[Libs-Or] Collaborate with Your Colleagues at the Library 2.014 Conference

Nicole Purviance nicole.purviance at sjsu.edu
Tue Sep 2 09:46:01 PDT 2014

Collaboration Leads to Inspiration at the Library 2.014 Worldwide Virtual


With six subject strands <http://www.library20.com/page/2-014-strands>
covering numerous possible topics, you're bound to find something to speak
about at the Library 2.014 Worldwide Virtual Conference
<http://www.library20.com/2014> . Scheduled for October 8 and 9, 2014, the
entirely online conference on the future of libraries in a digital world is
a collaborative event, and everyone is encouraged to submit a presentation
proposal <http://www.library20.com/page/call-for-proposals> .


Have you developed a new maker space program? How is your library using
social media to support outreach? Do you have any best practices and case
studies to share? Tell us about your research projects. Let's inspire
innovation, spark creativity, and learn from each other!


As you think about your presentation topic, check out these accepted
presentation proposals
listForCategory>  submitted by your colleagues to date: 


.         "Libraries as Community Learning Partners - STEM, Maker and
ers-stem-maker-and-badging> ," presented by Susan Hildreth, Director,
Institute of Museum and Library Services

.         "Expanding Library Technology Services to Support and Enhance
-to-support-and-enhance> ' Technology Skills," presented by Amy Jiang,
Library Technology Coordinator, Wilson Library, University of La Verne

.         "Get Noticed: Create Compelling Images that Spark Engagement
that-spark-engagement> ," presented by Julienne DesJardins, Social Media
Coordinator, Buffalo Niagara Choirs


What will you speak about? Jot down some ideas for your presentation
abstract and submit it today! Presentations must be non-commercial. For
presentation guidelines and step-by-step instructions on how to submit your
presentation proposal, please visit:


Once your proposal is accepted, you will be able to schedule presentation
times that are most convenient for your time zone. Proposals will be
accepted until September 15, 2014.


The Library 2.014 Worldwide Virtual Conference is a free international
event, thanks to its valued partners and sponsors
<http://www.library20.com/page/partners> . For more information about the
conference, please visit Library2014.com <http://www.library20.com/2014>  or
email us at SJSUiSchool at gmail.com. If you're on Pinterest, follow the
Library 2.014 conference board
<http://www.pinterest.com/sjsuischool/library-2014-conference/> .  



Launched in 2011, the Library 2.0 virtual conference series
rary-20>  connects thousands of information professionals worldwide with a
focus on the future of libraries in the 21st century. The free conferences
are a great opportunity for information professionals to collaborate with a
global audience, exchanging research and knowledge on issues trending in the
field of library and information science. Co-founded by the School of
Information <http://ischool.sjsu.edu/>  at San Jose State University (SJSU),
the conferences are part of the school's commitment to providing
professional development and lifelong learning experiences. Dr. Sandra Hirsh
<https://ischoolapps.sjsu.edu/facultypages/view.php?fac=hirshs> , director
of the SJSU School of Information, and Steve Hargadon, director of Web 2.0
Labs, co-chair the conferences. The Library 2.014 Worldwide Virtual
Conference is the fourth annual event.




Nicole Purviance

Director of Marketing and Communications

School of Information

San Jose State University


nicole.purviance at sjsu.edu

http://ischool.sjsu.edu <http://slisweb.sjsu.edu/> 






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