Whew, I can’t believe it’s all over! After months of planning, negotiating, reserving, and worrying, Web 2.You finally happened on Friday, and I couldn’t be happier with the way everything went. I can’t write a long post today because all the schoolwork I ignored last week is calling my name, but I wanted to say … Continue reading Web 2.You 2009 was a terrific success!
Attention all library folk who will be in the Montreal area (or able to get here) next month: McGill’s School of Information Studies (SIS) will be hosting the 2nd Annual Web 2.You Conference on February 13, 2009. I feel very lucky to have the opportunity to organize the follow-up to the event that first inspired … Continue reading 2nd Annual Web 2.You Conference – February 13, 2009
I attended the 4th annual Web 2.You conference yesterday, and it did not disappoint. As you may know, I was co-organizer of Web 2.You 2009 and last year I was a presenter, but this time I was perfectly happy to sit and simply enjoy the day. The only small role I played was ambushing Web … Continue reading Web 2.You 2011: A success for the 4th year in a row
Oops – these have been up for a while, but I forgot to mention it. Video clips and presentation slides from Web 2.You 2009 are available at the wiki. Thanks again to all the presenters for making it an amazing day! Here’s a sample:
If you’re like me, you’re still slogging through your final assignments: don’t give up! You can do it! But if you’re lucky enough to be finished your semester and need a break between job applications, allow me to suggest some reading material. The Canadian Association of Special Libraries and Information Services (CASLIS) recently published a … Continue reading CASLIS Bulletin Special Issue