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Jenica Rogers-Urbanek

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Hi! My name is Jenica Rogers-Urbanek. I write the blog Attempting Elegance, and am the Collection Development Coordinator and Technical Services Team Leader for the College Libraries at the State University of New York in Potsdam.


I've been a regular Computers in Libraries conference-goer for years, and this year I'm thrilled to be presenting as part of the Academic Libraries 2.0 Preconference.


I'm hoping to share some of what I've learned, hear some interesting presentations, connect with old friends, make some new ones, pester the vendors, and try to find the Perfect Storm technology application that will make my library's services better, make my colleagues happier, and make our students think we're cool and relevant to their academic work and lives.


No challenge, there.



Saturday, April 5

Arrive Dulles, lunch with old friends in Falls Church.

Dinner -- w/Academic Library 2.0 folks


Sunday, April 6

9-4:30, Teaching as part of Academic Library 2.0 preconference

Dinner -- ??


Monday, April 7


Time   First Choice Speaker   Second Choice Speaker
900-945   Opening Keynote Lee Rainie, Pew / American Life   
945-1030   Break -- ??
1030-1115 B101 Web 2.0 Services for underfunded libraries Sarah Houghton-Jan      
1130-1215 B102 Library Web Presence: Engaging the Audience Penn State / Temple University      
1215-130   Lunch -- ??
130-230 C103 The Global Librarian: Online Social Networks Steve Lawson, Josh Neff, Rikhei Harris      
230-315   Break -- ??
315-400 C104 Learning Commons: The "in" in CiL

Tom Ipri

415-500 B105 What do users really do in their native habitat? Pascal Lupien, John Law      


600-   Dinner -- ??, Beer @ Brickskellar in DuPont



Tuesday, April 8


Time   First Choice Speaker   Second Choice Speaker
900-945   Keynote Delft Public Library
945-1030   Break   -- ??
1030-1115 A201 Next Gen Library interfaces Marshall Breeding      
1130-1215   Vendors        
1215-130   Lunch -- ??
130-230 A203 From WoePac to WowPac Karen Schneider, Kate Sheehan, Cindi Trainor, Roy Tennant, John Blyberg      
230-315 A204 Same         
315-400   Break -- ??
415-500 C205 Pecha Kucha  Amanda Etches-Johnson, Greg Schwartz, Meredith Farkas, David Free, Aaron Schmidt, Greg Notess      
500-   Dinner --??



Wednesday, April 9


Time   First Choice Speaker   Second Choice Speaker
900-945   Keynote Liz Lawley
945-1030   Break -- ??
1030-1115 B301 Learning from Video Games Chad Boeninger      
1130-1215 E302 Innovative Marketing using 2.0 tools Helene Blowers and Michael Porter D302 Staff Tech Training Sarah Houghton-Jan, Maurice Coleman, Annette Gaskins
1215-145   Lunch -- ??
145-230 E303  Giving your marketing and advocacy a second life Nancy Dowd and Paula Vitakis      
245-330 E304 Online Outreach Libraries: Successful Digital Marketing Sarah Houghton-Jan      
345-430 E305 Talking 2.0 to Faculty Sarah Cohen      
430   To Georgetown for a few days with not-librarian friends


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