Net Neutrality and Its Implications for Libraries

LITA Technology and Access Committee Program MCP W-184 Gregory A. Jackson, University of Chicago; Carrie Lowe, OITP for ALA; Clifford Lynch, Director of the CNI   Clifford Lynch tells Cool History. Thinks Net Neutrality is a relatively new phrase, says it happened within last 10 years–but is an old idea. Monopolies, natural or otherwise. Once upon a […]

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The Open Library Environment Project

McCormick Place West, W-196a Building an ILS for Service Oriented Architecture Structure Beth Forrest-Warner, University of Kansas; Robert H. McDonald, Indiana University; John Little, Duke University; Carlen Ruschoff, University of Maryland. Really, this has as much of a positive implication for public and special libraries as it does for academics, especially as regards financial and […]

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Building Public Library Websites with Drupal

Building the Next Generation Public Library Website with Drupal John Blyberg, Darien Library, CT Eli Neiburger say “NY-burger”, Ann Arbor District Library, MI Grand Hyatt, Constitution D, 10:30am, Sunday June 24. Buzzing, excited crowd, almost 200. Here are the goodies: Background – Drupal (say “drooo-pull”, accented first syllable) is a fully featured open-source content management […]

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