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 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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#LITAchat – Digital Collection and Media Wall Projects!

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Join us Friday, May 31, 12:00-1:00pm Central, on Twitter to hear about, discuss, ask questions on several technology-related projects happening in the field. This month we‘ll cover another digital collection project, and a library setting up a “media wall” that displays study room availability, events in the building, as well as social media feeds. Our panel […]

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Interview with LITA chat panelists Plamen Miltenoff and Mark Gill

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The LITA Twitter chat on March 29 (1pm Eastern/12pm Central) will feature two projects and three panelists. In this post, we interview panelist Plamen Miltenoff, MLIS Professor at St. Cloud University. Plamen and colleague Mark Gill, VizLab Director  at St. Cloud University, created an augmented reality prototype for library orientation, and Plamen interviewed librarians from several universities about […]

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Interview with LITA chat panelist Ilana Kingsley

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The LITA Twitter chat on March 29 (1pm Eastern/12pm Central) will feature two projects and three panelists. In this post, we interview panelist Ilana Kingsley (@IlanaKingsley), who just finished a two-year NEH-funded project to create an Islandora repository of material from the Rasmuson Library’s Alaska & Polar Regions Collections & Archives.  Q. Tell us a […]

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#LITAchat – Digital Archive and Extended Reality Projects!

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Join us Friday, March 29, 12:00-1:00pm Central, on Twitter to hear about, discuss, ask questions on several technology-related projects happening in the field. This month we ‘ll cover a grant-funded digital archives project and eXtended Reality (XR) work! Our panel will include: Ilana Kingsley, @IlanaKingsley, Associate Professor of Library Science and the Web Librarian for Rasmuson Library at […]

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#LITAchat – More Fun New Library Tech Projects!

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Join us Friday, January 25, 12:00-1:00pm CDT, on Twitter to hear about, discuss, ask questions on several technology-related projects happening in the field. This month we ‘ll cover another digital collection project, and a novel project utilizing a Raspberry Pi for barcode duplication! Our panel will include: Chris Day, @ChrisDayDigLib, Digital Services Librarian at the School of t […]

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#LITAchat – Fun New Library Tech Projects!

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Join us Friday, November 30, 12:00-1:00pm CDT, on Twitter to hear about, discuss, ask questions on several technology-related projects happening in the field. This month we’ll cover a digital collection infrastructure project, a unique data management project, and a project integrating Amazon’s Alexa with library discovery and calendar services! Our panel will include: Kim Pham, @tolloid, Information […]

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#LITAchat – 2018 LITA Library Technology Forum

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Join us Friday, October 26, 12:00-1:00pm CDT, on Twitter to learn more about the programs, events, and activities at this year’s LITA Library Technology Forum in Minneapolis, MN, November 8-10, 2018. To participate, launch your favorite Twitter app or web browser, search for the #LITAchat hashtag, and select “Latest” to participate and ask questions. Be sure to include […]

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