Access 2012 LIVE! is your one-stop shop to experiencing the Access 2012 conference online. It is as much for the people at the conference as it is for the folks tuning in over the network.
In addition to the Twitter feed (#AccessYUL), Flickr tag (#AccessYUL) and the live stream of the event, our intrepid livebloggers Marsha and Megan will be taking notes and sharing them with you further down this page.
Once you’re at the conference site, make sure you check in on foursquare!
#AccessYUL on Twitter
We’ll be broadcasting live from the floor of Access 2012 on Oct 19-21!
Pictures (via #AccessYUL tag on Flickr)
Access 2012 Liveblog
Note: There is a delay of a few minutes between the event and the liveblog, and do you have to refresh the page to see changes!
Meet your livebloggers!
Marsha Taichman is the Visual Resources and Public Services Librarian for the College of Architecture, Art and Planning at Cornell University. She works with faculty, staff and students on general reference and with their print and digital image needs, as well as coordinating instruction for the Fine Arts Library. Before moving to upstate New York, she worked in libraries, art galleries and at the Canadian Centre for Architecture during the ten wonderful years she called Montreal home.
Meg Gray is a recent graduate of McGill’s School of Information Studies where she dabbled in both Knowledge Management and Librarianship. Before moving to Montreal to pursue her wild dream of becoming a librarian, Meg lived in Portland, Maine where she rode her bike to the beach, did a lot of vinyasa yoga, and ate some wicked good seafood. Meg is currently working as a taxonomy consultant in Montreal.