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The opening keynote speaker, Eric Chan, a.k.a. EEPMON Digital Artisan, said he wants to set himself for the long term and wondered what he would be doing in 10 years. The long shot is important; don’t jump into anything too quickly. As a digital artist, he works at the intersection of art and code. Digital […]
Tom Hogan, Sr. opened the 21st Internet Librarian conference, which has a theme “ROI Magic Sauce: Communities, Collections, Collaboration”. There are 616 attendees from 41 states and 18 countries outside the U.S., 132 of whom are speakers and moderators. He mentioned the passing of Barbara Quint who managed Searcher magazine and then became Senior Editor of […]
Welcome to the blog for Internet Librarian 2017 (IL2017). The conference starts tomorrow; today was devoted to Pre-conference sessions. The venue for IL2017 is the Monterey Marriott–the same as last year. As you can see from the photo below, significant progress has been made on the construction of the new Monterey Conference Center since last […]
Registration for London’s Internet Librarian International (ILI) opened last month. Some generous discounts are available to be grabbed.
Internet Librarians have been at the focal point of their communities for many years whether on an academic campus, in a city or county, part of a non-profit or corporate organization, in a school, museum or government department.
CIL 2017 has ended. It was a good conference and had lots of practical information on topics of current interest. Be sure and mark your calendars now with the dates of CIL 2018: April 17-19, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City. The Call For Papers will be available in January if you are interested […]