Don’t miss your chance to register online for the 2014 LITA Forum “From Node to Network” to be held Nov. 5-8, 2014 at the Hotel Albuquerque in Albuquerque N.M. Online registration closes October 27, 2014. You can register on site, but it’s so much easier to have it all taken care of before you arrive in Albuquerque.
Book your room at the Hotel Albuquerque. The guaranteed LITA room rate date has passed, but when you call at: 505-843-6300 ask for the LITA room rate, there might be a few rooms left in our block.
Three keynote speakers will be featured at this year’s forum:
- AnnMarie Thomas, Engineering Professor, University of St. Thomas
- Lorcan Dempsey, Vice President, OCLC Research and Chief Strategist
- Kortney Ryan Ziegler, Founder Trans*h4ck.
More than 30 concurrent colleague inspired sessions and a dozen poster sessions will provide a wealth of practical information on a wide range of topics.
Two preconference workshops will also be offered;
- Dean B. Krafft and Jon Corson-Rikert of Cornell University Library will present
“Linked Data for Libraries: How libraries can make use of Linked Open Data to share information about library resources and to improve discovery, access, and understanding for library users”
- Francis Kayiwa of Kayiwa Consulting will present
“Learn Python by Playing with Library Data”
Networking opportunities, a major advantage of a smaller conference, are an important part of the Forum. Take advantage of the Thursday evening reception and sponsor showcase, the Thursday game night, the Friday networking dinners or Kitchen Table Conversations, plus meals and breaks throughout the Forum to get to know LITA leaders, Forum speakers, sponsors, and peers.
Visit the LITA website for more information.
Library and Information Technology Association (LITA) members are information technology professionals dedicated to educating, serving, and reaching out to the entire library and information community. LITA is a division of the American Library Association.
LITA and the LITA Forum fully support the Statement of Appropriate Conduct at ALA Conferences