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Ellyssa Kroski

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Hi there!  I'm Ellyssa Kroski, a Reference Librarian at Columbia University, an information consultant, writer, speaker, and LIS instructor.  I blog at InfoTangle and iLibrarian.  Here's my website for more info: http://www.ellyssakroski.com. Can't wait to see everyone there!

 

 

Shelling on Sanibel Island, Fl

 

 

 

My Talks at Computers in Libraries 2008

 

On Monday, April 7th, Steven Cohen and I will be moderating Track E:

Track E – Beyond Libraries: Industries Using Hot Tech

How are today’s cutting-edge web technologies being used by industries other than libraries? Hear about current and future web strategies from industry leaders in fields ranging from newspaper publishing to politics. How are top brands engaging their users by embracing emerging trends in web development and mobile technologies? Come and learn how libraries can build on the knowledge of these experienced web professionals.

 

Session E105 – Industry Learnings & Libraries - Monday 4:15 - 5:00 pm

Ellyssa Kroski, Reference Librarian, Columbia University

Steven M. Cohen, Senior Librarian & Editor, LibraryStuff.Net, Law Library Management Inc.

Track moderators lead an interactive discussion of highlights from the day’s industry speakers, what tools and techniques might be used in our libraries, and spark some innovating thinking for the future.

 

Session B202 – Drupal & Libraries - Tuesday 11:30 am - 12:15 pm

Ellyssa Kroski, Reference Librarian, Columbia University

Drupal, a free, open source content management system, can be utilized to create substantial social networking websites. It offers a flexible modular configuration that allows website community creators to pick and choose functionality ranging from blogs, social bookmarking tools, private messaging, tagging, chat, groups, and events calendars. This session discusses how libraries and librarians are utilizing this increasingly popular new technology to create community-based websites.

 

My Schedule

 

I will be arriving on Sunday, April 6th and staying until Wednesday April 9th.  I will post more details as we get closer to the conference.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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