2013 Code4Lib Midwest Conference
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01:06, 4 October 2013
A Lightning Talk is a fast-paced,
-minute talk on the topic of your choosing
You don’t need to make slides, but if you do, you only have time for a handful. If you're nervous about speaking in front of a crowd, don't worry! It
be over quickly. It’s best to keep it focused, and try not to pack a 20-minute presentation into 5 minutes.
Topics might include:
*Let me tell you about my favorite piece of tech and why I love it
*I want to do cool project X. Anyone want to help me?
*I did this successful project. Here’s what I learned, and how you might benefit.
*I did this unsuccessful project. Here’s what I learned, and how you might benefit.
*I have a bone to pick about this thing.
*I wish we would do
/less of X.
*Here’s my prediction for
future of X
You can sign up now or during the conference:
# Logan Jewett -- ETD conversion project (Sunday)
# Cole Hudson (Wayne State University) -- Omeka/Fedora Commons sync app
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