Educational Opportunities!!!Posted: June 14, 2012 Filed under: ALA, ARLIS/NA, Digital Libraries, Lectures, Opportunities: Calls for Papers, Opportunities: Conferences, Opportunities: Events, Opportunities: Mentoring, Professional Associations, reference, Technology, [ ArLiSNAP ], [ Opportunities ] | Tags: ALA, education, Lectures, Web 2.0, [ Opportunities ] Comments Off on Educational Opportunities!!!
Lots this week! Let’s start with the one that happens tomorrow:
LYRASIS Ideas & Insights Webinar
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> and hear how information organizations are challenging traditional ideas about space in libraries, and placing collections, staff and resources in the best possible position to meet user needs – in the cloud, in the digital realm, on site and online – into the future.
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June 15, 2012
11 a.m. – 4 p.m. ET
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* Stacie Ledden and Logan Macdonald, AnyThink Libraries, Rangeview Library District, CO: Creating an Experience Library
* Chad Nelson and Barbara Petersohn, Georgia State University: The Care and Feeding of Digital Collections
* Dr. Curtis R. Rogers, State Library of South Carolina: Social Media, Libraries, and Web 2.0: How American Libraries are Using New Tools for Public Relations and to Attract New Users
New Book Information Literacy Beyond Library 2.0
CHICAGO — In the three years since the publication of the best-selling “Information Literacy Meets Library 2.0,” the information environment has changed dramatically, becoming increasingly dominated by the social and the mobile.
The new book “Information Literacy Beyond Library 2.0” picks up the conversation, asking the big questions facing those who teach information literacy: where have we come from, where are we now, and where are we going.
Presenting answers from a range of contributors, editors Peter Godwin and Jo Parker divide their book into three distinct sections. Part 1 explores the most recent trends in technology, consumption and literacy, while Part 2 is a resource bank of international case studies that demonstrate the key trends and their effect on information literacy, offering numerous innovative ideas that can be put into practice. Part 3 assesses the impact of these changes on librarians and what skills and knowledge they must acquire to evolve alongside their users. Among the key topics explored are:
- The evolution of “online” into the social Web as mainstream;
- How social media tools are used in information literacy;
- The impact of mobile devices on information literacy delivery;
- Shifting literacies, such as metaliteracy, transliteracy and media literacy, and their effect on information literacy.
Anyone charged with developing and delivering information literacy programs, as well as library professionals concerned with library instruction and digital technologies, will find the information in this book stimulating and useful.
Godwin is academic liaison librarian at the University of Bedfordshire, UK and Parker is the head of information literacy at the Open University Library, UK.
Source and Fulltext Available At
[ http://ref-notes.blogspot.com/2012/06/new-book-information-literacy-beyond.html ]
Registration is now open for the 2nd Annual Summer Retreat for Librarians at Chapman University’s Leatherby Libraries!
Date: Friday, June 29, 2012
Time: 9am – 3pm
Place: Chapman University’s Leatherby Libraries in Orange, California Website (for more information and to register): http://www1.chapman.edu/library/teaching/
Vision: The summer teaching retreat at Chapman University’s Leatherby Libraries was created to build community amongst instruction librarians and library school students from Orange County and the surrounding areas. The retreat provides unique and practical presentations. Participants have opportunities to share teaching experiences, ideas, and resources during lively break-out sessions as the practices and innovative ideas of local librarians are discovered. Ideally, participants leave the retreat with a larger network of resources and contacts, as well as inspiration to creatively expand their library instruction repertoire.
Retreat Schedule and Presentation Descriptions: http://www1.chapman.edu/library/teaching/schedule.html
The deadline to register is June 15. Registration will be capped at 80 participants and is on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Please direct questions on registration to Wenling Tseng at email@example.com or 714-532-7720.
General questions on the retreat may be directed to Annie Knight (firstname.lastname@example.org or 714-532-7736) or Stacy Russo (email@example.com or 714-564-6712).
