Presentations

Upcoming Presentations:

Molaro, A. Customer Service is Dead: Long Live the Customer Experience, Scott County Public Library (MN), February, 2015.

Molaro, A. Productivity Hacks to Make Life Easier, St Catherine University, February, 2015.

Molaro, A. Making a Better World: Making and Maker Spaces Today, St Catherine University Katietalks, March, 2015.

Molaro, A. Productivity Hacks to Make Life Easier, Minnesota Library Association Webinar, TBD.

Molaro, A. Design Thinking in the Library: Strategies to Improve Innovation, Minnesota Library Association Webinar, TBD.

Molaro, A., & Steffel, N.  Maker Technology Show-and-Tell, Library Technology Conference, March, 2015.

Past Presentations:

Molaro, A. Staff Development Day Keynote Address, The Creative and Innovative Library: (Re)Finding Your Creative Genius, Skokie Public Library, Staff Development Day. December, 2014.

Molaro, A. Staff Development Day Breakout Session, Customer Service is Dead: Long Live the Customer Experience, Skokie Public Library, Staff Development Day. December, 2014.

Molaro, A. Customer Service is Dead: Long Live the Customer Experience, Minnesota Library Association Annual Conference, October, 2014.

Molaro, A. Taming Technophobia. Mount Prospect Public Library, Staff Development Day. May, 2014.

Molaro, A. Bringing Learning Back. Oak Park Public Library, Staff Development Day. December, 2013.

Greenwalt, T., Jacobson, M., Kong, R., and Molaro, A. (2013). Library Tech 101, Reaching Forward Conference, Chicago, IL.

Greenwalt, T., Jacobson, M., Kong, R., and Molaro, A. (2013). Technology Petting Zoo, Reaching Forward Conference, Chicago, IL.

Molaro, Anthony G. (2013). Social Justice, Social Media, Transliteracy, Technological Exploration and Information Activism, Keynote Address, Library and Information Science Graduate Student Association of the University of Missouri, Columbia, MO.

 

Molaro, Anthony G., Clark, Rhonda, Moulaison, Heather, Farmer, Lesley, Wellstead, Peta. (2013). International Trends in Library and Information Science Education, ALISE Annual Conference, Seattle, WA.

 

Molaro, Anthony G. (2012).  The Next Chapter in the Story of Community College Libraries, Keynote Address, ForwardFocus Conference, East Peoria, IL.

 

Molaro, Anthony G. & Greenwalt, Toby.  (2012).  Geeks Bearing Gifts: Technology Trends for Circulation Staff, Reaching Forward Conference, Rosemont, IL.

 

Molaro, Anthony G. & Greenwalt, Toby.  (2011).  Technology to Improve Your Life, Reaching Forward Conference, Rosemont, IL.

 

Molaro, A. G. & White, L, (2012, March 14).  eBook and eReader Basics.  Presentation presented at On The Front Lines, Illinois State Library, Springfield, IL.

 

Molaro, A. G. (2012, March 14).  Discover, Explore, Play, Learn, Love (encouraging a culture of experimentation).  Presentation presented at On The Front Lines, Illinois State Library, Springfield, IL.

 

Molaro, A. G. (2012, February 02).  Transliteracy, Customer Services and the Future of Reference. Presentation presented at the Library Administrators Council of Northern Illinois, Reference Services Section, Chicago, IL.

 

Molaro, A. G. (2012, January 17). Chicago’s Information Deserts. Poster session presented at the 2012 annual meeting of the Association of Library and Information Science Educators, Dallas, TX.

 

Molaro, A. G. (2012, January 17). Merging Large and Complex Library Organizations. Poster session presented at the 2012 annual meeting of the Association of Library and Information Science Educators, Dallas, TX.

 

Molaro, Anthony G. (2011). “eReaders Rock My World: Or My World Just Got Rocked by eReaders”, presentation, LACONI Technology Section, Schaumburg, IL.

 

Molaro, Anthony G. & Greenwalt, Toby.  (2011).  “Geeks Bearing Gifts: Technology Trends for Circulation Staff”, presentation, LACONI Circulation Section, Dundee, IL.

 

Molaro, Anthony G. (2011). “Merging Large and Complex Library Organizations”, poster

presentation, ALISE 2011 Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.

 

Molaro, Anthony G., White, Leah, & Girard, Adam. (2011).  “Grassroots Organizing: Getting

Stuff Done”, presentation, Illinois Library Association 2011 Annual Conference,

Rosemont, IL.

 

Molaro, Anthony G. (2010).  “Keynote Address.  Pushing it Forward: Social Justice, Civic

Librarianship and Information Activism”, Arizona Library Association 2010 Annual

Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona.

 

Bravendar, Patricia, Lyon, Collen and Molaro, Anthony G.  (2010).  “Analysis of Chat

Reference: To Chat or Not to Chat, That Is the Question”, presentation, Michigan

Library Association 2010 Annual Conference, Traverse City, Michigan.

 

Molaro, Anthony G. (2010).  “Information Activism”, presentation, 13th Annual Alumni

Conference, GSLIS, Dominican University, River Forest, IL.

 

Molaro, Anthony G. (2010).  “Social Bookmarking”, presentation, Let’s Get Social, Dupage

Library System, Geneva, IL.

 

Bravendar, Patricia, Lyon, Collen and Molaro, Anthony G.  (2009).  “Analysis of Chat

Reference Services”, poster session, Michigan Library Association 2009

Annual Conference, Lansing, Michigan.

 

Molaro, Anthony G. (2009).  “Librarianship as a Contact Sport”, poster session,

American Library Association 2009 Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

 

Molaro, Anthony G.  “Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE).” Medical Users

Software Exchange (MUSE),  2005 Merrillville, IN.

 

Molaro, Anthony G.  “The Original O’Hare Crisis.”  National Conference

Undergraduate Research (NCUR), 2003 Salt Lake City, Utah.

One response to “Presentations

  1. Hi Anthony

    I would like to invite you to keynote the 2010 Arizona Library Association Conference in November 15th. Our conference theme is Click It Forward. If you are interested, please contact me via email with information regarding your fees and requirements.

    Regards,

    Cynthia Landrum
    President
    Arizona Library Association

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