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# RT @IanMulvany: #solo10 some pics and links to presentations from the session I hosted.
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# My slides from Connecting Scientific Resources at Science Online London 2010 available at http://t.co/3vrgEc1 #solo10 #li @IanMulvany @rjw
My portion of the presentation begins on slide 25
“His presentation on scholarly identity 2.0 reminds me that academic libraries’ strategic planning should include a line item about assisting faculty with managing their digital reputation and identity (even promoting it).”
Cornelius Puschmann’s Blog “…after which I went on a long but practically-oriented rant on scholarly communication in the digital age. “
The videos of the Belgrade lectures are now loaded on the University of Belgrade Library’s YouTube channel.
The second day’s presentation was the more interesting topic and a better presentation overall, so I am going to highlight it first. A written overview of the highlights, key diagrams, and slides is here and the playlist for the second lecture is embedded below:
The first day’s presentation was titled From Academic Library 2.0 to (Literature) Research 2.0. A written overview of the highlights, key diagrams, and slides is located here and the playlist is embedded below:
I look forward to any feedback you might have on either presentation.