Category Archives: 2009

Change Management

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“Change Management” Connecticut Library Association Leadership Institute, Hartford, Ct. Slides: https://davidlankes.org/rdlankes/Presentations/2009/CTChange.pdf Audio: https://davidlankes.org/rdlankes/pod/2009/CtChange.mp3 Screencast:

Conversants

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“Conversants” Virtual Conference Presentation, ALA Annual Conference 2009, Chicago, IL. Abstract: The following presentation is a crossover between the Conversatns Converation/Confernece and the ALA Annual Conference. Slides: https://davidlankes.org/rdlankes/Presentations/2009/ConversantsALAVirtual.pdf Audio: https://davidlankes.org/rdlankes/pod/2009/VirtualALA.mp3 Transcript: https://davidlankes.org/rdlankes/Presentations/2009/ConvTrns.html Screencast:

A Sparrow with a Machine Gun

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“A Sparrow with a Machine Gun” Lankes, R. David (Spring 2009). netConnect: Data in Context supplement to Library Journal. http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6650838.html

Conversants Conference/Conversation Keynote

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Here is the Keynote I did for the Conversants Conference/Conversation back in April. It is the same one that has been available through the Ning site, I’m just posting it here since that site is now wrapping up. They Named the Building After Us: The Library as Conversation from R. David Lankes on Vimeo.

They Named the Building after Us: The Library as Conversation

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With the online Conversants Conference/Conversation wrapping up, I wanted to make the materials for the keynote generally available. Thanks to all who helped out and participated. “They Named the Building after Us: The Library as Conversation” Keynote Conversants Conference/Conversation. Abstract: The mission of librarians is to improve society through facilitating knowledge creation in their communities.…

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The Death of the Document

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“The Death of the Document” Program for Cooperative Cataloging, American Library Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL. Abstract: When a book becomes an ebook it looses more than simply its physical binding – it looses hard boundaries that separate the content of the book from its use. Online journals are not simply pictures of a traditional…

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