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North America’s Largest Technology Conference & Exhibition for Librarians and Information Managers
Computers in Libraries 2010
April 12 - April 14, 2010
Hyatt Regency Crystal City
2799 Jefferson Davis Highway • Arlington, VA
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Sunday, April 11, 2010

Sunday Evening Session
Gaming & Gadgets Petting Zoo

Monday, April 12, 2010

A: Information Discovery & Search
A101: Super Searcher Shares: Search Tips Spectacular!
A102: Trends in Search & Search Engines
A103: New & Hot: The Best of Resource Shelf
A104: Innovative Applications of Federated Search Technology
A105: Discovery Tools: Case Study
B: Web Presence & Experience
B101: Experience Design Makeover
B102: Improving Visual Web Experience
B103: Website Redesign: Two Case Studies
B104: Analyzing, Evaluating, & Communicating the Value of Web Presence
B105: Well-Organized Sites & Portals
C: Managing 2.0
C101: Tips for Fast Tech Project Implementation
C102: Achieving Org 2.0
C103: Decision Making & Decisions in a Digital Age
C104: Gen X Librarians: Leading From the Middle
C105: Digital Managers Sound Off
D: Collaboration Strategies & Tools
D101: Digital Commons: Building Digital Communities Using Digital Collections
D102: Real-Time Collaboration Tools
D103: What Administrators Need to Know About Technology
D104: Google Wave
D105: Twitter Tools: Applications & Success Stories
E: Literacies & Fluencies
E101: Information Fluency Strategies & Practices
E102: Libraries & Transliteracy
E103: Developing Specific Fluencies: Case Studies
E104: Information Literacy: Life Cycle & Economic Benefits
E105: LibGuides: Web Tools to Enhance Information Fluency?
Cyber Tour
CT-M1: Online Workshops: Providing Info & Awareness
CT-M2: Top Tips for Business Research
CT-M3: Making Learning & Literacy Fun for Kids!
CT-M4: Surfacing Value: Speaking to be Heard
CT-M5: Bing Tips!
CT-M6: Finding "Content" in Google Earth
CT-M7: Google Labs

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

A: Digital Practices
A201: Crafting Online Personas
A202: Library Engagement Through Open Data
A203: Usability & Libraries
A204: Using Technology, Creativity, & Partnerships for Success
A205: Reference for a Digital World
B: Next Gen Catalogs
B201: From OPAC to SOPAC: Steps to a Social Library
B202: SOPAC 2.1: Digital Strategy for the New Library
B203: Open Source Models: Hybrid ILS & Multiple Sites
B204: Fluency in OS Systems: Pilots in Different Size Libraries
B205: Global Library Landscape
C: Planning & Focusing on the Future
C201: Strategic Planning & Encouraging Change
C202: Critical Thinking: Getting to the Right Decision
C203: Bridging Community, Research, Skill Building & Entertainment With World of Warcraft & Libraries
C204: Planning & Partnerships: Strategic Initiatives
C205: Feedback & Proving Worth With Library Scorecards
D: Enterprise Trends & Practices
D201: Web 2.0 Tools: Innovation, Awareness, & Knowledge-Sharing
D202: Info Pros & SharePoint: Good Fit
D203: Drupal Applications & Practices
D204: Search Enhancements for the Enterprise
D205: Building Communities & Engaging Clients
E: Teaching: Technologies & Approaches
Cyber Tour
CT-T1: Browser Tools for Research & Discovery
CT-T2: Creating Tomorrow's Learning Environments
CT-T3: Taxonomies & Folksonomies
CT-T4: SharePoint & Libraries
CT-T5: Making an Impact With Multilingual Websites
CT-T6: Electronic Resource Manager (ERM): An Open Source Alternative
CT-T7: Screencast vs. Screenshot
CT-T8: Intersecting Real & Virtual Worlds
Tuesday Evening
Dead & Innovative Technology: Recreating the Information World

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

A: Content Management
A301: Content Containers: Transforming Publishing & Purchasing
A302: Licensing Content & Creative Commons (CC)
A303: Digitization Practices
A304: Ebooks: Landscape & Implications
A305: Ebooks: Experience & Learnings
B: Mobile Trends, Strategies, & Practices
B301: Mobile Literacy: Competencies for Mobile Tech
B302: Developing & Designing for Mobile
B303: Mobile Tips & Practices
B304: What's Happening With Mobile in Libraries
B305: Practices & Search: What's Hot!
C: Cool Tools
C301: New & Open Source Tools
C302: Productivity Tools
C303: What's Hot in RSS
C304: Cloud Computing & Digital Video
C305: Best Free Web Services for Broke Libraries
D: Cultivating Innovation & Change
D301: The 24th Thing: What's Next?
D302: Persuasion, Influence, & Innovative Ideas
D303: Google Gambol
D304: Information Discovery With Surfaces
D305: Engaging Communities
E: Learning: Expanding Our Knowledge
E301: Staff Development: Soft Skills, Firm Results
E302: Peer Training for Digital Literacy
E303: From Podcasts to Blogs and Beyond!
E304: Ref Desk Adventure: Simulation Game for Training
E305: 23 Things for an International Audience
CT-W1: HTML & CSS3: Not Your Father's Markup
CT-W2: Selling E-Book Resources to Your Community
CT-W3: Top Ten Free Alternatives

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