If you have not already spotted the links on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn etc to the various presentations I gave at “Online” in London earlier this month here they are all in one place. I gave two talks as part of the free seminar programme that was part of the exhibition, a conference presentation and a pre-conference workshop. They all have a Creative Commons attribution non-commercial license assigned to them (see http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ for further information on the license).
Google’s New Search Features: has it gone too far?
1st December 2010
This presentation was given in the exhibition area as part of the free seminar and masterclass programme. I have added comments to some of the screen shots so that they make a little more sense to those who were not there.
Challenges of Finding Quality Business Information
1st December 2010
A second presentation I gave as part of the exhibition free seminar programme. Again, I have annotated some of the screen shots.
Search Engine Wars: let battle commence
30th November 2010
This is a presentation I gave as part of the Online Information conference. It is quite different from the one I gave with the same title to INFORUM in Prague earlier this year. I wish I could say it was because so much has changed since then: unfortunately very little has changed.
Guide to Using Social Media to Promote Your Organisation and Services
29th November 2010
This was a one day workshop pre-conference workshop. The slides merely formed a framework for the day. There were more services and issues discussed within the group than are shown in the presentation. The link given below, which is a direct link to a ppt file on the RBA Information Services web site, will not be available indefinitely. The presentations on my social media page are updated every time I run a workshop or give a seminar on the topic.
PowerPoint Presentation (9.5 MB)