Twitter at SLA2008

Daniel Lee has set up a Twitter feed for the SLA conference.  As Daniel said in his blog:

As part of SLA’s Innovation Lab, and for the first time at conference, SLA will be using Twitter to make the conference experience more collaborative via use of a backchannelSLA2008 has been created on the Twitter website for conference attendees and non-attendees alike to follow.

If you are unfamiliar with Twitter, Daniel gives directions for following SLA2008 through the service and promised more information.

Twitter made a big splash on the 2007 Computers in Libraries conference and has helped conference goers stay connected at other library events.  Twitter will undoubtedly help many people stay connected and share information while in Seattle.

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