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Thursday, October 17 • 11:00am - 11:50am
TNT’s Library Tech Resource Networking Meetup

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The purpose of this session is for attendees to connect with fellow librarians and leave with knowledge about TNT’s Library Tech Resource List. This list provides a tech support network that everyone can use for tech advice and guidance. The session is open to everyone, but specifically to Early Career librarians and Students who want to learn from librarians who manage technology day-to-day in their libraries. This session is also an opportunity to learn more about TNT’s Library Tech Resource List. We invite both “tech learner” and “tech expert” librarians to attend in order to network and learn more about the project.
 
The format for this session is new, so it will be setup in “conversation stations” where “tech experts” who are included in the Library Tech Resource List will be available (at tech issue tables) and attendees can to rotate among them and meet face-to-face. This format is similar to the “Speed Interviewing” sessions that offered at previous conferences, just more focused and less about “speed”. The hope is that both “tech experts” and “tech learners” will leave with new contacts to reach out to as the need arises.

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Julie Raynor

Readers' Services Supervisor, High Point Public Library
I'm a public librarian with over 20 years of public library supervisory experience. I've worked in many different roles including YA programming, Business Reference, Nonprint collection development, and currently digital collections management (including selection, marketing, and... Read More →

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Thursday October 17, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
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