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IOLUG Fall Conference

November 11, 2009

I will be attending and sitting on a panel at the Indiana Online Users Group fall meeting this Friday.  See you there!

Fall 2009 Program

Hot or Not: Managing Your Digital Identity

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November 13, 2009

Plainfield Public Library

Have you Googled yourself lately? What do others see when they check you out? What does your Web presence say about you? The IOLUG fall program will focus on managing your digital identity and organizing your personal, professional, and organizational roles.

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Schedule
9-9:30 Registration—with continental breakfast.
9:30-9:35 Introduction to the day by Tom Smith.
9:35-10:30 Morning Keynote – Yes, You Are Speaking In Public: The Implications Of Building a Personal and Professional Online Presence (1 Technology LEU) – Jenica P. Rogers, M.L.S., Director of Libraries, State University of New York, Postdam, New York.
10:30-10:40 Questions
10:45-11:45 3 Breakout Sessions

 

Online Public Identities: The Unexpected Dangers (1 Technology LEU)

Jenica P. Rogers, M.L.S., Director of Libraries, State University of New York, Postdam, New York

Tips and Tricks (1 Technology LEU)

  1. New Friend Request: Managing Personal and Professional Contacts on
    Facebook – Jason Fields, M.L.S. Chief Operating Officer, Hancock County Public Library
  2. Search Engine Optimization Michael Witt, M.L.S., Interdisciplinary Research Librarian, Purdue University
  3. The Website with a Face: Digitally connecting to People Where They Are Richard Bernier, M.L.S. Reference and Electronic Services Librarian at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
  4. Virtual Venues and Collaboration: Strenthening your staff and services using Facebook Misti Shaw, M.L.S. Music Librarian, Depauw University

Facebook Basics (1 Technology LEU)

Hands on computer lab on setting up Facebook and learning a few of the “ins and outs of social networking. Twitter basic will also be integrated into this session.
Daniel Nguyen, M.I.S, M.L.S. Web Developer, Indianapolis Marion County Public Library and Bill Helling, M.I.S. Assistant Director, Crawfordsville Public Library

11:45-12:30 Lunch and Biz meeting
12:30-1:20 Afternoon Keynote – Organizational Digital Identity (1 Technology LEU) – Toby Greenwalt, M.S.L.I.S., Virtual Services Coordinator at Skokie Public Library
1:20-1:30 Questions
1:30-1:45 Break
1:45-2:45 3 Breakout Sessions

 

Funneling Social Media Feeds (1 Technology LEU)

Toby Greenwalt, M.S.L.I.S., Virtual Services Coordinator at Skokie Public Library

Tips and Tricks (1 Technology LEU)

  1. New Friend Request: Managing Personal and Professional Contacts on
    Facebook – Jason Fields, M.L.S. Chief Operating Officer, Hancock County Public Library
  2. Search Engine Optimization Michael Witt, M.L.S., Interdisciplinary Research Librarian, Purdue University
  3. The Website with a Face: Digitally connecting to People Where They Are Richard Bernier, M.L.S. Reference and Electronic Services Librarian at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
  4. Virtual Venues and Collaboration: Strenthening your staff and services using Facebook Misti Shaw, M.L.S. Music Librarian, Depauw University

Facebook Basics (1 Technology LEU)

Hands on computer lab on setting up Facebook and learning a few of the “ins and outs of social networking. Twitter basic will also be integrated into this session.

2:45-3:45 Panel on Personal Experiences with Digital Identity

 

Melissa Kiser, M.L.S, Information Technology Librarian, Allen County Public Library

Kayla Gregory, Libraries Marketing Associate, Purdue University.

Malissa Hostetler, Graduate Student in Library Science at IUPUI

Lisa Lobdell, Graduate Student in Library Science at IUPUI

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