Computers in Libraries 2007 Slides

Infotoday now has the Presentations from Computers in Libraries 2007 on their website. So if you are interested you can check out the presentations from pretty much all the sessions at CIL, including the slides (with my speaker notes) and references from my paper “Libraries building community and Library 2.o initiatives in Australia”.

I am amazed and honoured to see that my paper was blogged about by Connie Crosby (great gal who I had a lot of fun spending time with) and my interactions, both at CIL and at other times have been blogged about all over the biblioblogosphere.

Which leaves me with my final dilemma for which I need your help. I actually wrote the full text of the paper on which the slides and final presentation were based. I would like to also make that available for anyone who is interested, along with anything of relevance I can dig up from my past or produce in future. Do I put them on a specially created page on my husband’s business’s website, do I create a wiki for my professional dealings and put them there? This is all very new to me and I’m not sure which way to go with it. Any thoughts, suggestions, etc on how I can resolve this issue would be greatly appreciated.

3 comments

    • Peta Hopkins on May 13, 2007 at 5:10 am

    ALIA has a repository for this kind of paper.
    http://e-prints.alia.org.au/

    • Michelle McLean on May 18, 2007 at 7:53 am

    Thanks Peta,

    Appreciate the help.

    • Michelle McLean on May 21, 2007 at 9:24 am

    Thanks Denise, both for your recommendation (I’ll check it out) and your encouragement, they are both appreciated.

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