On Wednesday, August 25, BayNet is pleased to present an informative seminar by Deb Hunt entitled “Mining Enterprise Intelligence.” BayNet is co-sponsoring this event with the Northern California & Nevada Medical Library Group (NCNMLG).  This year’s event is free, light refreshments will be served, and no registration is required.

Date/Time: Wednesday, August 25, 10 AM-12 PM
Place: Berkeley City Club, 2315 Durant Avenue, Berkeley
Transportation: The Berkeley City Club is approximately six (6) blocks from the Downtown Berkeley BART Station.

For parking options, see: http://bit.ly/chAiws

Mining Enterprise Intelligence — Another Role for Information Professionals
Librarian and information professionals have skills that can be adapted and applied in a way that may not have occurred to them: to help their organizations that are desperate to find their information assets (paper, digital, knowledge) in an information overload reality.  This can be a career opportunity for us — in the jobs we have now, in our next jobs, and as consultants.

Deb Hunt is Principal of Information Edge, which empowers clients to find the information they need to do their work. Information Edge specializes in enterprise content management, knowledge services, professional research, and library creation and automation. Deb has presented at many conferences including CENIC (Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California), the Special Library Association, the California Library Association, Internet@Schools, Internet Librarian, and AIIP (the Association of Independent Information Professionals). She has written for many print and e-publications, including Information Outlook, Best Practices for Government Libraries (2009 and 2010), AIIP’s Connections, and Information World Review.

She serves on the Special Library Association (SLA) Board of Directors, is the listserv moderator for BayNet, and is a member of NCNMLG and AIIP.  One of her favorite things to do is teach students and information professional entering the information world. She does this as an instructor in the Library Technology program at Diablo Valley College and as a mentor in AIIP.