discussion leaders will summarize the great ideas and share additional resources.

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