It’s been a long, long while since I’ve been to an ALA conference. I’m dipping my toe back in by going to ALA Midwinter in San Diego.
Thing is — I don’t have any obligations there. I’m not on a single committee. So, since I have free time: what should I do at Midwinter? What what I be sure to see/attend/crash? Who do I need to see for reconnections (or new ones)?
Yesterday, at the joint CLA/CSLA conference in Sacramento, I gave a very, very early presentation on privacy and social media.
Way, way too early. Trust me.
I’m making the slides available as a PDF for now – hope to put up an HTML version once I get home. And I may add and take away some info to make it a short but useful guide on how to evaluate and navigate social media with an eye towards intellectual freedom issues.
Hope you find it informative and not too terribly boring. Feel free to leave comments/feedback on what you liked, what you didn’t, and what you’d like to find out more about in this area.