Michael Porter is a librarian, blogger, presenter, technology fan, author and PEZ collector. He has nearly 20 years of experience working in Libraryland and has presented hundreds of times to library staff around the world. In 2009 he was selected as a Library Journal “Mover & Shaker” and is currently the Communications Manager at WebJunction.org in Seattle, Washington. Before heading … Read More
Jenica P. Rogers is Director of Libraries at the State University of New York at Potsdam, coming from a background in cataloging, collection development, and staff training. Jenica’s current professional interests include fostering and promoting collaborative collection development among like libraries; creating accountability and reliability in library budgeting; advocating for rational implementation of emerging technologies in academic libraries; and nurturing … Read More
Graham Lavender is a librarian at the McGill Library and a recent (Spring ’09) graduate of McGill University‘s School of Information Studies. His work in McGill‘s Library Technology Services deals with Web 2.0 tools such as Twitter and the McGill Library blogs. He was inspired to start blogging after seeing John Dupuis present at Web 2.You 2008. Graham looks forward … Read More
Michael Lenczner has spent the past ten years in the non-profit sector working on public information infrastructure, civic engagement, and strategic planning and development. He co-founded Ile Sans Fil and CivicAccess.ca, serves on the board of several non-profits, and is a frequent collaborator on academic research. He is currently working on a new web-based service for Canadian non-profits.
Patrick M. Lozeau is a graduate of l’École de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l’information (EBSI) de l’Université de Montréal. Before managing the digital repositories at Université de Montréal, he worked on implementing the mandatory submission of electronic thesis and dissertations in Open Access. Starting January 2010, he will be a librarian at inLibro, a Montreal based support company for … Read More
Michele Ann Jenkins has worked as a Web Developer and a Technical Consultant for the UN High Commission on Refugees in Geneva, Switzerland and for the World Health Organization. She is a graduate of McGill‘s School of Information Studies.