Date : Mar 13, 2007
Start Time : 12 p.m. Eastern
Length : 01:00:00
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Jenny Levine ?Internet Development Specialist and Strategy Guide, American Library Association
Jenny Levine is the Internet Development Specialist and Strategy Guide at the American Library Association, where she splits her time between the Information Technology and Publishing departments. As part of her job, she blogs, creates wikis, bugs her colleagues to instant message, tests podcasting and vodcasting, teaches RSS, posts pictures on Flickr, explores Second Life, and does similar work with emerging technologies and tools in general. She is currently organizing the 2007 ALA TechSource Gaming, Learning, and Libraries Symposium which will take place on July 22-24, 2007, in Chicago, IL. Last year, Jenny had the pleasure of traveling around the United States and Europe to give more than 30 presentations. She is also the author of The Shifted Librarian blog (http://theshiftedlibrarian.com/ > ), a site that helps librarians understand the coming impact of ubiquitous, always-on internet (and hence ubiquitous, always-on information) on our profession. She wrote the September/October 2006 issue of "Library Technology Reports," titled "Gaming in Libraries: Intersection of Services" and is an avid proponent of gaming services in libraries."
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