Institutional Repositories

(From LITA-L): The PowerPoint slides and resource list from the “Policies and Practices of Institutional Repositories” program at Annual 2005 are available on the Emerging Tech. Interest Group site.

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Updated posts

Added more notes and picture to Greenstone post. Added lots more pictures to OCLC Bloggers post. Didn’t blog the LITA awards reception earlier, so I’ll just post a photo from it here: Apparently wherever there was free food, I was there with the camera 🙂

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Who Do You Trust?

6/25/2005 RUSA/MARS User Access to Services Committee Do You Trust Your IT Staff? Do They Trust you? Talk about a topic close to my heart! Though somehow, in thinking about it before the conference, in my mind it morphed into “Does Your It Staff Hate You?” In fact, around Wednesday, I had to talk to […]

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ACRL President’s Program in a TiVo®-lutionary Age

Frances Maloy, ACRL President, 2004-2005, opened the ACRL President’s Program on Monday, June 27, 2005 with a report on the year in review and a statement on the organization’s progress that brought cheers and applause. Frances set the stage for a terrific program saying, “After being President for a year, I have concluded that ACRL […]

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Tiny Trackers: Protecting Privacy in an RFID World

Thankfully this RFID session was much warmer than the experts panel at the Hotel Intercontinental the previous day. Interestingly, I found it to be less well attended. About half of the seats in the ballroom were filled up. I suspect that the LITA top technology trends program drew a lot of potential audience members away. […]

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LITA Councilor's Report

[Updates underscored] Council 3 wrapped up at 12:15 on June 29, very timely and very congenial. Over our three Council meetings we had several items on the agenda that are very LITA-relevant. I will try to provide links to documents if/when they go online. Special thanks to our charming parliamentarian, Eli Mina, who in his […]

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