International Conference on Trends in Knowledge and Information Dynamics
10-13 July, 2012
Documentation Research and Training Centre (DRTC)
Indian Statistical Institute (ISI)
Venue: NIMHANS Convention Center, Nimhans Hospital Premises, Hosur Road,
Documentation Research and Training Centre (DRTC) established by Prof. S R
Ranganathan in 1962, is a research centre at Indian Statistical Institute (ISI)
conducting Research, Training and Higher Education in the field Library and
Information Sciences and allied areas. In the last five decades, DRTC has
been involved in Research, Education, Training and cutting edge applications of
Information and Communication Technology to Libraries and Information Centres,
Knowledge centers and systems. 2012 marks the Golden Jubilee of DRTC and we are
happy to host as part of ‘Golden Jubilee Celebrations’, the ‘International
Conference on Trends in Knowledge and Information Dynamics’ (ICTK-2012).
Broadly the themes of the conference are divided into main streams (in parallel
sessions on all the days of the conference):
Stream 1: Trends in Library Education and Research
Stream 2: Trends in Public Library Services
Stream 3: Trends in Domain Specific Information Systems and Services
Stream 4: Trends in Open Access to Information and Data
Stream 5: Trends in ICT applications to Library and Information Science
For details visit us on http://drtc.isibang.ac.in/ictk/subthemes
ICTK 2012 includes sessions of invited talks by renowned in the field of
Library and Information Science from around the globe on various topics related
to the above mentioned five streams covering various aspects of current
interest and popular trends. The conference serves as an International
Platforms for dissemination of information of International research and
collaborative projects such as European Commission infrastructure projects.
Experts Panel on Open Access to Information and Public Libraries present
experts’ views from around the world. In addition to plenary spearker of
International repute, we plan to have panel discussions on Higher Education and
International Collaborative Research in LIS, Public Libraries, Agricultural
Information Systems, Open Access to Information
List of invited speakers
Dr. Jagdish Arora
Dr. Roberto Barbero
Dr. Donatella Castelli
Prof. Fausto Giunchiglia,
University of Trento
Dr. Johannes Keizer
Prof. Dr. Norbert Lossau
Goettingen State and University Library
Dr. Alberto Masoni
Dr. Carlos Morais Pires,
Dr. Federico Ruggieri
Dr. Alma Swan
Key Perspectives Ltd,
Prof. Anna Maria Tammaro
University of Parma
Dr. Stuart Wiebel
Senior Research Scientist, OCLC
Last date of registration : 30 June 2012
Details of registration at http://drtc.isibang.ac.in/ictk/registration
Prof. A.R.D. Prasad (Convener – ICTK-2012)
Documentation Research & Training Centre (DRTC),
Indian Statistical Institute (I.S.I),
8th Mile, Mysore Road, R.V. College Post,
Bangalore – 560 059, Karnataka INDIA
Phone: +91-80-2848 2711
Fax : 91-80-2848 4265
E-mail ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration closes on Sunday, June 17 for the next offering of RUSA’s online course “Introduction to Spatial Literacy and Online Mapping”.
This asynchronous course will run June 18-July 8.
Group registration rates are available for 2 or more registrants from the same library, library system or network–more information here: http://www.ala.org/rusa/development/onlinece
Register online now for this class: http://www.ala.org/Template.cfm?Section=oloc&Template=/Conference/ConferenceList.cfm&ConferenceTypeCode=L
This three week course will introduce students and library staff to a variety of mapping tools and GIS technologies that are of interest to both public and academic library users. Librarians will be able to apply their newly developed Web 2.0 mapping skills in their reference work, and liaison responsibilities. Through hands-on exercises, demonstrations and presentations, the librarian will receive a thorough overview of GIS-related technologies that they may be exposed to in the library.
Instructor: Eva Dodsworth, geospatial data services librarian at the University of Waterloo Map Library in Waterloo, Ontario
Questions about registration? Contact email@example.com or 800-545-2433, option 5. Questions about the course? Contact RUSA Web Manager Andrea Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RUSA 101 Online
Are you interested in any of the following?
Emerging technologies in reference
Specialized business reference
Managing local history collections
Interlibrary loan and resource sharing
Reference and outreach to special populations
If you said YES to any of the above, there’s a place in RUSA for you!
