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Thursday, November 5 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
Speed Networking!

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The goal of this session is to help people meet and interact with others who they might not ordinarily get a chance to connect with. The set-up includes multiple round tables. The 60 minutes is divided into multiple rounds. During each round people interact with others at their table. At the end of the round they get up and move to a new table. These short meetings will create connections that people can then follow up on at other points during the conference.We will need to set up multiple round tables where 5-10 people can sit (last year it was tables of 10). When the session begins, each person will have 1 minute to introduce themselves, where they work, and why they came to MCN. Each table will also have a person who is the timer (everyone in the past has used their phones). After about 10 minutes a bell rings, signaling the end of the round. Everyone seated at a table will then get up and go to a different table. The purpose of having multiple rounds is to allow people to move around and meet different people during every round. For the past two years this session has had great attendance, we hope to continue that streak!

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Elizabeth Bollwerk

Archaeological Analyst, Monticello/Digital Archaeological Archive of Comparative Slavery
I am a data nerd and I love talking about how to collect, manage, analyze, visualize, and curate data. I am also a proponent of Lori Byrd-McDevitt's Open Authority movement and I am working on integrating my interest in data to create processes and opportunities to share authority to create digital resources that better serve users needs. I am also the Volunteer Coordinator for MCN and a co-Sponsorship Coordinator.
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Mandy Kritzeck

Digital Content Specialist, Corning Museum of Glass
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Scott Sayre

Chief Digital Officer, Corning Museum of Glass
Chief Digital Officer at the Corning Museum of Glass, I am responsible for developing new strategies for and overseeing the Museum’s digital program onsite and online, including the Museum’s website and in-gallery digital applications. I am also an MCN Board Member and liasion with the MCN's special interest groups (SIG).

Thursday November 5, 2015 10:45am - 12:00pm
Great Lakes A1 1300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55403, United States

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