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Online conference on e/audiobooks

From Web4Lib:


On Thursday, July 28, 2005 the first of an ongoing series of online conferences about hot topics in librarianship and information technology will be held. The series is called "Let's Go Library Expo" and the July 28 online conference will focus on "Books, eBooks, and Audiobooks." The keynote speaker will be author Asra Nomani (Author of the new book Standing Alone in Mecca, one woman's pilgrimage to reclaim the rightful role of women in Islam).

Participation in this inaugural conference is free of charge for conference attendees. All you need to participate is a computer with a sound card, speakers, and an Internet connection. If you want to speak using Voice-over-IP (in addition to text chat) you need a computer microphone.


For more information about "Let's Go Library Expo: Books, eBooks, and Audiobooks," the July 28 online conference, go here. This online conference is supported by the Mid-Illinois
Talking Book Center
, the North Suburban Library System near Chicago, and the Alliance Library System in central Illinois.


For additional information about the entire "Let's Go Library Expo" series, click here.

"Let's Go Library Expo" is a service of Planet Library, an emerging full-service online library that will provide a wide variety of content and services for library users worldwide.