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Sarah’s Speaking Engagements

September 2, 2010

Here’s where I’m going to be speaking, in cyberspace or face-to-face (or in “meatspace” as many cyberpunk and science fiction books call it).  Drop by and say hi, and if you’re attending one of these events drop me a line to tell me what you want me to talk about.

  • September 2010 – “Web Searching 2: Advanced Tools and Tips” – four-week online class for Infopeople
  • September 21, 2010 – “2.0 Services without 2.0 Million Dollars: The Best Free Web Services for Broke Libraries” for the Future of Libraries Conference (San Francisco)
  • September 29, 2010 – “Ebook ‘What Ifs’: Issues that Impact Scenario Planning” webinar panel with Matt Hamilton, Josh Hadro, and Bobbi Newman for the eBooks at Libraries: The Tipping Point – Library Journal Virtual Summit
  • October 12, 2010 – “Online Outreach and Marketing” webinar for the Florida Panhandle Library Access Network
  • October 13, 2010: “Mobile Services for Libraries” – Infopeople webinar
  • October 20, 2010 – “Technology for Small Libraries” webinar for the Florida Panhandle Library Access Network
  • October 24, 2010: “UX4Lib: Designing Digital Spaces for Positive User Experiences” with Aaron Schmidt – Internet Librarian Pre-Conference Workshop
  • October 25, 2010: “Digital Managers Sound Off!” with David King, Bobbi Newman, and Matt Hamilton at the Internet Librarian Conference
  • October 26, 2010: Moderating Track A, “Innovation, Risk, & Failure” at the Internet Librarian Conference
  • October 26, 2010: “Fail! Learn! Share!” with other panelists at the Internet Librarian Conference
  • October 26, 2010: “Augmented Reality & Libraries” with Jaap Van de Geer and Erik Boekesteijn at the Internet Librarian Conference
  • October 27, 2010: “Best Free Web Stuff for Broke Libraries” at the Internet Librarian Conference
  • December 9, 2010: “User Experience Design for Web Services” – Infopeople webinar

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