Category Archives: Post-event
WebJunction wrote a wonderful article about Big Talk From Small Libraries 2016. Take a look to see what they had to say about this year’s event.
Throughout the day, there were 429 individual logins to the 2016 Big Talk From Small Libraries conference. However, there were multiple locations hosting groups, and when we add in those numbers, our total attendance this year was 470! Click on … Continue reading
Big Talk From Small Libraries 2016 is a wrap! Thanks to all the presenters and attendees. It was a great day! Recordings and Presentations At the moment we have a single eight-hour-long video file. As with previous years, we’ll be … Continue reading
As a followup to our evaluation results, we have put together a map of attendee logins. Throughout the day, there were 455 individual logins to the conference. However, there were multiple locations hosting groups, and when we add in those … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who filled out the evaluation over the past two weeks. We have decided to leave it open indefinitely so you can still access it if you’d like. However at this point we’ve “closed” it in the sense … Continue reading
For those of you wondering what it looks like from our point-of-view while running the conference (and missed it on Twitter) here’s a quick pick I took early in the day.
If you attended any part of the 2015 conference please take just a few minutes to fill out the online evaluation. If you participated as part of a group, please feel free to pass this link along to the others … Continue reading
I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank both the presenters and everyone who attended on Friday for an amazing day. The presentations were spectacular, the questions were insightful, and the technology worked with just a few minor glitches. … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who took the time to fill out our evaluation survey for Big Talk From Small Libraries 2014! The 140 responses indicate that the Conference successfully reached the small libraries it was targeting. Library sizes ran the … Continue reading