Friday, March 14, 2008

Giving plenary at Next Gen Library Interfaces Conference

I am in Denver today, giving the afternoon plenary at today's Next Gen Library Interface Conference, put on by the Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries. I'd like to thank George Machovec, associate director of "the Alliance", for inviting me down. The meeting is a mix of vendor presentations with two plenaries:

  • Morning Keynote: Marshall Breeding, Director for Innovative Technologies and Research, Vanderbilt University Library
  • Vendor presentation: Encore (III)
  • break
  • Vendor presentation: AquaBrowser
  • Vendor presentation: Primo (Ex Libris)
  • lunch
  • Afternoon Keynote: Glen Newton, Researcher, Information Science, NRC-CISTI, National Research Council Canada: Open source tools and case study.
  • break
  • Vendor presentation: WorldCat Local (OCLC)
  • Vendor presentation: Indigo (TLC)
Here is my presentation. PowerPoint created in Open Office.

Related post (Marshal Breeding): 2008 Feb 23: Openness in the library (technology)

Update March 28: Link to Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries entry for meeting.

2 comments:

Daniel Lemire said...

Wow. Looks interesting.

Anonymous said...

Yes, I was there, thanks Glen! Would like to forward on your presentation to someone, if/when you get a chance to post it - didn't find it today (26 March)