Tag: NLS5

NLS5 Presentation – Slides Available!

A little research project undertaken in the first half of this year, looking into a new information professional’s (my) experiences in developing a personal learning network, turned into a well-received presentation, from which I’m very appreciative of the positive feedback and encouragement. Some background on the research project and details...

5 Reads for Preparing and Giving Presentations

Time has crept up on me and I must begin to plan and create conference presentations coming up over the next few months. I’ll admit I’m starting to feel a little nervous. I’ve been collecting articles about presenting, so I thought for others who may have presentations coming up, like...

One, giant leap…

One. Massive. Semester. Taking a step back from it all now, this last semester was indeed challenging. I’ve tried new things. I’ve learnt A LOT. Yes, it has been one, giant leap for my LIS career. While only enrolled in one subject (focusing on web content), I also conducted a...

Abstract Accepted!

What an exciting achievement…. Whooooaa! Hooooooo!!!  Yippeeee!!!  Woot! Woot! I had to do that, and now its over with. Thank you for bearing with me. I’ve never written a conference paper or presented before, so the New Librarians’ Symposium (NLS) this year will be a significant milestone for me as...

So the abstract is submitted….now what?

So my abstract for the New Librarians’ Symposium (2011) is submitted. But first, a little background…. I noticed over the last few months my Personal Learning Network had started to gain momentum, both in growth and strength. After looking back at my blog reading and Twitter participation, I realised that...