#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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#LITAchat – Writing for LITA Guides

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Interested in writing for LITA Guides, and about the publishing experience? The LITA Guide Series books from Rowman and Littlefield publishers contain practical, up to date, how-to information. Proposals can be submitted to the Acquisitions editor using this link. Join LITA members and colleagues on Friday, March 30, 1:00-2:00pm EST on Twitter to discuss and […]

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#LITAchat – LITA Membership Benefits

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Interested in joining LITA or already a member and want a refresher on LITA membership benefits? Join members of the Membership Development Committee and other LITA members on Friday, February 23, 1:00-2:00pm EST on Twitter to discuss and ask questions about LITA membership. To participate, launch your favorite Twitter mobile app or web browser and […]

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#LITAchat “What is IoT”

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What is IoT, the Internet of Things, and how can you leverage these new “things” for your library?  From sensors to AI, IoT devices are springing up everywhere.  Join a conversation with Lauren Di Monte from North Carolina State to hear how they have leveraged IoT technologies in their makerspace and discuss general issues related […]

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