At the American Library Association Annual Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada I'm presenting a poster on Sunday, June 29th, from 2:30-4pm in the Exhibit Hall. The topic is how discovery searching alters library websites and search boxes, and is based on this giffy blog post.
On Monday, June 30th, from 4-4:45pm, I'm on a panel moderated by Daniel Ransom on the experiences of first-time library directors. Kristi Chadwick, Jessica Olin, and John Pappas are also on the panel, so it will be a good mix of public and academic librarians.
If any of this sounds interesting, or you just want to say hi, add me to your schedule.
Speaking of which, here's where I'll be. And yes, I'm overbooked for many of these. I'll wake up and see where the day takes me. If I missed something you think I might be interested in, please let me know.
Main conference website
Vegas on a Budget
American Library Association Party Map
Unofficial Guide to Socializing via I Need A Library Job
Eater Las Vegas is your friend
Survival Tips and Vegas Eats from Library Journal
American Libraries Cognotes (pdf)
Arts Guide to Las Vegas from the Association of College and Research Libraries Arts Section (pdf)