Sources to learn about data; skills needed in a library job involving data; websites and blogs to read.
Michael Edson from the Smithsonian delivered the keynote on the 3rd day of Computers in Libraries. He told the audience to “Go boldly into the present.”
At the opening night reception, ITI authors were signing their books for attendees. Free cybertours on various topics were well attended.
A review of Google+, uses in libraries, hangouts (“the killer app”), and privacy issues.
All is not serious learning at Computers in Libraries. Thursday evening featured Battle Decks: Dead and Innovative Technology, where “battlers” faced an array of slides they’d never seen and had to create, on the fly, in front of a large audience, a coherent presentation, theoretically about the theme of dead and innovative technology. Not only […]