Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Internet Library 2005

I've been at the Internet Librarian 2005 conference in Monterey, CA this week. Tomorrow I go home -- hopefully to warmer temperatures! ;-) There have been many very good sessions here. There are also a number of people blogging these sessions (InfoToday provided free wireless in the convention center). As I find them, I will link to the good overviews I find. Library Terms that Users Understand - web usability
Shifting Worlds - keynote/stats from Pew Internet and American Life project Choosing the Right CMS Social Software and Sites for Public Library Competing with Google: Library Strategies -- keynote
Evaluating Search Tools Fueling Engines for the Future --A9, Yahoo, Google representatives Search Engine Update Google: Catalyst for Digitization? Or Library Destruction? -- keynote Blogging at the University Marketing the Weblog Library Blogs - Ethis & Guidelines Social Computing and the Information Professional Hardware Solutions -- for public libraries Future Technology Trends for Public Libraries 30 Search Tips in 40 Minutes Internet at Schools Keynote
Presentations should be available on the IL web site in about two weeks.

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