Interested in learning about how people engage with technology, get information, and collaborate?
Want to develop new ways to engage with users and potential users of your services?
Trying to determine how to transition linked data into development and how to tag content using existing vocabularies?
Then you’ll want to attend the ASIS&T – Association for Information Science & Technology – Regional meeting at OCLC on Tuesday, August 9th.
This is a great opportunity for you to meet new and former colleagues, to learn some new ways of providing services, and to visit the newly renovated OCLC Kilgour Building.
- Lynn Silipigni Connaway – OCLC
- Ixchel M. Faniel – OCLC
- Rebecca Bryant, Ph.D. – OCLC
- Carol Jean Godby – OCLC
- Jeff Mixter – OCLC
- William Harvey – OCLC
- Joseph Busch – Taxonomy Strategies
Registration rates (as low as $35 for students) for this 1 day event, including lunch, can be found at: https://www.asist.org/product/
Want to chat with one of the organizers? Feel free to contact VanessaFoss, at email@example.com.