Find out more about RUSA, the Reference and User Services Association, at RUSA 101.
You’ll learn about what RUSA and its sections do, how to get involved, how to stay informed in our activities, and get any of your RUSA questions answered.
RUSA 101 Online
No registration required! Feel free to drop in to any of the sessions below.
Access information can be found at the bottom of this email.
· Friday, June 1, 10:00am-11:00am PT/12:00pm-1:00pm CT/1:00pm-2:00pm ET
· Wednesday, June 6, 1:00pm-2:00pm PT/3:00pm-4:00pm CT/4:00pm-5:00pm ET
· Monday, June 11, 10:00am-11:00am PT/12:00pm-1:00pm CT/1:00pm-2:00pm ET
· Friday, June 15, 1:00pm-2:00pm PT/3:00pm-4:00pm CT/4:00pm-5:00pm ET
· Monday, June 18, 10:00am-11:00am PT/12:00pm-1:00pm CT/1:00pm-2:00pm ET
RUSA 101 @ ALA Annual 2012
No registration required! Besides having an opportunity to learn more about RUSA and meet RUSA members, we’ll have raffle prizes!
· Friday, June 22, 2012 || 3:00pm -4:00pm
Hilton Anaheim – Oceanside Room
Access Information for RUSA 101 Online
To get the most out of your web conference experience, it is best to use a headset. If you do not have a headset, please use headphones/earbuds to plug into your speaker. This will eliminate audio issues.
Session URL: https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?password=M.F71930E6E64800139C18D122D0C4DD&sid=2011689
ALA Conference Mentors and Mentees
Calling all students, new professionals, and first time ALA Annual Conference attendees! Would you like to meet with an experienced ALA conference representative while attending your first ALA Annual Conference in Anaheim, CA? If so, The New Members Round Table (NMRT) of ALA is sponsoring a conference mentoring program that will pair new attendees with people who have attended more ALA Annual Conferences.
Please fill out the following questionnaire to participate. A member of the NMRT Mentoring Committee will be in touch with information about your match. It is up to you to connect with your match and set up time(s) to meet while at the conference.
Questions? Email: NMRT_Mentoring@yahoo.com
Have you attended a couple of ALA Conferences and want to give back to the next generation of librarians? If so, The New Members Round Table (NMRT) of ALA is sponsoring a conference mentoring program that will pair new attendees with people who have attended more ALA Annual Conferences.
Please fill out the following questionnaire to participate. A member of the NMRT Mentoring Committee will be in touch with information about your match. It is up to you to connect with your match and set up time(s) to meet while at the conference.
Questions? Email: NMRT_Mentoring@yahoo.com
IMHO > Two *Most Excellent* Keynotes from the recent IATUL conference in Singapore
1 > Libraries, Technocentricity and Learning : Changes in Learning, Research and Information Needs and Behavior of Users
Prof. Rakesh Kumar (The University of New South Wales, Australia)
2 > Technology & Innovations in Libraries and Their Impact on Learning, Research and Users
Joe Murphy (Librarian, Trend Spotter / Trend Setter & IMHO: Librarian Extradordinaire)
BTW: There was a 3rd Keynote titled _Trends, Possibilities and Scenarios for User-Centred Libraries_ by Dr. Susan Gibbons, University Librarian, Yale University, but there is a known problem with the A/V [:-(]
Note-1: Each A/V link also links to the video poster sessions …
Note-2: Each post includes links to other presentation / sessions titles and speakers …
How are libraries using both physical and virtual spaces to meet the needs and demands of library users?
Libraries are changing from spaces where we “marc and park” volumes of print material into more vibrant and vital organizations that focus on both internal and external access to services and information.
The 3rd annual ShareAcademy will be held on Tuesday, August 7th, 2012 at the CPCC Harris campus in Charlotte, NC. The theme for this year’s ShareAcademy is:
“Under New Management: Adventures in Leadership”
2nd CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Share with us your challenges, joys, reflections, techniques, skills and eye-opening moments about becoming a better, more efficient, more productive leader and manager. What habits or tricks have you learned or utilized to manage yourself, your time or your staff? How have you identified your strengths and skills and used them to your best advantage?
