As you may recall, a year ago I co-organized an event called Web 2.You. It was a terrific success, and my co-organizer, Amanda Halfpenny, has gone on to take the lead in arranging another one this year. As you’ll see below, Amanda has lined up another outstanding set of international and local speakers, and I will have the privilege of giving a presentation as well. Whether you’re a student or a professional, if you have any interest in technology in libraries, you should register ASAP.
Also, for any students wondering how to gain some experience before graduation, I highly recommend Amanda’s blog post on how to get a part-time job while in library school.
A new year has begun and the 3rd Annual Web 2.You Conference is only a month away, so it’s time to start thinking about registering. Web 2.You is a full-day event featuring international and local speakers on the implications of Web 2.0 technologies in professional information settings. Professionals who attended Web 2.You in past years were blown away by their experience and we are confident that this year’s speakers will take it to the next level.
Here are the details:
$40 full day (includes catered lunch)
$20 morning or afternoon only
$15 full day (includes catered lunch)
$10 morning or afternoon only
The event will take place Friday February 5th 2010 at McGill University’s Thomson House and feature presentations from Michael Porter, Jenica Rogers and Graham Lavender as well as a panel discussion on democracy and technologies.
The deadline for registration is Friday, January 29th 2010.
To register and for more details on the event visit the Web 2.You Wiki.
Please feel free to circulate this information to your network of colleagues.
See you there!
Amanda Halfpenny, MLIS II McGill University
Adrienne Smith, MLIS I McGill University
2 thoughts on “Web 2.You 2010 is coming up on Feb 5th”
Do you know if videos of the Web 2.You 2010 conference are going to be posted on YouTube? I really enjoyed seeing the 2009 ones.
It’s great to know that people are interested in the videos! I’m not sure whether they’ll be posted on YouTube, but videos will be available in one form or another. Watch the Web 2.You wiki (http://web2pointyou.pbworks.com/) in the coming days for more info – I’ll blog about it once they’re available too.