#NoFilter: Social Media Planning for the Library

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The #NoFilter series explores some of the challenges and concerns that accompany a library’s use of social media. In my January 2017 post, I discussed the importance of generating thoughtful and diverse social media content in order to attract users and stimulate discussion of the library’s materials and services. Part and parcel of the content […]

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LITA Spring 2017 Web Courses

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We’re excited to announce two new LITA web courses for this spring. You can choose between: Beginning Git and GitHub and Project Management for Success Register here, courses are listed by date and you need to log in. Here are the details. Beginning Git and GitHub Instructors: Kate Bronstad, Web Developer, Tufts University Libraries; and Heather […]

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Travel scholarships available for LITA’s AvramCamp

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Do you want to participate in AvramCamp, LITA’s AdaCamp-inspired event, a one-day unconference for women in library technology, at ALA Annual in Chicago? Would travel funding help you to attend? Thanks to support from our sponsors, LITA is offering several $500 travel scholarships (apply here). Scholarships will be awarded competitively based on the committee’s ranking […]

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LITA Avram Camp preconference at the 2017 ALA Annual Conference in Chicago

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Don’t miss this exciting networking and learning opportunity to attend the LITA AvramCamp, a AdaCamp-inspired event Friday June 23, 2017, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Northwestern University Libraries, Evanston, IL Discover ALA Annual Ticketed Events Register for ALA Annual events Women in technology face numerous challenges in their day-to-day work. If you would like to join […]

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