SLA WCC’s signature year-end event returns with a special encore presentation of “Finding Those Who Don’t Want to Be Found Using Social Media and Other Cyber Tools,” one of the most talked about sessions from the SLA 2014 Annual Conference in Vancouver.
Julie Clegg, principal of a leading investigative agency, will discuss how to use social media and other resources to track and locate people who do not want to be readily found. Emphasis will be placed on resources, tips and techniques that you can add to your research toolkit.
Here’s what SLA conference attendees had to say about the session on Twitter:
- @annenb Session on Finding Those who Don’t Want to Be Found was awesome & terrifying from privacy perspective. Best session in years. #SLAtalk
- @leighmonty Julie Clegg on SM forensics was high value. Unaware about crimes committed in virtual environments / online assault previously #SLAtalk
- @KnowledgeLinking Julie Clegg session had WOW factor for me because she did it all in real time, showing us how to use Soc Med to find people.#slatalk
This event is open to all. Tickets are now available via credit card and PayPal.
Unable to attend in person? No problem! Live webcasting of the keynote presentation is provided by Langara College.
Special thanks to our exclusive event sponsor, Andornot Consulting.
For more information or registration inquiries, please contact Lindsay Tripp at firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Langara College, 100 West 49th Avenue, Vancouver BC (room C509)
Optional tour of Langara Library and Learning Commons (convene at Circulation Desk)
Check-in, canapes, and no-host cash bar
Welcome from Chapter President
Keynote presentation by Julie Clegg
Closing remarks, door prizes, and refreshments