Library Technology Conference 2011

March 16-17, 2011
Macalester College, St. Paul, MN

The Library Technology Conference provides a mix of sessions highlighting many of the technologies affecting how users interact with libraries and how libraries are using technology to create new and better ways to manage resources. Sessions are geared toward all types of libraries, they include a wide range of topics and they are aimed at staff of varying skill levels. Anyone that is interested in the changing technologies that are affecting libraries should plan to attend.

Thanks for attending!

Registered participants at this year's conference included more than 460 attendees from 26 states and Canadian provinces. Here's a list of registered attendees.

Session materials now available online.

We have ask each presenter to submit their presentations, handouts and other materials from their session at LibTech2011. Many have already been submitted and can now be found online. Simply follow the link for the session on the program overview page to see session details. Others will be added over the next several days as they are submitted.

Keynote Presentations:

Siva Vaidhyanathan

Siva is professor of Media Studies and Law at the University of Virginia and is a cultural historian and media scholar. He's the author of many books and articles and a frequent contributor on media and cultural issues in various periodicals including The Chronicle of Higher Education, New York Times Magazine, The Nation, and His most recent book, The Googlization of Everything (and Why We Should Worry), was released in early 2011 by the University of California Press.

Sarah Washburn

Sarah is Program Manager at TechSoup for Libraries, a project devoted to making technology and technology education available and affordable to nonprofits and libraries all over the world. Sarah's professional background includes experience in software development, interaction design, usability, technical publications, community development, and over a decade of designing, promoting, and advocating for library projects and programs. Sarah leads TechSoup for Libraries' efforts to promote sustainable best practices supporting public access computing in America's public libraries.

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Browse the contents of Library Technology Conference 2011:

Sponsorship Information
Concurrent Sessions
Program Overview
Information for Presenters
Steering Committee