Mindful Tech, a 2 part webinar series with David Levy

Mindful Tech: Establishing a Healthier and More Effective Relationship with Our Digital Devices and Apps Tuesdays, June 7 and 14, 2016, 1:00 – 2:30 pm Central Time David Levy, Information School, University of Washington Register Now for this 2 part webinar “There is a long history of people worrying and complaining about new technologies and […]

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Jobs in Information Technology: May 18, 2016

New vacancy listings are posted weekly on Wednesday at approximately 12 noon Central Time. They appear under New This Week and under the appropriate regional listing. Postings remain on the LITA Job Site for a minimum of four weeks. New This Week University of Rhode Island, Associate Professor, Librarian (Data Services), Kingston, RI Reaching Across Illinois Library System, […]

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The Frivolity of Making

Makerspaces have been widely embraced in public libraries and K-12 schools, but do they belong in higher education? Are makerspaces a frivolous pursuit? When I worked at a public library there was very little doubt about the importance of making and it felt like the entire community was ready for a makerspace. Fortunately, many of […]

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LITA Forum Assessment Task Force Survey

Dear Colleagues, The LITA Forum Assessment Task Force wants your opinions about the impact of LITA Forum and how it fits within the library technology conference landscape. We invite everyone who works in the overlapping space between libraries and technology, whether or not you belong to LITA or have attended the LITA Forum recently (or […]

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Transmission #4

In a fun-filled fourth episode, Begin Transmission sits down with John Klima, Assistant Director at the Waukesha Public Library and LITA Blogger. Learn about Klima’s commitment to public service and steampunk expertise. Begin Transmission will return with our fifth episode on May 31st.

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