My NDLA talks, from Fargo

I’m sitting in the back of the NDLA business meeting as this conference wraps up. What fun! It was the North Dakota Library Association’s 100th year. They had Michael Gorman and Loriene Roy, both of whom gave really interesting speeches which I listened to while eating some truly tasty food. I’ll give a little wrap-up later, but for now, here’s links to my two talks.

The Information Poor & the Information Don’t Care: The Digital Divide and Rural Libraries
Evaluating New Technologies for Libraries – High Tech on a Shoestring

how it should work: do’s and don’ts for conference organizers

Rachel started with a good list and people added more in the comments. Are you planning a conference, workshop or program? Here are some tips to help you with the difficult job of speaker-wrangling. Has anyone made a list of tips for speakers yet? I’m on my way to North Dakota today to give a few talks at the North Dakota Library Association annual conference in Fargo. Please stop me and say hello if you see me.