Get Real. Stay Relevant.
Internet Librarian International 2010: 14-15 October 2010, Workshops 13 October, Novotel London West, London, UK
The Innovation and Technology Conference for Information Professionals focused on
Knowledge and Information Management • Library Systems • E-Resources • Digital Libraries • Search
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Two Inspirational Keynotes
Robert Rowland Smith, Author
Best-selling author, scholar and consultant, Robert Rowland Smith, brings his unique perspective on daily life to the world of information. In his book Breakfast with Socrates, he applied the thoughts and teachings of philosophers to the mundane tasks of everyday life. He characterised Socrates as intensely curious, with a probing and inventive mind. How can philosophy help internet librarians reflect on what we do, and on our role within our organisations? In the knowledge economy, where work becomes intangible and spending on services declines, how do we demonstrate the basic worth of what we produce?
Hazel Hall, Edinburgh Napier University
As a firm advocate of social media, Hazel Hall, Director of the Centre for Social Informatics at Edinburgh Napier University; Executive Secretary for the Library and Information Science Coalition; and the 2009 IWR Information Professional of the Year, reveals the relevance of social tools for information professionals. In this exhilarating and practical keynote speech, she will unveil the hidden potential of social media, including personal professional development opportunities, knowledge management applications, and alternative research sources. She will also share her views on guerilla tactics for exploiting social networks.
Join us for Internet Librarian International 2010
14 &15 October 2010
Workshops 13 October
Novotel London West, London, UK
Twitter Hashtag:  #ili2010

Get real. Stay relevant. The reality of the current economic climate means that it's imperative to provide pertinent services, utilise the most appropriate tools, and explore alternative approaches, regardless of your information environment. Even if you’re managing information outside a traditional library setting - as web designer, content evaluator, portal creator, systems professional or independent researcher - you must continue to offer services that are relevant and cost-efficient.

Internet Librarian International continues to meet that challenge head on and provides a cost-effective professional development experience that enables you to:

  • Understand and introduce technologies to increase the relevancy and efficiency of your information service

  • Learn new techniques for using and managing electronic resources

  • Raise the profile of your information service within your organisation

  • Learn from – and share your experiences with - your peers from over 30 countries globally

Conference Chairs

Marydee Ojala,
Editor, ONLINE Magazine, USA [marydee@xmission.com]

David Raitt, Editor, The Electronic Library, The Netherlands

What you said about Internet Librarian International 2009:
“Keep up the excellent international feel to the event. It was fabulous meeting people from India, Denmark, Italy... and Birmingham!”
“...I highly recommend attending”
“The keynote speakers have been excellent at each conference - keep this up!”
“Keep up with ground-breaking, innovative case studies - seeing how people have overcome barriers is always inspiring.”
 

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