What an exciting and successful event -- Internet Librarian 2003 held in Monterey CA last week!
Check out www.infotoday.com/il2003 for the full conference program, a peek at some of the presentations (some should linked to the site in a week or two),
AND the new conference buzz section highlighting weblogs by
Elizabeth Lane Lawley (mamamusings.com),
Jenny Levine (the shifted librarian.com),
Steven Cohen (librarystuff.net),
Michael Stephens (tametheweb.com),
Karen Schneider (freerangelibrarian --frl.bluehighways.com), and more.
Have a look to find out more about
* New concepts, such as "congrunting", born at IL2003
* New tools and gadgets discussed
* The many tips and techniques that were shared
Liz Lawley's post of Mary Ellen Bates' 30 tips in 40 minutes has had a lot of circulation.
As has Stephen Abram's comment about "stupid computers"!
Join us next year in Monterey, November 15th-17th.
Always looking for speakers with new tools and experiences to share.