Back from ODCE

I got back from the Ohio Digital Commons for Education conference yesterday. It was a great conference that was attended by a mix of librarians, faculty, and instructional designers. I learned quite a bit, and I plan to write about some of the presentations in future posts. I’d like to thank everyone who attended my two sessions at the conference. You all had great questions, and I learned quite a bit talking to you. I also had several great conversations in the conference halls, and I appreciated the opportunity to share with a number of folks from a variety of backgrounds. The slides for my presentations are below, and please let me know if you have any questions.

Ohio Digital Commons for Education (ODCE). “Using Blogs and Wikis to Promote Information Literacy and Library Resources.” March 6, 2006. (PowerPoint slides).

Ohio Digital Commons for Education (ODCE). “IM A Librarian: Instant Messaging Reference in an Academic Library.” March 6, 2006. (PowerPoint slides).

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