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Welcome to the unofficial wiki for the 2006 Computers in Libraries Conference in Washington, D.C.

 

The conference will take place from March 22-24, 2006.

 

Anyone who wants to add to or edit topics on the wiki can do it. You don't need to ask before making a change -- this wiki belongs to all of us. If you know something about Washington D.C. or have some Conference tips, please contribute to the wiki. To edit the wiki you will need to enter the password cil2006.

 

The tag for all blog posts, flickr pics, etc. is going to be CIL2006. If you're attending and blogging Internet@Schools East sessions, add the tag ISE2006. This will help everyone to keep track of what's going on at the conference through all the social software media.

 

 

Here are the current topics in the wiki

 

Newbies: DC Tips -- Conference Tips -- Locals to Contact -- DC Questions -- Conference Questions -- Conference Program Questions

 

 

Conference: Official CIL Page -- Attendee Schedules -- Dine Arounds -- CyberTours -- Bloggers @ the Conference (add your blog to the list!) -- Conference Feeds (RSS/OPML) -- Conference Roommates -- Ride Sharing -- Official I@SE Page -- Calling All (Library) Book Authors -- Workshops

 

Washington D.C.: Touristy Stuff -- Bars -- Transportation -- Hotels -- Restaurants -- Neighborhoods and Shopping -- Tours -- Wifi -- What's Going On

 

Great Tips From Past CILs: Scott Brandt's  FAQ: Presenting at Computers in Libraries or Internet Librarian Conferences -- Dave King's  10 Things to do at Computers in Libraries 2005 -- Michael Stephens' Six Tips To Enjoy Computers in Libraries 2005

 

If you add a new topic, please add it to this list on the main page so people can easily find it.

 

You can easily add a new page by putting the title of the new page inside brackets on the front page (you can see the formatting when you go to edit the page). Then, when you click on that link, you will be taken to a new page that you can add to.

 

 

Need help?

 

Check out Wiki Style and Advanced Wiki Style to see how to format text on the wiki. PBWiki Central also has lots of useful information on how to use PBWiki.

 

You can also ask Meredith Farkas, the creator of this wiki, if you're looking for general info about wikis.

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