Workshop proposals are expected to be interactive, hands-on, and engaging for participants.
Call for proposals CLOSES: June 22
ShareAcademy Registration OPENS: June 26
*ShareAcademy is created and hosted by CPCC Library, but is open to anyone interested in the conference theme. Our primary goal is to provide a conference full of practical, hands-on material for its attendees.*
Submit your proposal here! http://www.cpcc.edu/library/shareacademy
The coeditors for ARLIS/NA Reviews (http://www.arlisna.org/pubs/reviews/index.html) are seeking reviewers for the September/October 2012 edition.
You must notify one of the coeditors by no later than Friday, June 15 of your interest in reviewing one of the titles listed below. Please note in your response if your subject background or expertise matches the subject matter of the book. Also, you must be able to meet an August 3, 2012 deadline with a 450 word review.
How a Revolutionary Art Became Official Culture: Murals, Museums, and the Mexican State,by Mary K. Coffey
Iroquois Art, Power, and History, by Neal B. Keating
Replacing Home: From Primordial Hut to Digital Network in Contemporary Art, by Jennifer Johung
Spatialities: The Geographies of Art and Architecture, ed. by Judith Rugg and Craig Martin
Doug Litts & Terrie Wilson
email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
ARLIS/NA Reviews Co-Editors
CHArt 28TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Consume: Respond – Digital Engagement with Art
**The CHArt committee has extended the deadline for proposals to June 20, 2012.
Thursday 15 – Friday 16 November 2012, Central London venue TBC
Since its foundation in 1985 CHArt has engaged in topical issues in
Digital Art History. This year CHArt is looking at how new developments in information and communications technology affect the ways in which we engage with art. New forms of digital display or emerging modes of viewing art may have profound effects on both our understanding of the artwork itself (the way we consume it) and our ability or appetite for describing, curating and managing it (how we respond to it).
CHArt invites papers that examine emerging practice and where it impacts upon digital art practice, research and curation. Areas for consideration include:
* Control of authorship, ownership and access
* Collaboration and the interdisciplinary break-down
* Participation, quick response and interaction
* Consumption, re-use and mashup
* Mobile technology, apps and education
* Connections between art, interface design, usability and user experience
* Globalisation, agility, dissemination and big data
* Liquidity and permeability of digital culture
Contributions are welcome from all sections of the CHArt community: art historians, artists, architects and architectural theorists and historians, philosophers, curators, conservators, scientists, cultural and media theorists, archivists, technologists and educationalists.
Submissions should be in the form of a 300-400 word synopsis of the proposed paper with brief biographical information (no more than 200 words) of presenter/s, and should be emailed email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org > by Friday, June 1st
Wednesday, June 20th 2012. Please note that submissions exceeding the stated
word count will not be considered.
Postgraduate students are encouraged to submit a proposal. CHArt is able to offer assistance with the conference fees for up to four student delegates. Priority will be given to students whose papers are accepted for presentation. An application form and proof of university enrolment will be required. For further details about the Helene Roberts Bursary please email email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org >.
CFP: Digital Frontiers
The deadline for submissions for Digital Frontiers – a conference and THATCamp for and about the diverse communities using digital tools for research, teaching, and learning – is fast approaching. Please send us proposals for individual papers, fully-constituted panels, posters, and THATCamp workshops! (Apologies for cross-posting – we’re just really excited to see your submissions!) Check out the CFP below or visit https://digitalfrontiers.unt.edu
The University of North Texas Libraries and The Portal to Texas History invite proposals for Digital Frontiers, a conference on using digital resources for research, teaching, and learning.
Digital libraries provide unprecedented access to a wide array materials. This has dramatically expanded the possibilities of primary source research in the humanities and related fields. We seek submissions of individual papers, fully-constituted panels, workshops or posters based on research using digitized objects, whether they are hosted on the University of North Texas Libraries’ Portal to Texas History or are from other digital repositories.
