OLA 2011 Superconference: Strategic, Shopping & Services

OLA 2011 Superconference: Strategic, Shopping & Services

Woot! We have a wonderfully busy week ahead at OLA’s SUPERconference (and a super time it is, for everyone!). We are co-sponsoring the Poster Sessions with dmA Planning & Management Services, highlighting our new strategic alliance with dmA & planning thought-leader Jim Morgenstern. Woot!

We’ll be tweeting @ #SC2011.

Check out the Poster Sessions Thursday, February 3, 2011 and Friday, February 4, 2011, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Each day a set of 16 displays will be set up for viewing for the full 2 hours. Individual presenters will be given a 45-minute presentation time within the 2-hour period.

We are also talking….and talking….and I don’t just mean talking in that restaurant at the Intercontinental (although we WILL be talking & laughing in there too!), but at sessions. These sessions!

Thursday February 3 @ 9:05 a.m. Visioning: More Than Words or Plaques! Stay tuned for those slides.

Later that same day…..@ 3:45 p.m. Thinking Strategically & Critically: Seeing Possibilities. Here’s the slides, but do come & test your critical thinking approaches.

Friday February 4 @ 2:10 p.m. Innovative Approaches in Library Service Delivery. We’ll present with Deane Zeeman of Library & Archives Canada about research regarding innovative information services underway in corporate & government organizations.

And, later THAT day @ 3:45, Jane will present Change Management: A View with Our Colleagues with Ryerson University Library as well as John Pullinger, the UK’s House of Commons Librarian. Stay tuned for those slides too.

I’ll be across the hall with Moe Hosseini-Ara, Director Service Excellence at Markham Public Library exploring Secret Shopping: Lessons for Library Services – also at 3:45 p.m.

Look forward to seeing many friends at the conference & to hearing many insightful presentations!

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