I’m Presenting at the Library Marketing and Communications Conference in November!

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I’m pretty excited to report that Stephanie Petruso (of Anne Arundel County Public Library) and I will be presenting a session on Building Strong Social Media Communications Teams at this year’s Library Marketing and Communications Conference, which takes place November 14-15 in St. Louis. Our session description is: As social media becomes a ubiquitous form […]

Internet Librarian 2015 – Sessions Sneak Peek

In 2 weeks I head to the Internet Librarian conference in Monterrey CA, so I’ve been getting my slides ready. This will be my first IL conference and I’m excited to meet West Coast folks who don’t travel East to Computers in Libraries – especial if you want to talk about libraries and social media […]

Computers in Libraries 2015 – Panel Discussion

The annual Computers in Libraries conference starts next Monday in Washington DC, and on Tuesday I’m leading a panel discussion on “Social Media & Community Engagement.” The description is: “A strong online community can help strengthen a library’s in-person community and contribute to community resilience in times of stress. But how do you develop this? […]

CIL2011: “Community Engagement on a Shoestring”

Also known as our presentation for Computers in Libraries 2011 (download the .pptx if you want to read our text). The fantastic Brian Herzog, aka The Swiss Army Librarian, blogged our session (I wish I’d met him!) and described it thus: Case study of how they went from municipal website to library-specific website with integrated […]

Computers in Libraries 2011

We’re speaking Monday morning at 11:30 on track B – Improve Your Website Now!