Saturday, November 15, 2008

Which sessions did we live blog?

Here's a list of the sessions that were live blogged during the LIANZA Conference.

Monday

8.01 Professor Mason Durie “Global colonisation, the Kiwi tradition, and the public good”

8.56 3M awards presentations - University of Auckland "CareerSearch"; Massey University connecting with our students"

1.27 “Open Access to publicly-funded or ratepayer-funded information: raising the issues, considering some solutions such as Creative Commons”


3.02 Mark McCrindle “Changing Times, Emerging Trends- Understanding Today's Learners”


Tuesday


7.55 Professor Lawrence Lessig “Keeping the outside out”


Wednesday


8.04 Professor Marilyn Waring “My idea of research heaven”

9.05 Penny Carnaby “Poropitia Outside the Box – a personal view”

1.18 Dylan Horrocks “Stealing, sharing or borrowing? Art, literature and piracy in the online age.”


Deborah

Monday
10:18 “Collaborating to implement social software solutions for university libraries”
12.29 “Digitisation and Mātauranga Māori”

Tuesday
11:36 Live-blog the showing of a video of Stephen Abram's visit to SLIS in Wellington earlier this year
1.22 “Homework on wheels: how out there is this?”
3.00 “The unconference: a new model for better professional communication”

Wednesday
11.33 “Aotearoa People's Network Presentation and Panel Discussion”
12.34 “Far from common - innovative approaches to designing information rich learning and research spaces.”


Kathryn

Monday
10:20 “Collaborating to implement social software solutions for university libraries”
11.05 Dylan Horrocks “Comics and graphic novels in libraries.“

Tuesday
1.30 Mark McCrindle “Engaging with the Emerging Generation: Strategies & Skills”

Wednesday
12.36 After Librarianship (tech problems)

Kris

Monday
10.20 “Beyond Print: a panel discussion on public library service for print-disabled people"
12.38 Dylan Horrocks “Comics and graphic novels in libraries.“
1.22 “Open Access to publicly-funded or ratepayer-funded information: raising the issues, considering some solutions such as Creative Commons”

Tuesday
1.22 “The Great Hydrographic Survey of New Zealand and its completion between 1851-1856”
1.50 “1908 City of Auckland map: 100 years on.”
2.16 “The new wave of discovery: Google Earth takes you there”
3.01 “The unconference: a new model for better professional communication”

Wednesday
10.18 “Library on location :taking library services outside the library walls”
11.37 “Aotearoa People's Network Presentation and Panel Discussion”
12.33 “The Challenges of Digital Preservation”

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