FLA/PLAN Unconference in the Panhandle

Web 2.0 & Library 2.0 – Up Close and Personal
August 6, 2007
9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Niceville Community Center

What’s an unconference? Shorter, less expensive, and closer to home than a conference! FLA and the Panhandle Library Access Network (PLAN) invite you to join us for a day of conference-quality speakers and discussion.

Keynote by Lee Logan, Alliance Library System (Illinois), where they built the first library in Second Life. If you don’t know about Second Life, you definitely need to come!

Lunch speaker Gary Ross, vice president for technology, Thomson Gale, talking about the future of technology in libraries.

Web 2.0 guides Diana Sachs-Silveira, Tampa Bay Library Consortium, and Chad Mairn, St. Petersburg College, will lead you by the hand through all the new stuff on the Web.

Florida Electronic Library Director Mark Flynn will talk about the future of FEL.

Meet and greet by library type to discuss Web 2.0/Library 2.0 in Panhandle libraries.

So you want to be a librarian? Learn how to do it in the FSU distance learning program. Dr. Christy Koontz, Florida State University College of Information.

Please register online at www.plan.lib.fl.us. FLA will then send you an invoice payable by check, credit card or purchase order.

FEE (includes AM and PM breaks and lunch)
$35 for FLA members and employees of PLAN member libraries
$45 for non-members

Contact Alicia Hedgecock (ahedgecock@plan.lib.fl.us) or Ruth O’Donnell (flaexecutivedirector@comcast.net).

FLA/PLAN Unconference in the Panhandle

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