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Fall Conference 2010

Conference Specifics
     DATE:  Tuesday,  October 19, 2010
     PLACE:   St. Olaf College,  Northfield,  MN
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         Conference Fee:  $25 for Members  $30 for non-members. 

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 All rooms are in the Bontrock Commons
  8:30 -   9:00

Registration & Refreshments

Viking Theater Lobby

  9:00 -   9:20

Welcome &  What's new in III 

Viking Theater

  9:20 - 10:00

Keynote 1:  SkyRiver

Viking Theater

10:15 - 11:15

 Breakout Session 1


11:30 - 12:15


Sun Ballroom

12:15 -   1:15

Keynote 2 : Wendy Pradt Lougee

Sun Ballroom

  1:30 - 2:20

 Breakout Session 2


  2:30 - 3:20

 Breakout Session 3




Tentative Breakout Session Overview  
   10:15 - 11:15

Bunt 142

 Mark Ehlert  Resource Description &  Access (RDA) and the Local Catalog  (more)

Bunt 144

 Leanne Suchy  Statewide Web 2.0 Training: Why, How, and the Success of 23 Things on a Stick  (more)

Viking Theater

Pete Zeimet Encore Discovery including Synergy: Detailed Overview (more)  (repeated in session 3)
    1:30 - 2:20

 Bunt 144

 Sam Demas  Cooperating to document local history in "(y)our town": Northfield History Collaborative (more)

Viking Theater

 Ben Durrant  Feeling Dapper with CLIC information (more)

Bunt 142

 Natalie Wall  Circulation, Reserves & Booking Forum (more)
   2:30 - 3:20

Viking Theater

 Pete Zeimet   Encore Discovery including Synergy: Detailed Overview  (Repeat of am session)

Bunt 142

 Emily Asch   Create Lists Forum (more)

Bunt 144

 Kathy Setter   Spine Label Printing with Print Templates (more)

Keynote Speakers

Leslie is the president of SkyRiver
After being associated with library technical services for the last 30+ years,  In 2009, she was invited to lead SkyRiver through its infancy to full production mode.  She will discuss SkyRiver in its function as a full service bibliographic utility that provides comprehensive services at a very affordable price.   SkyRiver’s services streamline and simplify the cataloging process, freeing valuable cataloger time.
Wendy Pradt Lougee
Wendy is a University of Minnesota Librarian and will be speaking on the University of MN's Google Books Project and the challenges and benefits of such a venture.
Pete Zeimat
With a  background in librarianship and information research, Pete brings a wealth of experience to his current job as sales consultant to existing Innovative customers in the upper Midwest territory.   He has been with Innovative since 2007.