Jobs in Information Technology: December 12, 2018

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New vacancy listings are posted weekly on Wednesday at approximately 12 noon Central Time. They appear under New This Week and under the appropriate regional listing. Postings remain on the LITA Job Site for a minimum of four weeks. New This Week Denver Public Library, Special Collections and Digital Archives Manager, Denver, CO The Blake School, Middle School Teacher […]

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Don’t miss the new LITA webinar – Accessibility for All: Screen Readers

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There’s still time to sign up now for Accessibility for All: Screen Readers Over 25 million Americans are blind or have low vision and would benefit from access to a computer equipped with screen reading software. There are many different options available to libraries when choosing which screen reading software to make available to their patrons. […]

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LIS Students: Apply for the Larew Scholarship for Tuition Help

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LITA and Baker & Taylor are accepting applications for the LITA/Christian (Chris) Larew Memorial Scholarship for those who plan to follow a career in library and information technology, demonstrate potential leadership, and hold a strong commitment to library automation. The winner will receive a $3,000 check and a citation. The application form is open through March […]

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Call for Panelists – 2019 ALA Annual Diversity, Equity, and Justice Panel

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LITA is seeking proposals for panelists for our 2019 ALA Annual “Diversity, Equity, and Justice Talks: In and Beyond the Library” program in Washington, DC! The submission deadline is Sunday December 9, 2018. Submit your proposal The program will consist of presentations from three panelists interested in approaching the topic of Diversity, Equity, and Justice from […]

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Accessibility for All: Screen Readers – a LITA webinar

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Sign up now for Accessibility for All: Screen Readers Over 25 million Americans are blind or have low vision and would benefit from access to a computer equipped with screen reading software. There are many different options available to libraries when choosing which screen reading software to make available to their patrons. This 90 minute […]

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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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