Don’s Conference Notes

Hawkins-150x148The following is a collection of reports on conferences and meetings written for Against the Grain by Donald T. Hawkins. Don is an information industry freelance writer based in Pennsylvania.  In addition to blogging and writing about conferences for Against the Grain, he blogs the Computers in Libraries and Internet Librarian conferences for Information Today, Inc. (ITI) and maintains the Conference Calendar on the ITI Website.  He recently contributed a chapter to the book Special Libraries: A Survival Guide (ABC-Clio, 2013) and is the Editor of Personal Archiving, (Information Today, 2013).  He holds a Ph.D. degree from the University of California, Berkeley and has worked in the online information industry for over 40 years.


v26 #6 Don’s Conference NotesCharleston Seminar – Intro to Data Curation

v26 #3 Don’s Conference Notes: How Academic Social Network Platforms Such as Mendeley Make Researchers’ Lives Easier: A Discussion with Jan Reichelt

v26 #1 Don’s Conference Notes: Open Access To Published Research: Current Status and Future Directions: An NFAIS Workshop

The Charleston Conference Blog

Digital Content: Fostering Usage Through Practical Functionalities and Policies: An NFAIS Workshop

Information Discovery and the Future of Abstracting and Indexing Services: An NFAIS Workshop

ATG NewsChannel Original: An interview with Tim O’Reilly





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