2012 Technology Conference (@ Macalester) Encore Presentations

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Save the Date: Library Technology "Encore" Presentations
May 29th Tuesday
120 Andersen Library

At this exciting rapid-fire event, your colleagues who presented at this years' Library Tech Conference (at Macalester) will hold "Encore" summaries of their talk. Each presenter will give an abbreviated version of their tech talk with topics ranging from historic maps to e-books.

- Encore planning group (Francine Dupont-Crocker, Lisa Johnston, Scott Spicer)

2012 Presentations Lineup

  1. Archiving research data for access, preservation, and sharing? We can do that. (Digital Commons Presentation)
    • Lisa Johnston

  2. Black Hats, Farms, and Bubbles: How Emerging Marketing and Content Production Models are Making Research More Difficult (Digital Commons Presentation)
    • Kate Peterson and Paul Zenke

  3. Bringing Historic Maps to Life: Adventures in ArcGIS Server and Spatial Scholarship (Digital Commons Presentation)
    • Ryan Mattke

  4. Collaborating in New Learning Spaces to Support Students' Research and Technology Training Needs (Digital Commons Presentation)
    • Kristi Jensen

  5. Evolving Workflows at the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota Digital Library (Digital Commons Presentation)
    •   Greta Bahnemann and (Jennifer L. Claybourne Torkelson - will not be present)

  6. Media Literacy for Libraries 101: What it is, the University of Minnesota Model, and the Criticality of Library Support (Digital Commons Presentation)
    • Scott Spicer

  7. Orientation Impossibilities: 780 students in One Day! (Digital Commons Presentation)
    • Kate Peterson and Andrew Palahniuk

  8. Short Attention-Span Code: Leveraging Google Apps to Build Custom Solutions (Digital Commons Presentation)
    • Janet Fransen and Megan Kocher

  9. Supporting users in their pursuit and use of our e-books: Perspectives from one large academic library (Digital Commons Presentation)
    • Virginia Bach, Laurel Haycock, Lois Hendrickson, Julie Kelly, Charles Spetland

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