[Libs-Or] ORSLA 2009 Annual Banquet and Business Meeting - 10/10

ORSLA Communications orsla.communications at gmail.com
Wed Sep 16 08:43:20 PDT 2009

 *The Oregon Chapter of SLA invites you to our 2009 Annual Banquet and
Business Meeting this October 10th, 6-9 PM*.

We are excited to feature Aaron Schmidt at this year's banquet. Aaron is a
much sought-after usability expert and Web 2.0 consultant. Currently the
Digital Initiatives Librarian for the District of Columbia Public Library,
Aaron also writes the acclaimed and insightful blog Walking
Aaron is looking forward to discussing Web 2.0 technologies and how we can
use them to better serve our clients and move our professions ahead.

In addition to Aaron's interactive talk, ORSLA will present this year's
Greey Award, announce our new slate of officers, give away a free student
membership and provide plenty of time for socializing.

*Date: *Saturday, October 10th, 6-9 PM
*Location: *Elephant's Deli Garden Room, 115 NW 22nd, Portland, OR 97210
*Cost: *$30 students, $35 members, $40 non-members
* *
*To RSVP, *follow this link and answer a few questions about your Web 2.0
use (responses will be kept anonymous):
(If the clicking on the link doesn't work, try copying and pasting it
directly into your browser.)

*More about Aaron Schmidt:*
*Aaron Schmidt is the Digital Initiatives Librarian for the District of
Columbia Public Library.  He helps plan forward thinking, fun projects for
the library, helping them connect to the community and teach them about the
Read/Write Web.  He also assists with website visioning, conducts usability
testing, leads the library's Library 2.0 Interest Group and helps coordinate
and generate ideas for the library's digital research and development
project called DC Library Labs.

He has published articles on social media and libraries in publications such
as Library Journal and Online has presented on the topic of library
technology and usability throughout the United States, and in Canada, the
UK, the Netherlands and Spain.  In 2005 Schmidt was named a Library Journal
"Mover & Shaker."  You can find him online at his library technology and
usability weblog: www.walkingpaper.org.*
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