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Adult Services Forum 10-26-11

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Here's a Link Robert Lackie's Advocacy, Collaboration and Community keynote address:

http://vimeo.com/31236748
 

For pictures from the day, click here.

 

For a review of sessions, click here. 

 

For notes from the day, courtesy of Meagan Denigris of Ocean County Library, click here.

 

- Here are the presentation links:

 

    - Behind the Scenes w/ the Folks who Bring you Digital Books in NJ

       overdrive_consortium_stats_1025.xls  

     - Reading Bytes: Online Resources for Readers' Advisory

        NJLA_Adult_Services_Forum_Websites_ALL.docx  

     - Buried Treasure: Digitizing a Hidden library Collection

        MoralesPresentation10-26-11.pptx  

      - Librarians do That

        adult_services_forum_2011_Librarians_Do_Thatrev.doc  

      - Developing your Personal Learning Network

        http://nicolecooke.pbworks.com 

 

     Presentations for "Ways to Mobilize Your Library"

     Doug Baldwin and Cynthia Lambert - http://www.slideshare.net/baldwind1976/ways-to-mobilize-your-library

     Melissa Brisbin -  http://prezi.com/g0axjrw01vkb/qr-codes/

 

     Contact: Doug Baldwin - baldwin@cranburypubliclibrary.org

 

  

 

Here are the presentation links:

 

    - Behind the Scenes w/ the Folks who Bring you Digital Books in NJ

       overdrive_consortium_stats_1025.xls  

     - Reading Bytes: Online Resources for Readers' Advisory

        NJLA_Adult_Services_Forum_Websites_ALL.docx  

     - Buried Treasure: Digitizing a Hidden library Collection

        MoralesPresentation10-26-11.pptx  

     - Librarians Do That

        adult_services_forum_2011_Librarians_Do_Thatrev.doc  

     - Developing your Personal Learning Network

         http://nicolecooke.pbworks.com  

 

     Presentations for "Ways to Mobilize Your Library"

     Doug Baldwin and Cynthia Lambert - http://www.slideshare.net/baldwind1976/ways-to-mobilize-your-library

     Melissa Brisbin -  http://prezi.com/g0axjrw01vkb/qr-codes/

 

     Contact: Doug Baldwin - baldwin@cranburypubliclibrary.org

 

 

 

Complete listing of sessions:

 

9:00     Registration &  refreshments                        

9:30     Welcome                                                                

9:45                KEYNOTE: Advocacy, Collaboration and Community by Robert Lackie, Rider University                                        

10:35-   Program          A1___ eSummit Review and Looking into the Future of eBooks

11:20                            A2___ Behind the Scenes w/ the Folks who Bring you Digital Books in NJ

A3___ Ways to  Mobilize Your Library (w/ mobile apps)              

11:30-    Program         B1___  Librarians Do That? : a Panel Discussion

12:15                            B2___  Buried Treasure: Digitizing a Hidden Library Collection

                                    B3____ Reading Bytes: Online Resources for Readers' Advisory                

12:15 - 1:40       LUNCH, vendor presentations, the NJLA store and Digital Petting Zoo!  

1:45-      Program         C1____Developing your Personal Learning Network

2:30                              C2____Reaching Millennials and Gen Xers w/ Library Services 

                                    C3____Google+ : How Libraries can use NextGen Social Networking

2:30-3:00             BREAK

3:00-4:00     General Session: Updates from NJLA, the NJ State Library....and more.

                  Raffle Drawing: You must be present to win.

 

 

Session Details:

 

Keynote speaker is Robert Lackie, Professor-Librarian at Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ

Keynote topic is "Advocacy, Collaboration and Communication: Connecting Reference Librarians, Now and in the Near Future"

 

Session A

A1 eSummit Review and Looking into the Future of eBooks will be delivered by David Lisa, Library Development Bureau at NJ State Library

For those who missed the State Library's eSummit conference in July, David will be offering a summary covering the eBooks landscape from the legal, software, product development and library perspective with a special look at where we're headed.

 

A2 Behind the Scenes w/ the Folks Who Bring You Digital Books in NJ is a look at what the hard-working member of the consortia do to keep the books downloading.  We'll have representatives from LibraryLinkNJ, LMxAC, DigitalLibraryNJ talking about negotiating contracts, collection development, grappling with logistics and making policy and ultimately, keeping a thriving service afloat.  And remember, each consortia is different.  If you're a member or looking to get involved w/ eBooks and eAudiobooks, this panel is for you.

 

A3 Ways to Mobilize Your Library (w/ Mobile Apps) is a panel discussion offered by members of the IT section on actual, real mobile apps in use at libraries here in NJ and how they are extending service offerings and reaching a new audience 

 

Session B

B1 Librarians Do That?: a panel discussion promises to be a lively conversation about the gap between what we actually do and what people think we do as well as what we should be doing.  Join super-librarians Leslie Kahn, Dale Spindel and Karen Klapperstuck to listen and share.

 

B2 Buried Treasure of the Carribbean: Digitizing a Hidden Library Collection...yes, that's the full name that didn't fit on the flyer.  Join Rutgers MLIS student and Reference section student rep Miraida Morales in a discussion of what she did on her summer intership at the National Library of Puerto Rico and how she dealt w/ the complex questions of what to include and how to include it.

 

B3 Reading Bytes: Online Tools for Readers' Advisory is a panel discussion of the Readers' Advisory Roundtable...they'll be sharing some choice tools for online RA

 

Session C

C1 Developing Your Personal Learning Network will be offered by Nicole Cooke of Train the Trainer reknown and will cover how to stay up to date and cut through the information pile w/ some valuable resources

 

C2  Reaching Millenials and Gen Xers w/ Library Services will be offered by Allan Kleiman who will tell us what we can do to reach these important populations

 

C3 Google+ How Libraries can Use Next Gen Social Networking will be covered by John LeMasney who will tell us about this new, much-anticipated tool from Google, how it extends the capabilities of current tools like Facebook and how we can use it to improve our communications and services

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