Have some knowledge of web 2.0 features such as blogs, wikis and mashups? Looking to meet some new folks and become involved? If so, please consider volunteering for this year’s Web 2.0 Kiosk in Boston at the upcoming annual conference. The Kiosk is an informal setting for Arlisians to ask questions about various new and emerging technologies. Volunteers will assist participants as they spend some hands-on time exploring how they can take advantage of 2.0 tools and the benefits these tools hold for art libraries.
In the immortal words words of Rebecca Cooper, volunteering for the Kiosk offers the benefits of:
– Sharing your knowledge with others and adding to the art librarianship dialogue
– Expanding your network of ARLIS/NA members
– Gaining instruction experience in an informal setting
If this sounds like fun, please add your name and the time slots you’d like to volunteer to this schedule. Based on traffic in past years to the Kiosk, we’re aiming for 3-4 volunteers per time slot.
Can’t attend the annual conference this year and feeling left out? We’re also looking for someone crafty to update the posters and handouts. If interested, drop me a line at
tbergstr AT nd DOT edu