2017 Technology Conference

 

2017 Tech Conf Logo - Stacked FINALNEFLIN’s 2017 Technology Conference was a fun and energizing opportunity to learn and connect.   Thanks to all who attended and participated throughout the day.  You can search #NEFLINTC2017 on social media and browse images on our Facebook page; handouts and presentations for the concurrent session topics appear below.

Keynote: Leaning Into the Future with Nicole Hennig. (What’s your tech personality? Quiz)

Concurrent Sessions:

Concurrent Session #1: 11:00 am – 11:45 am

Exploring Cost Effective Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality Options for Your Library with Sandy Avila
Hands On Coding with Dash & Dot with Lauren Wade (handout)
Helping Users Organize their Digital World with Diana Silveira

Concurrent Session #2: 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm

Getting Real with the Library with Samuel R. Putnam and Sara Russell-Gonzalez (handout)
Privacy & Security: the Fear, the Hype, and What You Can Do About It with Nicole Hennig
Wikipedia and Libraries: Strategies and Opportunities for Collaboration with Robert Fernandez
TechSpace featuring NEFLIN Member Libraries

Concurrent Session #3: 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm

2017’s Top Tech Trends in Higher Ed: The NMC’s Horizon Report Exposed with Sandy Avila
The Business of Putting the Library Website Out of Business with Michael Schofield
The State of Social Media: 2017 Update with Dawn Jensen
TechSpace featuring NEFLIN Member Libraries

Concurrent Session #4: 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm

Creating Social Content for Libraries with Dawn Jensen
Latest Games and Gadgets for Education and Innovation with Brian Pichman (handout)
Service Blueprint 101 with Michael Schofield
Summer Tech Camp in the Library: Encouraging Youth to Explore Technology with Sara Gonzalez, Melody Royster, Suzanne Stapleton, and Christine Yip (handout)

Join us again in 2019!

Special thanks to the Florida Department of State Division of Library and Information Services for their part in helping to fund this conference.

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