We encourage contributions from scholars, educators, genealogists, archivists, technologists, librarians, and students. The goals of this conference are to bring a broad community of users together to share their work and to explore the value and the impact that digital resources have on education and research.
• Specific ways digital libraries have impacted research
• Digital tools for conducting research – data and text mining, data
• Using digital collections in K-12, undergraduate, and graduate
• Using digital libraries for research on any of the following topics:
African-American history / Asian-American history / agriculture and animal husbandry / cartography, mapping, and GIS / civil rights movements / Civil War / collaboration in public humanities projects / electronic and born-digital art / feminism and women’s issues / genealogy and family histories / history and digitization of regional newspapers / history of religions and religious institutions / immigration and migration / Latino/a & Chicano/a histories / local history / LGBT history / military and veteran’s history / digital resources in museums and libraries / music recordings and performance / myths, urban and local legends, and folklore / Native American history / oral histories and personal narratives / photography and visual arts / regional authors / slavery and abolition / state and local politics / Texana and regional literature /
Digital Frontiers is accepting proposals for:
• Individual papers (20 minutes)
• Panels (75 minutes – 3 individual papers + discussion)
• Roundtable discussions (75 minutes – 5-7 speakers + discussion)
• THATCamp workshop or tutorial (2 hours)
• Poster (36” x 48”)
• E-mail proposals or inquiries to email@example.com
• Abstracts should be no more than 250 words in length; proposals for
fully constituted panels or roundtables should include abstracts for each presentation.
• Please provide a brief professional bio and specify any A/V or other
technical needs with your proposal.
• June 15, 2012: proposals due
• June 30, 2012: notification of acceptance
• September 21, 2012: Conference
• September 22, 2012: THATCAMP
From Records to Data: Seeing and Sharing Digital Cultural Heritage Collections Differently with RecollectionPosted: May 6, 2011 Filed under: Digital Libraries, Images, Lectures, Opportunities: Professional Development, Records Management, Visual Resources, [ Opportunities ] | Tags: brooklyn public library, cultural heritage, digital collections, Digital Curation, Lectures, MODS, NDIIPP, open source, recollection, Software, Technical Services, trevor owens Comments Off on From Records to Data: Seeing and Sharing Digital Cultural Heritage Collections Differently with Recollection
From Records to Data: Seeing and Sharing Digital Cultural Heritage Collections Differently with Recollection
Brooklyn Public Library
Trevor Owens, Digital Archivist with the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP) at the Library of Congress, will give a lecture titled “From Records to Data: Seeing and Sharing Digital Cultural Heritage Collections Differently with Recollection” at Brooklyn Public Library’s Dr. S. Stevan Dweck Center for Contemporary Culture on Thursday, May 19th from 3-4:30pm.
Owens will introduce and demonstrate the utility of Recollection, a free open source platform for generating and customizing views (interactive maps, timelines, facets, tag clouds) that allow scholars, librarians and curators to explore digital collections in novel and intuitive ways. This demonstration will show how content stewards can ingest collections from spreadsheets, sets of MODS records, or RSS and Atom feeds and then generate a range of interactive visualizations, including charts and maps, as well as sophisticated faceted browser interfaces for users of their digital collections.
We especially invite students and professionals interested in cultural heritage, digital curation and preservation, information visualization and other similar fields to attend.
Brooklyn Public Library
10 Grand Army Plaza
International Librarianship event at Baruch CollegePosted: April 8, 2011 Filed under: Advice, Advice: Students, Lectures, Libraries and Collections, News, Opportunities: Events | Tags: education, International, international librarianship, Lectures, sla-ny Comments Off on International Librarianship event at Baruch College
SLA-NY invites you to an exclusive students-only event on International Librarianship featuring Jane Kinney Meyers, founder of the Lubuto Library Project.
