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Monterey, CA • October 26 – 28, 2009
Monterey Conference Center
Net Initiatives for Tough Times: Digital Publishing, Preservation & Practices
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Cory Stier, Assistant Director, Red Deer Public Library
Cory Stier, Assistant Director at Red Deer Public Library has over 13 years of experience as a librarian in a variety of positions including 2 years as the Electronic Resources Librarian at Athabasca University and 5 years as the I.T. Librarian at Red Deer Public Library. He has been involved in web development for almost 15 years. He implemented the Drupal CMS at Red Deer Public Library in 2007 and is a huge proponent of open source solutions.

Sessions by Cory Stier
Tuesday 10-27-2009 4:15 PM 5:00 PM A205: Fast-Tracking Usability Testing & User-Centered Design

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