Another LIS Staff Web.2Opportunity on Tuesday

Save the date and time!
Tuesday 10/21 at 6 pm

This will be a repeat of the Web 2.0 Brown Bag Lunch held on October 9th.

Many thanks to Mary Backus, Mike Roy and Bryan Carson for their fun presentations – and thanks to those of you who attended. Congratulations to our winners!
Pij won a coffee mug AND coffee card
Judy, Mack and Alex each won a fun toy
All who attended will be eligible for the grand prize drawing at the last session in December.

Don’t miss out!
Here is your chance to attend the repeat session!

When: Tuesday 10/21 at 6 pm
Where: Lib 105
What: 2nd in a series of 5 fall semester Brown Bag mealtime sessions to discover and share new web tools in a fun environment. Mike Roy, Mary Backus and Bryan Carson will share Delicious, GoodReads, Jott, Chacha and RTM – Remember the Milk. Each presentation will last for about 10 minutes, with plenty of time for others to share during the last 20 – 30 minutes.
Why: Get together with your coworkers across LIS to get a taste of some fun web tools!
How long: 1 hour max; 3 presentations – 10 minutes each; there will be time for sharing and learning after the scheduled topics.
Bring your own bag meal (sorry – no free dinner!)
But…there will be a prize drawing! And…everyone who attends any of the 5 sessions will be eligible for the grand prize drawing in December. You could be the winner of a coffee mug/coffee card and maybe even a new fun toy! Attend every session and increase your chance to win the grand prize!

Please come – and join your LIS co-workers for a fun time!

Our volunteer presenters for November:
Jeff – iGoogle
Adam – twitter
Alex: Google Reader
Joe A – Facebook

Interested in presenting? Please contact Elin Waagen or Bryan Carson.

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