Jane Kinney Meyers is a professional librarian with 20 years of experience working and living in Africa. While living in Malawi for four years, she developed a network of research libraries for the country’s Ministry of Agriculture under the auspices of the World Bank. Ten years later she returned to neighboring Zambia, where she worked on projects for the American Library Association and Johns Hopkins University. While there, she became involved with services to street children offered by the Fountain of Hope, a drop-in shelter in Lusaka, Zambia. Serving on the shelter’s board, she established a reading program and created a library for the children. Upon her return to the U.S. in 2001, she developed the concept, approach and organization of the Lubuto Library Project, based on the success and impact of the library in Lusaka.
Please join us at Baruch College on Thursday, April 14, 2011 from 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm for a presentation and meet-and-greet with Jane. This event will take place in Room 135 at Baruch’s conveniently located Information and Technology Building at 151 East 25th Street in Manhattan. Please announce your presence at the Public Safety Desk just before the turnstiles to gain admittance into the building. For a map to Baruch, visit:
Please RSVP by noon on Wednesday, April 13th at http://tinyurl.com/april142011.
All students are welcome – SLA Membership is encouraged but not required in order to attend this event.
Fundraising for Preservation and Conservation workshopsPosted: April 1, 2011 Filed under: Archival Management, Art Librarianship, Instruction, Lectures, Opportunities: Professional Development, Workshops | Tags: conservation, conservation and preservation, conservation center for art & historic artifacts, education, Lectures, maymont foundation, preservation, Workshops Comments Off on Fundraising for Preservation and Conservation workshops
Fundraising for Preservation and Conservation workshops
Presented by the Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts
WATERFORD, NY – APRIL 27, 2011
Hosted and cosponsored by:
Bureau of Historic Sites
Peebles Island Resource Center (PIRC)
Division for Historic Preservation
NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and
RICHMOND, VA – APRIL 29, 2011
Virginia Association of Museums
Virginia Conservation Association
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Through thoughtful planning and effective grant writing, your organization can be competitive in the race for public and private funding to preserve cultural collections. This workshop will examine the planning process that funders want to see in place and the components that make a grant request compelling. With examples drawn from success stories at museums, historic sites, libraries, and archives, program participants will gain an understanding of how to effectively develop and implement a funding strategy to raise money for their collections.
The workshop will address:
§ Planning: Moving from a preservation needs assessment to a funding strategy
§ Potential funding sources: Triaging your time to focus on your best funding prospects
§ Writing the request: Anticipating the funder’s questions and answering them concisely
§ Evaluation: Incorporating the new standards
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Lee Price, Director of Development at the Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts, has worked as a fundraising consultant for many regional and national cultural institutions. He has written successful grant requests for preservation funding from the Institute for Museum and Library Services, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Endowment for the Arts, and Save America’s Treasures.
LOCATIONS, DATES & TIMES
Waterford, NY – April 27, 2011
Peebles Island Resource Center (PIRC)
Peebles Island State Park
Waterford, NY 12188
Richmond, VA- April 29, 2011
1700 Hampton Street
Richmond, VA 23220
8:45 am – 9:15 am: Registration & Refreshments
9:15 am – 4:45 pm: Program
4:45 pm: Optional Tours: Maymont Mansion, Richmond, VA & Conservation Laboratory, PIRC, Waterford, NY
Registration & Payment
Program Fee: $110
Registration Deadline: 2 weeks prior to program date
Registration, secure credit card payment, and additional program information are available at:
§ Lunch will not be provided. However, a list of local restaurants will be available and
participants are welcome to bring lunch.
§ Refunds will be given until two weeks prior to the program date, minus a $25 cancellation fee.
§ If you have special needs, please contact CCAHA three weeks prior to the workshop date so that accommodations can be made.
The Academy of Certified Archivists will award five Accreditation Recertification Credits (ARCs) to eligible Certified Archivists (CAs) attending this program. For more information, go to: http://www.certifiedarchivists.org.
The Virginia Association of Museums (VAM) will award one credit in External Affairs or Collections Management to students in the Virginia Certificate in Museum Management program who attend this program. For more information about the VAM program, go to: http://www.vamuseums.org
This program was made possible with generous funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
To learn more about CCAHA and its programs and services, please visit our website at www.ccaha.org.
