(From LITA-L): The PowerPoint slides and resource list from the “Policies and Practices of Institutional Repositories” program at Annual 2005 are available on the Emerging Tech. Interest Group site.
In which I summarize the excellent program on Shibboleth from Saturday afternoon, June 25th, though it be a full week after the fact.
Added more notes and picture to Greenstone post. Added lots more pictures to OCLC Bloggers post. Didn’t blog the LITA awards reception earlier, so I’ll just post a photo from it here: Apparently wherever there was free food, I was there with the camera 🙂
6/25/2005 RUSA/MARS User Access to Services Committee Do You Trust Your IT Staff? Do They Trust you? Talk about a topic close to my heart! Though somehow, in thinking about it before the conference, in my mind it morphed into â€œDoes Your It Staff Hate You?â€ In fact, around Wednesday, I had to talk to […]
Frances Maloy, ACRL President, 2004-2005, opened the ACRL Presidentâ€™s Program on Monday, June 27, 2005 with a report on the year in review and a statement on the organizationâ€™s progress that brought cheers and applause. Frances set the stage for a terrific program saying, â€œAfter being President for a year, I have concluded that ACRL […]
Part 2 speakers: Ann Caldwell and Terry Reese
In this second half of a 4 hour (!!) program, the presenters included a fair amount of tools demo’ing.
Part I: William Moen, Marty Kurth and Rebecca Guenther
This was an extremely dense but immensely useful session; PowerPoint presentations will be available online at the ALCTS site some time soon (as of June 28 they are not yet linked).
Thankfully this RFID session was much warmer than the experts panel at the Hotel Intercontinental the previous day. Interestingly, I found it to be less well attended. About half of the seats in the ballroom were filled up. I suspect that the LITA top technology trends program drew a lot of potential audience members away. […]
[Updates underscored] Council 3 wrapped up at 12:15 on June 29, very timely and very congenial. Over our three Council meetings we had several items on the agenda that are very LITA-relevant. I will try to provide links to documents if/when they go online. Special thanks to our charming parliamentarian, Eli Mina, who in his […]
Handouts and a photo too!