The blogging on the Symposium doesn’t stop, and of course there are podcasts that are still to come.’  However, we wanted to let you know that Symposium PowerPoint presentations and handouts are available on the YALSA wiki.’  You can go to the wiki to find several presentations from speakers and panelists. If you presented at the Symposium you can link to your presentation on the wiki. (If you need the file uploaded you can contact YALSA Communications Specialist Stevie Kuenn).’  By the way, Gene Yang’s Powerpoint presentation from the preconference is only available for a few more days. You can download it from his blog post about the Symposium.

Speaking of blog posts, there are many about the Symposium written by attendees and presenters. You can find links to those on the wiki as well.’  And, if you have posted about the Symposium add your link to the growing wiki list.

And, there’s one more thing about Twitter and Twemes. If you go to the Symposium Twemes page, not only can you find Twitter posts from the Symposium, but you will also find images tagged on Flickr with the yalsalit08 tag.’  That means, if you have images from the event, if you upload them to Flickr, adding the tag yalsalit09 guarantees your images are added to the Twemes page.

About Linda W Braun

Linda W Braun is a YALSA Past President, the YALSA CE Consultant, and a learning consultant/project management coordinator at LEO: Librarians & Educators Online.

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