Questions? Call CCAHA Preservation Services at 215.545.0613 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Defining the Digital Humanities event at Columbia UniversityPosted: March 31, 2011 Filed under: Academic Librarianship, Lectures, Libraries: Academic Art & Architecture, News, Opportunities: Professional Development, Technology, Workshops, [ ArLiSNAP ] | Tags: columbia university, digital humanities, Lectures, scholarly communication 1 Comment
What do digital humanities scholars see as the potential of this interdisciplinary field?
Defining the Digital Humanities
Wednesday, April 6, 2011, 12:00-2:00 PM
555 Lerner Hall, Morningside
Guests who do not have a Columbia University ID must RSVP to email@example.com by Tuesday, April 5.
Panelists include Dan Cohen, Director of the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University; Federica Frabetti, Senior Lecturer in the Communication, Media and Culture Program at Oxford Brookes University, UK; and Dino Buzzetti, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Bologna. More information.
RESEARCH WITHOUT BORDERS EVENT SERIES
The Scholarly Communication Program at CU Libraries/Information Services presents a speaker series for the 2010-11 academic year on today’s pivotal issues in scholarly communication.
Join us for the third year of events exploring changes in how scholars and researchers create, share, reuse, and preserve new knowledge. The series is free and open to the public.
For more info, email Kathryn Pope at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://scholcomm.columbia.edu.
Follow the events remotely on Twitter at http://twitter.com/ScholarlyComm.
This Friday: ARLIS/NA Chat on Branding the Arts LibraryPosted: February 22, 2010 Filed under: ARLIS/NA, Lectures, Opportunities: Professional Development, Outreach | Tags: Chats, Lectures, marketing, Outreach, Professional Development, Webcasts Comments Off on This Friday: ARLIS/NA Chat on Branding the Arts Library
Don’t forget that ARLIS/NA’s Chat Series is offering up a great discussion later this week! I personally recommend “Marketing Today’s Academic Library” to anyone who is interested in user experience and branding for libraries. It’s a thought-provoking read and this week’s discussion promises to be every bit as interesting.
Technical info and details about past and upcoming chats at: http://www.arlisna.org/chats/index.html
In Search of Meaning: Building a Brand for an Arts Library
We will look at ways you can measure and build brand awareness for your library. In preparation for this chat, we recommend you take a look at Brian’s book “Marketing Today’s Academic Library” which includes helpful examples for library marketing and outreach. Although the focus is academic libraries, much of what is discussed may be applied to any type of library.
Moderator: Brian Mathews, author of Marketing Today’s Academic Library.
Friday, February 26, 2010, 11am Pacific – 12pm Mountain – 1pm Central – 2pm Eastern
- What is the difference between marketing, branding, advertising, and outreach?
- What is unique about Arts libraries?
- What do your patrons think about your library? How do you know?
- What types of marketing research have you conducted?
- What are some techniques and strategies you can use for building your brand?
Professional workshops & conferences roundupPosted: January 26, 2010 Filed under: Lectures, Opportunities: Conferences, Opportunities: Professional Development, Professional Associations, SEI | Tags: conferences, events, Lectures, Virtual Reality, Web 2.0, webinar Comments Off on Professional workshops & conferences roundup
I know you all are stoked for ARLIS/NA Annual in Boston – here are some other great events, workshops and conferences that may also be of interest.
SEI Pro – Summer Educational Institute For Visual Resources & Image Management – registration has officially opened.
Albuquerque, NM, June 8 – 11, 2010
This intensive workshop is intended to provide advanced instruction in visual resources and image collection management. ARLIS/NA and the VRAF are developing a special curriculum to offer in-depth training that is often not found in library and information science degree programs.
Info at http://www.vrafoundation.org/sei2010/
Online education offered by Lyrasis
This is just a small selection of upcoming events and workshops. Visit www.lyrasis.org for full schedule, Keyword: Classes and Events. Students and unemployed librarians receive a 50% discount, call for more info.
- 20 Questions: Art Resources
02/02/2010 10:00am-12:00pm EST
- Digital Collections: Where to Begin?
