Posing for a shot to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Computers in Libraries conference this morning were some of the key folks who have made the conference happen.
From left to right: Nancy Melin Nelson (Clinton Community College), who organized the program for the show’s first 10 years; Marshal Breeding (Vanderbilt University) who has attended all 20 shows; Tom Hogan, Sr (CEO, Information Today) who has owned and operated the show for the past 10 years; and last (but certainly not least) Jane Dysart (Dysart & Jones Associates) who has planned the program for the past decade (and she’s still only 29!).
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