Computers in Libraries has been taking place in Washington DC this week. You can of course track events via Twitter, but you may also wish to check out the following for on-the-spot coverage.
Sarah Houghton-Jan (aka The Librarian in Black) is attending the conference as a presenter, delegate and moderator. She spent the first day of the conference in the ‘Information discovery and search’ track and blogged throughout the first day. Her review of the super searcher strategies session is particularly helpful, as is search engine update.
As a co-presenter, Sarah joined David Lee King and Nate Hill to discuss how to use social media to make user interactions ‘rock’. Her blog summary includes a list of 8 tips from David Lee King.
Well worth a read.