Seeking Applications for Blog Editor!

Position Description The LITA Blog Editor has the following responsibilities: Recruitment and training of new authors as needed Developing a posting calendar and review process, and coordinating blog topics to ensure a wide variety of content Conduct regular meetings with the group Attend LITA Communications and Marketing Committee meetings as member Managing special topics, inviting […]

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Seeking Applications for eLearning Coordinator!

Position Description The eLearning Coordinator is charged with handling all of the logistics for scheduling, running, and completing LITA’s webinars and courses. The Coordinator holds a 3-year appointment with an option for one renewal for a maximum of 2 terms. The initial appointment will begin on October 1, 2019, and will continue through the end […]

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Master Your Keynote Presentations with this LITA webinar

Sign up for a repeat of this popular webinar. You Can Keynote! Presenter: Dorothea Salo, Faculty Associate, UW-Madison iSchool Thursday, November 14, 2019 Noon – 1:00 pm Central Time That confident person there on the dais, holding the conference crowd in the palm of their hand? That could be you! In this 60-minute webinar, discover […]

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Take Altmetrics to the Next Level with this LITA webinar

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Sign up for a repeat of this popular LITA webinar. Taking Altmetrics to the Next Level in Your Library’s Systems and Services Instructor: Lily Troia, Solutions Account Manager, Digital ScienceOctober 3, 2019, Noon – 1:30 pm Central time Altmetrics are traditionally viewed as the realm of evaluation and assessment, but altmetric data can offer valuable […]

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Interview with LITA Twitter chat panelist Thomas San Filippo

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The LITA Twitter chat on May 31 (1pm Eastern/12pm Central) will feature two projects and four panelists. In this post, we feature panelist Thomas San Filippo (@WallaceLibrary) from Wheaton College, who will participate along with his colleagues, Kate Boylan, and Mark LeBlanc. They will talk about their project to expand the use of JSTOR Forum […]

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Interview with Ken Varnum, Editor of “New Top Technologies Every Librarian Needs to Know”

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For over the past two decades Ken Varnum has become a leading expert in library technology, focusing his research on discovery systems and library analytics.  He has lent this expertise once again as editor to two recently released titles from ALA publishers, the new LITA Guide New Top Technologies Every Librarian Needs to Know and […]

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Interview with LITA Twitter chat panelist Adam Olsen

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The LITA Twitter chat on May 31 (1pm Eastern/12pm Central) will feature two projects and four panelists. In this post, we interview panelist Adam Olsen (@theloraxster) from Western Carolina University. Western Carolina University recently launched a media wall that displays study room availability, events in the building, and the library’s social media feeds. They are […]

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You can support LITA Avramcamp 2019 today!

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Every year, LITA organizes AvramCamp at ALA Annual, a preconference centering women and non-binary individuals in technology work. This event allows attendees to not only discuss challenges in their work, but build community and self-reflect in a brave space. We are asking for support from you. Your donation supports scholarships for AvramCamp attendees including registration […]

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