ITI’s New and Upcoming Conferences

CRM Evolution and SpeechTEK 2011

ITI’s summer events in New York begin in just a week, but there is still time to register.  Click here to register for CRM Evolution 2011 and here for SpeechTEK 2011.  Both events will be co-located at the New York Hilton on August 8-10.

Library Directors Digital Strategy Summit

The Library Directors Digital Strategy Summit is a new 2-day event co-located with Internet Librarian 2011 (October 17-19, Monterey, CA) and held during its first two days.  According to its website,

This two-day summit is an interactive forum for library directors, CEOs, and CIOs of academic, public, government and special libraries to problem-solve, discuss, and network with colleagues. It features a mix of high level presentations, expert panels, round table and facilitated discussions with lots of networking/peer engagement time…The Digital Strategy Summit is the only event featuring exclusive time with industry thought leaders and futurists, colleagues from all types of libraries, all focused on digital futures. The different perspectives and critical thinking will surface creative solutions, innovative ideas, and lots of insights for the digital future of our communities, campuses, corporations and governments.

A variety of panels on such cutting-edge topics as “Where is Technology Going?”, “Radical Concepts and Collaboration”, and “Libraries 2020: What Don’t You Know That Could Hurt You?” are on the program.

HTML5 Video Summit

The HTML5 Video Summit is co-located with Streaming Media West 2011 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza, Los Angeles, CA, on November 8-9.  It grew out of a highly successful HTML5 track at the recently concluded Streaming Media East 2011 conference, which has been expanded to include how-to sessions, demos, case studies, round table panels, and more.  Major publications are adding HTML5 to their web presence, and this conference will explain this hot new technology and how it can enhance your business.  With sessions on “Demystifying HTML5”, several “How-To” sessions, and two “HTML5 Super Sessions”, the emphasis will be on practical applications.

Don Hawkins
Columnist, Information Today and Conference Circuit Blog Editor

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