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Virtual ALA

ALA's annual conference is starting later this week (June 21-27) in Washington, DC. If you can't make the real deal, there are a number of ways you can virtually tune in:


Friday Bits

Bit One: I have been at LMS 2007 for the past couple of days getting lots of exposure to the ins and outs of issues like changing your learning management system, how to deal with vendors, and what to look for in a Learning Content Management System. Today I attended a session on Web 2.0 and Learning Management Systems, and they talked about a very cool new LMS, the first of its kind, actually:


Research and Fun at ALA

During the American Library Association (ALA) 2007 Midwinter meeting in Seattle, I was looking for ideas for the 2007 Infopeople Technology Petting Zoo and had a great opportunity to try my fancy foot work out on Dance Dance Revolution dance pads with Jenny Levine. Jenny is an Internet Development Specialist and Strategy Guide for ALA; she also has her own blog titled, The Shifted Librarian.


Video from CLA 2006

A nice little video tour of the CLA 2006 conference has been posted to Google Video. Check it out here! Our technology petting zoo & booth area is featured, along with special appearances by assorted Peeps. Thanks to Bernadette Swanson from UC Davis for the link! Check out more info from the conference on the CLA Blog.



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