Wednesday, 30th July 2008
In a nod to 'crowdsourcing', FreePint's own editorial team drew on the experiences of fellow attendees at SLA's 2008 conference to provide a broader, deeper picture of the event. Robin Neidorf and William Hann - and a bevy of SLA member/contributors - report on the Seattle show.
We received dozens of contributions, which we have organised and edited, with the authors' approval, to create this report. This report gives those who attended the event a way of reflecting not only on their own experience but also to garner further insight from their peers. Those who could not attend have a chance to peek into the event, going beyond the session summaries to understand a bit more of the Zeitgeist...and the value of attending.
We collected contributions from participants at SLA 2008. Our report is free to all SLA members, VIP and FUMSI subcribers.
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