MLibrary 2.0 this Friday

I’ll be giving a short talk on 2.0 topics at the University of Michigan’s MLibrary 2.0 kickoff event tomorrow. Admission is free but the registration process is onerous. If you’re in the area, please persevere and come hear me and Peter “ambient findability” Morville and Kristen “NCSU digtal library” Antelman talk about techie library topics. Update: I had bad information about who was and wasn’t invited to this event. My apologies.

3 Responses to “MLibrary 2.0 this Friday”

  1. Kat Hagedorn Says:

    We’re so glad you’re coming! Just to clarify, the goal for the MLibrary2.0 event was to educate our own staff, as well as some neighboring libraries and library schools we thought would benefit. Consequently, our registration process is limited to University of Michigan folks only, even though this not our first choice.

  2. Dave Carter Says:

    We’re looking forward to hearing you and the other presenters!

    Sorry to say that registration for the event is full.

    BUT…

    If any librarians in the Ann Arbor area would like to attend but haven’t yet registered, we can probably squeeze in a few more people. Please email me at superman@umich.edu by 5pm today (June 7) and I’ll see if we can accommodate you.

  3. Dave Carter Says:

    Oops, scratch my last comment–looks like we’re *full* full for the event, and won’t be able to fit anyone else in. :(

    Sorry for any confusion!