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Thursday, 30th September 2010

Tweets and Reports from the "Libraries at the Tipping Point" Online Conference By Sue Polanka and the Librarian in Black

Sue Polanka, Founder/Editor of No Shelf Required and the author of a new "must read" book with the same name was tweeting throughout the event. You can access them at @spolanka. I

For even more run a search for the hashtag #ebooksummit.

The Librarian in Black (aka Sarah) has posted detailed reports about what discussed during several panels. You'll find all of them in this LiB post.

All Presentation Summaries Can Be Accessed On the Librarian in Black Weblog

"How eBooks Impact Libraries, Publishers & Readers" Panel

Speakers:

+ Eli Neiberger, Associate Director for IT and Production, Ann Arbor District Library

+ Steve Potash, President and CEO of Overdrive

+ Barbara Fister, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN

"Ebook What-Ifs: Issues that Impact Scenario Planning" Panel

Speakers:

+ San Houghton-Jan, San Jose Public Library, Digital Futures Manager for the San Jose Public Library

+ Matt Hamilton, IT Manager for the Anythink Library System in Colorado

+ Bobbi Newman, Consultant and Writer at librarianbyday.net.

"eBooks and the Library User Experience" Panel

+ Josh Greenburg

+ Jean Costello

+ Aaron Schmidt

+ Michael Bills

eBooks: Libraries at the Tipping Point Online Conference: Kevin Kelly (Wired CEO) Keynote Address

eBooks: Libraries at the Tipping Point Online Conference: R. David Lankes Closing Keynote

eBooks: Libraries at the Tipping Point Online Conference: Ray Kurzweil Keynote

All of the Detailed Summaries Can Be Accessed On the Librarian in Black Weblog

Thanks to Sue and Sarah.

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