02/04/2010 10:00am-12:00pm EST
- Changes Ahead with AACR2, RDA, and FRBR
02/04/2010, 2:00pm-4:00pm EST
- Pop Culture Literacy: Keeping Up With Your Patrons
02/09/2010 – 02/10/2010, 2:00pm-4:00pm EST
- Gaming in Libraries
02/16/2010, 10:00am-12:00pm EST
- Understanding Digital Photographs
02/18/2010, 10:00am-12:00pm EST
There are also few notable events related to mobile and virtual library and museum services:
Library in Your Pocket: Strategies and Techniques for Developing Successful Mobile Services (Free online webinar)
Hosted by EDUCAUSE Live! ; presenters: David Woodbury and Jason Casden from North Carolina State University.
This ‘sold out’ event has passed, but if you missed it, you can view the event archive (sound and images) at http://www.educause.edu/Resources/LibraryinYourPocketStrategiesa/195003
Handheld Librarian (Virtual Conference)
Online, February 17 – 18
Featuring a wide array of collaboration, learning and networking activities focused on Mobile Library Services.
Conference website: http://www.handheldlibrarian.org/
Going Mobile: Planning for Audience, Content and Technology in the Museum (Seminar)
San Diego, February 16 – 17
This two-day seminar is for museum professionals who want to explore the value of mobile devices and portable computing for their institutions, patrons and learners with renowned leaders in the new media field. Attendees will learn how to evaluate technology platforms and options, create interpretive content and deploy systems for supporting them.
Seminar Website: http://www.bpoc.org/mobile
The Future is Now: Libraries and Museums in Virtual Worlds (Virtual Conference)
Online, March 5-6, 2010
This weekend conference is presented by the ALA VCL MIG (Virtual Communities and Libraries, Member Initiative Group) and the ACRL Virtual Worlds Interest Group. Expect presentations and panel discussions, as well as tours, demonstrations, poster sessions, social gatherings, and other events presented in OPAL, Second Life and other virtual worlds. Discounts for ALA Members, students, and others.
Conference Website: http://www.opal-online.org/finindex.htm
Free Web Lecture: Charting Their Journeys: Explorers Record the Americas, 1500 – 1900Posted: October 16, 2007 Filed under: Lectures | Tags: Lectures Comments Off on Free Web Lecture: Charting Their Journeys: Explorers Record the Americas, 1500 – 1900
Charting Their Journeys: Explorers Record the Americas, 1500 – 1900From the search for a new trade route to the Orient to the race for a
lunar landing, explorers have charted their journeys in wonderfully
pictorial maps. What were the explorers’ impressions? What
experiences and observations prompted the explorers to record them on
maps and charts? Who knew what, when? Join Ed Redmond, Geography and
Map Reference Specialist, Library of Congress, as we glimpse these
journeys to the Americas through the eyes of those who lived them.
Brought to you by the librarians of the Library of Congress.
When: Wednesday, October 17, 2:00 p.m. (E.D.T.), 1:00 p.m. CST
To attend, go to
1. Click the “Download Here” button in the light blue rectangle
in the center of the screen.
2. Follow the directions to download and install the plugin.
3. Click the link in the orange rectangle to enter the room.
4. A gray box will appear with text asking permission to launch an
external application, webconference plugin. When the grayed out text
“Launch application” becomes black, click the “Launch
5. Type your name (no password is necessary) for the conference and
click “Logon” to enter the online conference. NOTE: Allow yourself time to download the small software plugin needed
to participate in the conference. Depending on your network security
requirements, you may need assistance from your local technical support
group to download and install the plugin. Actual installation should be
very quick, depending on your computer and connectivity. Use of
Internet Explorer is recommended. The conference provides text chat and
Voice over IP (VoIP). To fully participate, consider attaching a
microphone to your computer.
For more information about upcoming programs, see Online Programming
for All Libraries (OPAL) at http://www.opal-online.org/progschrono.htm.
To learn more about the Library of Congress, see http://www.loc.gov/,
Geography & Map Division –
Map Collections, American Memory –
Virtual Programs & Services – http://www.loc.gov/rr/program/