We invite you to our lovely Yunnan Garden campus for a few days of stimulating discussion on how academic libraries can successfully engage users in a multifaceted and rapidly changing information environment.
The keynote speakers (from left to right) , Dr Susan Gibbons , Mr Joe Murphy and Prof Rakesh K. Kumar, will touch on the following themes – (1) User-centred libraries, (2) Technology & innovations in libraries and (3) Changes in learning, research and information needs and behavior of users.
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There are many ways for you to participate online –
Catch the Livestreaming of the three keynotes and social media forum. Promote these links to your colleagues who are unable to attend the conference so that they can watch these presentations from home.
Share your views by posting a blog comment on the papers and posters presented or by tweeting. Your tweets will be displayed in the blog too.
a) Follow us @iatul2012 or go to https://twitter.com/#!/iatul2012
b) Tweet with a hashtag #iatul2012
c) Tweet to a specific paper e.g. tweet to #K111 to give feedback or discuss the paper “(K111) Libraries, technocentricity and learning … ”
a) Like us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/#!/iatul2012) to receive updates.
b) Share your photos on our Events page and tag your photos.
c) Check out the conference photos on our Facebook which will be updated everyday! Feel free to comment on photos posted on our Facebook.
Check out the Google Map to see where all the participants are coming from.
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