SLA Toronto’s First Five Years Team is holding their first fall event:
Creating Your Personal Brand
Date: Thursday, October 22nd
Location: Lillian H. Smith Library
More information from the SLA website:
Ever wonder how can you raise your profile if you are new to the profession? Social media is one way to have an impact and get noticed. Join consultant Connie Crosby as she leads our discussion on how you can blog, tweet or instagram your way to building a solid reputation as an information professional.
About Connie CrosbyPrincipal of Crosby Group Consulting, Connie is a knowledge management consultant who specializes in information management, library management, social media, and records management. Connie has been blogging for over a decade on her own blog conniecrosby.blogspot.com and as a core contributor to the prominent law blog SLAW.ca.
Her book Effective Blogging for Libraries was part of the award-winning Tech Set series edited by Ellyssa Kroski and published by ALA/Neal-Schuman in 2010. She co-taught (along with Daniel Lee) the Social Media Engagement certificate at the iSchool Institute. Connie currently serves as President of the Canadian Association of Law Libraries and is a co-organizer of the Toronto KM meetup group Knowledge Workers.
Light refreshments will be provided during the event.
Pricing: SLA Members and Students – $10Non-Members – $20Registration closes Oct. 19th at midnight
If you have any questions, please contact the New Information Professional Coordinator, Jessica Shiers –firstname.lastname@example.org