Day 4 of the conference started with another great keynote: a panel of two high school students and one college student talking about how they view technology, education, and their own research habits. Some of my favorite sessions happened on the last day. I loved some of the comments that the teen panel made, particularly when the guy from high school said that in the future technology will make our leaves easier [and better], but ONLY if we use it in the right way. I got to attend my first Pecha Kucha session, too, which was neat (20 slides per presenter, 6 minutes and 40 seconds to present).
- Keynote: Growing and Grown-Up Digital: Net-Gen Speaks
Facilitated by Stephen Abram, SirsiDynix
- Mashups for Library Data
Nicole Engard, Director of Open Source Solutions, ByWater Solutions
- Technology: The Engine Driving Pop Culture-Savvy Libraries or Source of Overload?
Elizabeth Burns, Pop Goes the Library ; Sarah Houghton-Jan, LibrarianInBlack.net
- Pecha Kucha: Innovative Practices
Amy Affelt, Nicole Hennig, Steve Harris, Matt Hamilton
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Full session notes available after the cut.
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