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North America’s Largest Technology Conference & Exhibition for Librarians and Information Managers
Computers in Libraries 2011
March 21 - March 23, 2011
Hilton Washington
1919 Connecticut Ave. NW • Washington DC
Strategic Focus & Value for Library Communities
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Sunday, March 20, 2011

SundayEvening: Sunday Evening Session
Gaming & Gadgets Petting Zoo

Monday, March 21, 2011

Keynote Presentations
Google Books: Strategic Focus & Value to Library Communities
A: Information Discovery & Search
A101: Super Searcher Strategies & Tips
A102: Search Engine Update
Lunch Break - A Chance to Visit the Exhibits
A103: Search: Quick Tips for Adding Value
A104: Visualization & Geospatial Technologies
A105: Semantic Web Apps for Researchers: VIVO
B: Web Presence & Experience
B101: Building Great Websites
B102: Improve Your Website Now!
Lunch Break - A Chance to Visit the Exhibits
B103: Mining Data to Learn About Libraries & Users
B104: In Pursuit of Library Elegance
B105: Drupal: The Basics & More
C: Communities & Collaboration
C101: Using Partnerships & Collaboration to Deliver Service Value
C102: Building Community With Faculty & Suppliers
Lunch Break - A Chance to Visit the Exhibits
C103: Building Community Partnerships: Ideas & Insights
C104: Sizing Up Your Library Budget & Spending Priorities for 2011
C105: SharePoint: Collaboration Tech Tips
D: Marketing & Measuring
D101: Promoting With Web 2.0
D102: Measuring the Soft Stuff
Lunch Break - A Chance to Visit the Exhibits
D103: Demonstrating the Impact of Public Access Technology
D104: Innovative Marketing Tools and Strategies
D105: Performance Measures: Illustrating Value to Your Community
E: Internet@Schools
E101: Collections for Today and Tomorrow: How "e" to Be
E102: Ebooks Go to School: Limitations and Possibilities for Instruction and Leisure Reading
Lunch Break - A Chance to Visit the Exhibits
E103: The Author Visit: From On-Site Appearance to Online Chat With Teachers and Students
E104: In the Trenches-Adaptive Strategies to Teaching With LibGuides
E105: Marketing Strategies for Your School Library- Create a Brand and Control Your Image
Cyber Tour
CT-M1: QR Codes 101
CT-M2: Going Mobile with Android
CT-M3: Surviving & Thriving in a World Gone Digital
CT-M4: Improving "Find" at One University!
CT-M5: Best of Biz Sources & Practices
CT-M6: Research Trend Watching
CT-M7: Virtual Reference: Chat, IM, & SMS
CT-M8: Tracking Web Usage with Net Freebies
CT-M9: Building an App-Like Experience

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Keynote Presentations
Engaging Digital Natives: Strategies, Services & Satisfaction
A: Innovative Services & Programs
A201: Learning From Inspirational Libraries
A202: MetaSocial: Making Online & Mobile Interactions Rock
A203: "Teching Up" Traditional Library Programs
A204: Game Creation Programs in Libraries
A205: Getting to The Eureka! Moment
B: Next-Gen Systems & Operations
B201: Community Tagging
B202: Current OPACs & Next-Gen Systems
B203: What's New & Engaging
B204: Integrating iPads Into Learning & Libraries
B205: RFID: Technology & Applications
C: Ebook Trends & Practices
C201: EBook Publishing: Practices & Challenges
C202: Empowering the Reader in a Digital World
C203: EBook Models & Challenges
C204: EBooks & Their Growing Value for Libraries
C205: EBooks & Their Growing Value for Libraries (continued)
D: Enterprise Trends & Practices
D201: Reinventing the Corporate Library
D202: Organizational Intelligence & Raising Your Value
D203: New Alignments, Structures, & Services
D204: Mobile Programs for the Enterprise
D205: Successful Multigenerational Collaboration Strategies
E: Internet@Schools
E201: Kids Doing Research Right
E202: A Homework Help Site That Meets Teens Where They "Live"
E303: Merging Literature and Web 2.0
E204: Graphic Language (Arts!) in the Library
E205: Best of Web 2.0 for Teaching and Learning
Cyber Tour
CT-T1: Tablets, Superphones & Libraries
CT-T2: Gov 2.0: Gov Info on the 'Net
CT-T3: Capturing Attention: Design Tips
CT-T4: Boopsie Mobile Applications in Libraries
CT-T5: Who's Out There? Patron Personas in 15 Minutes
CT-T6: Teens & Homework Help That Works
CT-T7: Using the Cloud to Extend IT & Experimentation
CT-T8: Cheap & Fun Ways to Reach Gen X&Y
CT-T9: Easy Usability Testing: Card Sorting Tips
TuesdayEvening: Tuesday Evening
Dead & Innovative Technology: Recreating the Information World

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Keynote Presentations
Adding Value to Communities
A: Planning & Implementing
A301: Thinking Strategically & Critically: Seeing Possibilities
A302: Effective Workflows for Multi-Gens & Tech Change
A303: Persuasion & Permission
A304: Planning & Realizing the "Fourth Place"
A305: Before & After the Plan: Tracking Strategic Initiatives
B: User Experience
B301: Faculty Information Using Behavior
B302: Usability Express: Recipe for Libraries
B303: Cool Tools: Measuring, Visualizing, & Analyzing What Libraries Do
B304: Digital Collections: Creative Development & User Experience
B305: Social Media Strategy & Goals
C: Mobile Trends & Practices
C301: Mobile Landscape and Location
C302: Mobile Hot Topics
C303: QR Codes
C304: Mobile Usability
C305: Building Community & Mobile Experiences
D: Content Management & Preservation
D301: Digital Preservation Strategies: Value Through Longevity
D302: Libraries in the Semantic Web
D303: Repositories: Strategies & Practices
D304: Collecting & Preserving User-Generated Content
D305: Building Digital Collections While Saving Deteriorating Microforms
E: Training & Learning
E301: Face-to-Face? Avatars & Facebook for Learning
E302: Creating 21st-Century Information-Literacy Programs
E303: Podcasting & Tools: Endless Opportunities!
E304: Learning Virtually: 23 Things & Counting
E305: Transliteracies: Libraries as the Critical "Classroom"
Cyber Tour
CT-W1: Online Security: Tips & Tricks
CT-W2: Beyond Google: Search Tips & Alternate Engines
CT-W3: Tech Support at a Distance: Tips & Tools
CT-W4: Google Secrets!

Thursday, March 24, 2011

SpecialEvent: Special Event
Data Curation: Understanding & Dealing With Research Data

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