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Eloisa Borah - Trick or Treat

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We have a TREAT for you … and we will even share our TRICK
I am Eloisa Gomez Borah from the Rosenfeld Library at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.  My software-development partner, Tim Carlson, and I are the presenters for this IL2007 session:
Wednesday, October 31st, 2:45 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
That’s on Halloween!  Not so great, because it is so late in the conference, that we know some of you will be gone to catch a flight home.    So, we came up with this plan to meet as many of you as we can, earlier in the conference.  
  Find us anywhere anytime at the conference and greet us with “trick or treat” and we will give you a TREAT (ample supply, but limited nonetheless).  If you like, you can then ask us about our TRICK, how we turned a successful library application, eLibrarian 2.0, into a successful roll-out (ASKME Manager) in multiple non-library settings. 
Here's a sneak preview:  ASKME Manager
Between Tim and I, we have attended at least five Internet Librarian conferences in the past.  We are first time presenters at IL this year, but you may have caught our related presentations in the past at conferences such as: Syllabus/Campus Technology, LOEX, VRD, and ACRL.
I'd like to share this landing-spaceship view of the UCLA Anderson School Complex -- that's the landing-helicopter view, to you non-SciFi folks.  The Rosenfeld Library is the south-most building, with the gun-sight on the roof.


 Looking forward to seeing you at IL2007!


- Eloisa (at) library (dot) ucla (dot) edu



My Schedule


Sunday, October 28


Time Session Location
3:00 arrive Monterey  
5:30 What's Happening in IL Space? Monterey Public Library
7:00   Dinner  


Monday, October 29


Time Session Location
7:00 Breakfast  
9:00 Keynote: 2.0 & the Internet World - Rainie San Carlos Ballroom - Marriot
10:15 C101: Planning & Implementing Library 2.0 Steinbeck Forum 
11:15  A102: What's New with Search?  San Carlos Ballroom - Marriot
12:00 Lunch  
1:15 A103: Mobile Search San Carlos Ballroom - Marriot 
2:15 C104: Inspiration for Your Library Redesign   Steinbeck Forum
3:15 A105: Federated Searching Feedback  San Carlos Ballroom 
4:15 D106: User-Generated Content  De Anza III
5:00 Exhinit Hall Grand Opening Reception  Exhibit Hall
6:30 Dinner  
4:15  Here Today...Here to Stay? The Future of Blogs Bonsai Ballroom


Tuesday, October 30


Time Session Location
7:00 Breakfast  
8:45 Keynote: Reference 2.0 - Janes San Carlos Ballroom - Marriot
10:30 C201: Organization 2.0 De Anza III 
11:30 B202: Next-Gen Corporate Library Web Site Steinbeck Forum
12:15 Lunch  
1:30 B203: I'm a Web 2.0, Are You?  Steinbeck Forum
2:30 Break Exhibit Hall
3:15 C204 Librarians as Knowledge Managers De Anza III 
4:15 B205: Developing A Taxonomy Steinbeck Forum
5:00 Speaker Reception  
6:00 Dinner  
7:30 Gadgets, Gadgets & Gaming! 

De Anza I & II - Portola Plaza

4:00 Gary's Latest Web Research Update Bonsai Ballroom


Wednesday, October 31


Time Session Location
7:00 Breakfast  
9:00 Keynote: Future of Search - Sullivan San Carlos Ballroom 
10:30 C301: Trends in Mobile Tools De Anza III
11:30 A302: Search Engine Strategies  San Carlos Ballroom 
12:15 Lunch - Reception Exhinit Hall
1:45 B303: Folksonomics and Tagging: Libraries & the Hive Mind  Steinbeck Forum 
2:45 C304: Living Larger, Taking Your Killer App Beyond Libraries De Anza III - Portola Plaza
3:45 Closing Keynote: Gaming, Learning & the Information World Steinbeck Forum
5:00 Dinner  


Thursday, November 1


Check out, then to SF to catch flight home.


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