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Join us Sunday, June 27, 2010 for the Top Technology Trends panel. The session will be live-blogged by TTT committee members; the live blog will also capture any messages posted to twitter with the hashtag #ttt10. LITA Top Tech Trends 2010 Watch the video
Attending the ALA 2010 Annual Conference in DC this June? Be a part of the fun and blog for LITA! We need volunteers to blog about sessions, speakers, and general conference atmosphere. We would like coverage for as many of the sessions as possible. Visit the BIGWIG LITA Events calendar and pick one (or more) and join the LITA Blogging Community. Interested? Sign up using this form and you’ll be added to the schedule. No experience is required to blog, though we would love to see some of our experienced volunteers back again. If you have any questions, email Cindi Trainor using Facebook or at cindiann at g mail dot com.
Update: did you listen, watch, read or attend? Give us your feedback! 1/24/10 update – Alas, we did not manage to capture the audio, as we had intended, but you can read an abridged summary of the conversation and see all the links shared during the session thanks to one of our committee members. The live blog, comments, and tweets tagged #alamwttt can be viewed below. Join the LITA Top Technology Trends Committee on Sunday, January 17, 2010, 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. E.S.T. for a lively discussion of top technology trends in librarianship, with panelists Amanda Etches-Johnson, Jason Griffey, Joe Murphy, Lauren Pressley, and David Walker. The discussion will be moderated by Gregg Silvis. LITA Top Tech Trends Midwinter 2010
It’s that time again, folks; the semi-annual Top Technology Trends conversation is upon us. This year’s midwinter has us enjoying the history and chill of Boston, but like the last midwinter Top Tech discussion in Denver, you can participate from the warmth of your living room or from wherever you may be, a week from this Sunday. WHERE: Boston Convention Center (BCEC-162A/B), here at litablog.org, from ustream.tv, or via Twitter (#alamwttt) links to follow soon! WHEN: Sunday, January 17, 2010, 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. E.S.T. The start of the second decade of the century starts with five Trendsters who are new to the Top Tech Table: Amanda Etches-Johnson, User Experience Librarian at McMaster University Jason Griffey, Head of Library Information Technology at University of Tennessee, Chattanooga Joe Murphy, Science Librarian, Yale University Lauren Pressley, Instructional Design Librarian, Wake Forest University David Walker, Web Services Librarian, California State University System…
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If you are unable to attend the ALA Annual Conference in Chicago later this week (or if you’re just in the next room), please join the Top Tech Trends 2009 panel on the LITA blog via CoverItLive. Sign up for a reminder below. We want to know what you want to know! Please vote in the topics poll.
Join us virtually at the LITA Town Hall Meeting. If you’re in Denver, we’re in Korbel 2C. LITA Town Hall Meeting MW 2009 Pop Out
Is there a resource or person that you turn to time and again to learn about or brush up on your tech skills? Is there a librarian or professor that you learn from who deserves to have her or his work recognized? Please consider nominating this person for the 2009 LITA/Library Hi-Tech Award. Use this web form or send nomination materials via email to cindi dot trainor at eku dot edu. The deadline for nominations has been extended to December 15, 2008. The award will be given at the 2009 ALA Annual Conference in Chicago. Read the official award press release, including a list of past winners, on LITA’s website.
Nominations are being accepted for the 2009 LITA/Library Hi Tech Award, which is given each year to an individual or institution for outstanding achievement in communication for continuing education in library and information technology. Sponsored by the Library and Information Technology Association (LITA), a division of the American Library Association (ALA), and Library Hi Tech, the award includes a citation of merit and a $1,000 stipend provided by Emerald Publishing Group, publishers of Library Hi Tech. The deadline for nominations is December 1, 2008. The award, given to either an individual or an institution, may recognize a single seminal work or a body of work, created during or continuing into the five years immediately preceding the award year. The body of work need not be limited to published texts, but can include course plans or actual courses and/or non-print publications such as visual media, for example. More information and a…