In the fifth part of our Top Tech Trends podcast, we have Andrew Pace from NC State University talking about his views of the tech of tomorrow. Next up in parts 6 and 7 are the question and answer section, and the conclusion. But the podcast fun doesn’t stop there…we’ve still got a few surprises […]
Definitely Digital: An Exploration of the Future of Knowledge on the Occasion of the 50th Anniversary of the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services Friday, January 19, 2007 — Grand Hyatt Seattle, Eliza Anderson Amphitheater This preconference is the first event of the 50th anniversary of ALCTS. Information will be made available via the […]
In part four, we hear from Karen Schneider about her thoughts on the near-future of library technology. If you’re enjoying these podcasts, leave us a comment and let us know…we’d love to hear this is a valuable thing for our members. Plus, it will help us justify expanding our podcasting reach for Annual this summer. […]
Sunday, January 21 1:30pm to 2:30pm. Some topics presented for future discussion: How is Web 2.0 being used? GIS Systems: metadata requirements Institutional Repositories: capturing data output from faculty Raw Data Storage: practices and procedures, storage of statistical data and field research National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIP) Digitization practices for cultural and […]
The continuing saga of the Top Tech Trends podcast continues here, with Part 3. This is Clifford Lynch relating trends as he sees them, and look out tomorrow for Karen Schneider’s discussion of what she sees coming in technology.
The second section of our Top Tech Trends podcast has Marshall Breeding outlining his Trends. Once again, if you have any difficulties with the feed or the audio, please leave a comment.
Liki Originally uploaded by Wandering Eyre. The LITA Town Meeting yesterday was action packed even at 8am. I know there were a couple of other people taking actual notes. These are just my thoughts. The activity that Mark Beatty had the packed room complete involved writing things we liked about LITA or things that LITA […]
About a dozen people attended the meeting on Monday morning from 10:30 to 12:30. International Visitor Grant The first topic of discussion focussed on the very generous donor who funded the attendance of a librarian from Trinidad and Tobago at the LITA Forum in October – he was so impressed by the moving thank you […]
With enormous thanks to Maurice York, the first of many LITA Podcasts! There are seven segments in all for about an hour and forty-five minutes of trending goodness. For the sake of immediacy, this is pretty much the raw audio–not much editing or finessing. A more refined audio experience will be posted as we go. […]
Today, I attended my first LITA Town Meeting. It was great, and I hope to attend many more. I liked that it was a good blend of meeting other LITA members, learning about our users, and brainstorming about the future. The Town Meeting started with a breakfast and introduction to the LITA leadership. We were […]