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Congratulations to the winner of our feedback form prize draw: Claire Griffiths of John Laing Integrated Services (London), who wins an iPod Nano courtesy of Overdrive Inc.

The Business Improvement Service for local government in Scotland attended Edge2010 and found it an interesting experience – read more

  Some of the fantastic feedback about the Edge2010 conference

” I was delightfully surprised at the breadth and depth of the agenda”.

“I’m not sure what my expectations were really, I suppose as this was an inaugural conference they weren’t particularly high, as I expected there would be some teething problems along the way. However, nothing could have been further from the truth. The whole conference was very well organised with a really warm and welcoming atmosphere which encouraged easy networking and debate amongst delegates”.

 “The choice of speakers and the themes were really well thought out and planned, as was the order of speakers for each day. This created a cohesive programme for the two days. I thought all of the speakers were individually excellent….”  

View presentations from the conference at

 www.slideshare.net/EdinburghCityLibraries

View images from the conference at

http://www.flickr.com/photos/libraryman/sets/72157623403841329/

More thoughts from Edge 2010 – this time on Ewan McIntosh’s presentation.

Feedback from the EDGE conference continues to be excellent  –  EDGE 2010 received a glowing report from Dave Anderson (Director of City Development, City of Edinburgh Council) given at a meeting yesterday for the Council Management Team and the City of Edinburgh Council Administration.

Your Library which was launched at EDGE2010   will be open 24/7 – 365 days a year.   Your Library provides  a single access point to the Edinburgh Library service’s web based services under a coherent brand. It features blog posts, YouTube videos and photos from Flickr, and the electronic services include a new look catalogue, an image library and the library newsletter, and electronic resources such as  Kompass, Britannica and Enquire. The web unique 2.0 interactive community information links to leisure, local history and support groups and allows the public to add and amend content.  Library2go allows you to download e books and audio books or just read them online!

more reaction from Edge 2010… this time from Lauren Smith

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