Tuesday, May 02, 2006

How Do You Keep Up, Part 2

Last week, I gave a presentation called "Getting to the On Ramp" at the Ohio Library Council's Technical Services Retreat. The talk focused on how librarians, especially those in small libraries and remote areas, could stay connected with what's happening in the library world and beyond. I posted about this, and asked for advice on how you keep up. I got some great suggestions, and I want to thank Judith Siess, Steve Bell, and Genevieve Foskett for their most valuable input.

The talk was pretty well received, and if you'd like a copy of the PowerPoint slides and/or my one page handout, drop me a line at needhamg@oclc.org, or in the comments below.


stevenb said...

George: Thanks for the link to the keep up site in your post today. I hope you mentioned it in your presentation and that the attendees will find it of value.

I would be interested in your slides, as I'd be open to learning what you shared - and perhaps there's something new in there I can discover.
S. Bell

Chrystie said...

yes, please send to me, thanks!