Events Prior to 2009

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Thursday, April 9, 2009, 5:30 pm – 7 pm
Book Club Night: “Print is Dead” – Bombay Club, Harvard Square, Cambridge

Thursday, February 19, 2009, 5:30 pm-7 pm
Meetup: Twitter! – Johnny D’s, Davis Square, Somerville

Thursday November 13th, 2008
Meetup: What I learned at ASIST… – Green Street Grill

Wednesday November 5th, 2008
Mobile Mania: Developing information services for portable devices – Kotzen Center, Simmons College, Boston, MA [Co-sponsored by NE ASIS&T and the Simmons College Student Chapter of ASIS&T]

Monday September 15th, 2008 6:00pm
Understanding Human Information Interaction– Kotzen Center, Simmons College, Boston, MA [Co-sponsored by Simmons GSLIS and NE ASIS&T]

Tuesday August 5th, 2008 6:30pm
SLA Boston and NEASIST Dine-Around– Namaskar Indian restaurant, Davis Square, Somerville, MA

Thursday June 26th, 2008 ~5:30-7pm
Meetup: Greener Living Through Technology – Cambridge Brewing Co.

Thursday, June 12, 2008
NEASIS&T awards dinner with special guest Robert Wolfe of the MIT Libraries – MIT Faculty Club, Cambridge, MA

Thursday March 27th, 2008
Meetup: 21st century job hunting-The Squeeling Pig, 134 Smith St, Roxbury Crossing, MA

Monday, 28 January 2008, ~6-7pm
Meetup: Share your fun new gadgets! – The Asgard, Cambridge, MA.

March 3, 2008 Holy Cross, Worcester, MA
And March 4, 2008 Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
Licensing Electronic Resources [Co-Sponsored by NEASIS&T]

Thursday, 15 November 2007
From Guerilla Innovation to Institutional Transformation: Information Professionals as Change Agents – Providence College, Providence, RI

Wednesday, 17 October 2007
Do We Need a Second Life? Library and Information Services in a Virtual World – Simmons College, GSLIS Tech Lab, Boston, MA.

May 10, 2007
NEASIS&T awards dinner with special guests Fernanda Viegas and Martin Wattenberg of IBM – MIT Faculty Club, Cambridge, MA

Tuesday, April 10, 2007
Designing Usable Interfaces: Three Expert Perspectives – MIT, Bartos Theater

6 March 2007
GIS for the Real World: Google Earth and GIS Web Tools with Lisa Sweeney – MIT, Vannevar Bush Room

3 October 2006
The Dawn of the Embedded Library: Integrating Library Services into People’s Trusted Networks – Tufts University, Dowling Hall

11 May 2006
NEASIS&T Awards Dinner with special guest Peter Morville “Ambient Findability” – MIT Faculty Club

20 April 2006 – CANCELLED
Who am I and How do I know for sure? Identity Management in a Web 2.0 World – Bartos Theater, MIT

15 November 2005
Buy, Hack or Build: Optimizing your Systems for Your Users and Your Sanity – Bartos Theater, MIT

24 May 2005
NEASIST Annual Awards Dinner – MIT Faculty Club

3 May 2005
Syndicate, Aggregate, Communicate:
New Web Tools in Real Applications for Libraries, Companies and Regular Folk – Providence College

15 December 2004
Freedom vs Control: Rights Management in the Digital Age – MIT

12-17 November 2004
ASIST Annual in Providence RI

1 July 2004 – CANCELLED
Spring Awards Picnic – MIT

21-23 November 2003
DASER Summit: Digital Archives for Science & Engineering Resources – MIT

13 November 2003
Blogging, RSS Feeds and News Aggregators
A hands-on workshop with Steven Cohen – MIT

13 May 2003
Spring Awards Dinner – MIT Faculty Club

28 April 2003
It’s Not Just Google Anymore: Blogs and the Latest in Search Engines

December 9-20, 2002
Strategies for E-Learning and Distance Education Educators: An ASIS&T Joint Chapter Virtual Mini-Course

May 9, 2002
Spring Awards Dinner – MIT Faculty Club

December 11 , 2001
Future of Fair Use – Wong Auditorium, MIT

August 14, 2001
Working with Audio: from Archiving to Web Delivery (a hands on-workshop) – Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut

May 3, 2001
Spring Awards Dinner – MIT Faculty Club

December 11, 2000
A Walk on the Wireless Side– Wong Auditorium, MIT
Implementing wireless technologies
Transcribed and featured in the ASIS&T Bulletin

August 3, 2000, 10 am – 3 pm
Working with Audio: from Archiving to Web Distribution
Hands-on Workshop

July 27, 2000, 1- 4pm
Building Database-Backed Web Sites
presented by: BALM (Boston Area Library Web Managers) and NEASIS

May 17, 2000, 9 AM – 4:30 PM
Bringing Innovative Web Technologies to Library Settings – Kennedy School, Harvard

April 13, 2000
NEASIS Spring Awards Dinner – MIT Faculty Club
Spring Awards dinner combined with demo of the Paper Computer

December 6, 1999
Open Source & Free Systems/Software: Implications for Libraries – Luce Hall, Yale University
Speakers: Richard Stallman, Eric Raymond, Daniel Chudnov

October 14, 1999
An Evening with Eugene Garfield: President-elect of ASIS – MIT Faculty Club
Dr. Garfield shared his vision and future plans for ASIS, which have been a matter of some discussion on the ASIS-L listserv. An informal reception followed the talk.

July 19 and July 21, 1999
Web Graphics Workshop – MIT New Media classroom

January 20, 1999
XML: What You Need to Know – MIT Faculty Club

January 27, 1998
Extreme Searching – Kennedy School, Harvard

March 20, 1998
Spring Awards Dinner – MIT Faculty Club

May 7, 1998
Location Location Location (GIS) – Kennedy School, Harvard

September 1997
Knowledge Management – Kennedy School, Harvard

May 6, 1997
JAVA in the Morning: the Dawn of New Technologies – Kennedy School, Harvard

November 13, 1996
Your Business The World’s Business? Privacy in the Electronic Environment – Tang Center, MIT

September 10, 1996
HTML Extensions (workshop) – Lamont Library, Harvard

April 22, 1996
Public Access to the Internet via Libraries – Kennedy School, Harvard

December 5, 1995
Evaluating Content on the Web – Kennedy School, Harvard

March 1, 1994
Partners in Gopherspace the Draper Lab Experience – Bolt Baranek and Newman

December 1, 1994
It’s Only Natural, or Is It? – Gutman Library, Harvard

May 6, 1994
Converging Interests on the NII: Commercial Ventures, Policy and Public Access – Kennedy School, Harvard

October 7, 1993
Image/Imagining: a showcase of Digital Imaging Applications – Harvard Graduate School of Design

May 5, 1993
Building the Information Superhighway: Ownership, Access and Services – Kennedy School, Harvard

April 9, 1992
Closing the Library Doors: Electronic Services, Products, Access and Dissemination – Days Inn, Newton, MA

Fall 1991
Standards, Applications, and Document Delivery: Why Should I Care? – Holy Cross College, Worcester, MA

June 20, 1990
Information Science: Origin Evolution and Relations – Simmons College Faculty Dining Room