Beginning Git and GitHub

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In a new LITA web course learn how to use the powerful and popular project management and collaboration tools, Git and GitHub. Perfect for anyone who works with code and on projects such as web sites, apps, classes, scripts, and presentations. Beginning Git and GitHub Instructors: Kate Bronstad, Web Developer, Tufts University Libraries; and Heather […]

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LITA Conference Buddy Program

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Going to ALA Annual this summer? Sign up for the LITA Conference Buddy Program The LITA Conference Buddy Program, which was inspired by the GLBTRT Buddy Program, is designed to make conference attendance more approachable, foster inclusion, and build connections between new LITA members and members who have attended past conferences. We hope that this […]

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Library Blog Basics

I think we can probably agree that libraries are no longer exclusively geographical locations that our users come to: patrons also visit virtually. Many of their tasks at a library’s website are pragmatic — renewing books, checking their records, searching the online catalog and placing holds — but, increasingly, libraries are beginning to think of […]

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Universal Design for Libraries and Librarians a popular repeat LITA web course

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Don’t miss your chance to participate in the repeat of this popular web course. Register now for this  LITA web course: Universal Design for Libraries and Librarians Instructors: Holly Mabry, Digital Services Librarian, Gardner-Webb University; and Jessica Olin, Director of the Library, Robert H. Parker Library, Wesley College Offered May 15 to June 19, 2017. A […]

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2017 LITA Forum – Call for Proposals

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The 2017 LITA Forum Committee seeks proposals for the 20th Annual Forum of the Library Information and Technology Association in Denver, Colorado from November 9-12, 2017. Submit your proposal at this site The Forum Committee welcomes proposals for full-day preconferences, concurrent sessions, workshops, or poster sessions related to all types of libraries: public, school, academic, […]

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