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Michael Sauers

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Saturday, October 21st

Landing in San Francisco & driving down to Monterey

10:23am

Interview with OCLC researcher

TBD

Dinearound

WHERE: Cibo's (Italian) 301 Alvarado St. (at the corner of Del Monte St., across the street from the conference center) 831-649-8151

Time: 6:00 PM (after the Preconference Workshops)

TOPIC: Internet Librarians & Integrated Experience

Sunday, October 22nd

Workshop 19 — Integrating RSS into Your Web Site

1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Michael Sauers, Internet Trainer, BCR

RSS feeds are an excellent way to receive information from the Internet today. What many people don’t know is that you can receive that information and easily repurpose and republish it on your Web site with little technical know-how. Imagine automatically posting up-to-date local or industry headlines on your library’s home page. This is what you can do in just a few simple steps. Our expert Internet trainer shows you how to do just this. This workshop also covers additional RSS tools and services, including one that will create feeds from content without its own feed and another that will turn your text-based content into a podcast automatically.

Dinearound

WHERE: Indian Summer (Indian) 220 Oliver St. (at corner of Del Monte Street)

Time: 6:00 PM

TOPIC: Mashups, CM & Content Integration

Monday, October 23rd

Opening Keynote

9:00-9:45am

Session B101 - Public Libraty 2.0: Emerging Technologies & Changing Roles

10:15-11:00am

Session D102 - Innovative Uses of Web 2.0 Technologies

11:15am-12:00pm

EOS Luncheon: Meeting the Challenges Facing Librarians

12:00-1:00pm

Marriott - Ferantes Bayview Room

Session C103 - Cultivating Tech-Savy Library Staff: Competencies & Tips

1:15-2:00pm

Session D104 - Cool Tools and Mashups for Webmasters

2:15-3:00pm

Session C105 — The Second Life Library 2.0: Going to Where the Users Are

3:15 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Lori Bell, Director of Innoation, Alliance Library System

Tom Peters, CEO, TAP Information Services

Michael Sauers, Internet Trainer, BCR

In April 2006, the Alliance Library System put out a call for librarians interested in participating in a project to set up a library presence in the virtualreality world of Second Life. By the end of the month, more than two dozen librarians from around the world were meeting at a brand-new virtual library to staff the reference desk and discuss collection development, online programming, and library services. Since then, the response has only grown, and Second Life citizens are taking advantage of all the library has to offer. Our speakers provide an overview of Second Life, the creation of the library, and the services that are now being offered in this completely virtual environment.

Session C106 - Gadgets, Gadgets, Gadgets

4:14-5:00pm

Speaker's Reception

TBD

Dinearound

Second Life Library Dinner

Time: TBD

Where: TBD

Tuesday, Octboer 24th

Keynote &smp; Talis Mashing Up the Library awards

(SLL will be getting the second place award!)

9:00-9:45am

Session D201 & D202 - Podcasting & Videocasting

10:30-12:15am

Session D203 — Flickr & Libraries

1:15 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Michael Porter, OCLC Western

Fiona Hooten, National Library of Australia

Lluisa Nunez, Universitat de Barcelona

Michael Sauers, BCR

Flickr is a treasure-trove for library professionals interested in community, connections, innovative software applications, and marketing. With a strong library-centric focus, this session starts with a brief look at libraries and librarians with Flickr accounts and then explores the largest and most active library/librarian photo group on the Internet, the Flickr “Libraries and Librarians” group with more than 550 members on six continents and 2,600 images. Entertaining recorded stories share observations and comments from speakers on other continents, including how participation turned into a partnership that created a mashup between Google maps and images in the Libraries and Librarians Flickr Group. A dynamic demonstration of third-party Flickr applications using Open API/Ajax, as well as tips and tricks, round out the program. This is the ultimate library professional’s Flickr guide.

Session D204 - MySpace & Facebook

2:45-3:30pm

Session D205 - The RSS & JavaScript Cookbook: Creating One Stop

4:00-5:00pm

Dinearound

WHERE: Rappa's Seafood Restaurant (Italian) end of Fisherman's Wharf, near the conference center 831-372-7652

TIME: 6:00 PM (before Evening Program)

TOPIC: Blogging

Evening Session - Scholarship in Chaos!

Wednesday, October 25th

Keynote

9:00-9:45am

Session C301 - Technology Training in Library 2.0 World

10:30-11:15am

Session C302 - Training Tutorial Tour & Tips

11:30am-12:15pm

Book signing: "Blogging and RSS: A Librarian's Handbook"

12:15-1:45pm

Information Today, Inc. booth

Session C303 - Learning, Gaming & Training

1:45-2:30pm

Session C304 - New Tools for Training

2:45-3:30pm

Closing Keynote

3:45-4:30pm

Dinearound

WHERE: Gilbert's Seafood Grill 30 Fisherman's Wharf 831-375-3113

TIME: 6:00 PM

TOPIC: Social Computing: Tools & Applications

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