Category Archives: 2006

Participatory Networks at Midwinter

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The final version of the Participatory Network Technology Brief (http://iis.syr.edu/projects/PNOpen/) developed for the ALA’s Office for Information Technology Policy will be releassed at ALA Midwinter. The full brief will be available via the web. Many, many thanks to those who took the time to comment on the first public draft. There was an active period…

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Massive Scale Librarianship

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“Massive Scale Librarianship” Plenary Presentation, Charleston Conference, Charleston, SC. Thursday, November 9th, 2006 Abstract: There are two types of discontinuities faced by a field: those you expect, and those that you don’t. The Internet was an unexpected event in librarianship. Few could look at the early days of telnet, gopher, and even the web and…

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“Massive Scale Librarianship” Plenary Presentation, Charleston Conference, Charleston, SC.

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Slides available at: /rdlankes/Presentations/2006/Charleston.pdf You can also download and listen to an audio recording of the presentation here (or through my Podcast): /rdlankes/pod/Charleston.mp3 There are two types of discontinuities faced by a field: those you expect, and those that you don’t. The Internet was an unexpected event in librarianship. Few could look at the early…

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The Social Internet: A New Community Role for Libraries?

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“The Social Internet: A New Community Role for Libraries?” Lecture, Pratt Institute SILS, New York, NY Tuesday, September 19th, 2006 Abstract: Flickr, MySpace, Facebook, Blogger these web services have begun to redefine how communities form and work on the web. What lessons can libraries learn from these services to improve their own websites? How can…

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“The Social Internet: A New Community Role for Libraries?” Lecture, Pratt Institute SILS, New York, NY

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Slides available at: /rdlankes/Presentations/2006/PrattSocial.pdf Flickr, MySpace, Facebook, Blogger these web services have begun to redefine how communities form and work on the web. What lessons can libraries learn from these services to improve their own websites? How can libraries extend their efforts to provide community gathering places to the web? This presentation will discuss how…

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Reference Authoring

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“Reference Authoring” Presentation to the Information School, Seattle, WA. Thursday, May 11th, 2006 Slides: https://davidlankes.org/rdlankes/Presentations/2006/iSchool.pdf

The Future is Here: The New World for Integrated Environmental Data Systems

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“The Future is Here: The New World for Integrated Environmental Data Systems” Environmental Geospatial Information for Transportation: An Exchange for the Mid-Atlantic Region, Washington, DC Slides: https://davidlankes.org/rdlankes/Presentations/2006/trb.pdf Audio: https://davidlankes.org/rdlankes/pod/TRB.mp3