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E-Info Global Symposium 2007

One thing I’m really bummed about missing at UAH once I leave is this December’s second annual E-Info Global Symposium. Last year we had great feedback from everyone who attended.

This year Stephen Abram has generously agreed to be program chair. (His welcome is here) He and Jane Dysart have pulled together an amazing list of speakers. And not to sound too much like an ad, but registration is just the low low price of $99! (Keeping it affordable to attend has always been one of our main goals) We’re currently working out arrangements for free registration for current MLS students and librarians from NAAL member institutions.

The conference will be December 6th and 7th, 2007. The most up to date info on speakers is on the symposium blog. So far topics like Transformation Leadership, Five Weeks to a Social Library, Social Tools on a Shoe String, Gaming in Academic Libraries, and other cool stuff are filling up the docket.

Here’s the official Symposium site: link