Information Space blogger Matthew Gunby presented a PechaKucha on Friday, November 9 at the NYLA conference. Watch the video of short, fast-paced presentation below and learn more about how librarians are innovating library spaces and places.
Matthew is one of two students in Syracuse University’s Master’s in Library and Information Science program (MLIS) to present in the PechaKucha format (20 images x 20 seconds). This is the first year NYLA has tried PechaKucha, which replaced its regular poster session. Matthew is part of a group of iSchool MLIS students planning a 2013 unconference that will be themed “Spaces + Places.”
Stay tuned for another blog post about Information Space blogger Topher Lawton’s PechaKucha presentation, and for more information about the Spaces + Places unconference.
Matthew Gunby on Spaces + Places
For more of Mia’s coverage of #NYLA12, check out her posts on prepping for the conference, librarians as community leaders, information literacy for distance learners, library advocacy with Urban Librarians Unite, and more.
This post is part of my coverage of last week’s 2012 New York Library Association conference (#NYLA12) in Saratoga Springs, NY. See this post in its original November 12 iteration on Information Space, the official blog of Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies.