Monday, July 6, 2009
Thursday, April 30, 2009
LITAcamp is now on Twitter! http://twitter.com/litacamp
Find us, Follow us, Feedback us! Official hashtag : #litacamp09
LITAcamp is THE library technology unconference for lib-techies by lib-techies. We understand the power of technology to expand reach, share information, and build community. Tweet #litacamp09 with conference highlights, observations, tips of the trade, best practices, and feedback.
Can't attend? Follow conference activity in real-time at http://search.twitter.com/search?q=litacamp09, grab the RSS feed, participate via Twitter @replies, and make connections with colleagues tweeting about your interests.
Photo happy? Post pictures of LITAcamp on Flickr and tag them litacamp09!
LITAcamp 2009. Wherever you are, be there: May 7-8, 2009.
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
LITACamp, the unconference, May 7-8 in Dublin, Ohio
LITACamp is a place to discuss and explore the latest in library technology topics and speculate on what might be to come.
Our theme, “The Everywhere Library: Creating, Communicating, Integrating” and our award winning keynote speakers, John Blyberg and Joan Frye Williams are perfect for the wide range of unconference possible presentations and discussions about the new and ever changing landscape we work in.
For example OCLC just announced WorldCat Local Quickstart. Marshall Breeding has said of the announcement: “I see this move stirring up the mix of options and opportunities for libraries. Anything that provides new alternatives to libraries is welcome relative to the state of affairs of recent times where libraries feel frustrated by too few options. So we’ve seen open source come in to challenge proprietary systems; we’re seeing initiatives to fundamentally rebuild library automation systems. Now OCLC adds Web-scale, WorldCat-based library automation to the mix. The library automation scene is getting to be more interesting.”
Stirring up. Mix. Options and opportunities. New alternatives. Web- scale. All the very best of reasons to go to LITACamp.
It is not too late to register for LITA Camp. Registration forms are still being accepted via fax or email AND registration will be accepted onsite.
Monday, February 23, 2009
Topic can be things you want to talk about, learn about, or both. Looking forward to seeing what people are interested in!
Monday, February 16, 2009
Monday, December 8, 2008
Infocamp Seattle, for example, used a UStream channel, people put things up on slideshare, etc. It would be great to have a bunch of relevant tools set up (such as they need setting up) before hand to help sessions run smoothly.
Friday, December 5, 2008
LITACamp, The Everywhere Library: Creating, Communicating, IntegratingLITACamp, a library technology un-conference, is scheduled for:
Thursday & Friday, May 7 & 8, 2009LITACamp features a community-driven format. There is no pre-determined session topics or presenters, other than the two daily keynote sessions. Participants create and lead the sessions. Participants determine the topic and format of the sessions, sign up for time slots, and pitch session ideas to all. This format encourages collaboration, interaction, discussion, and real-time innovation.
OCLC Conference Center in Dublin, OH
Our keynotes will be delivered by notables known for pushing library technology to directly serve patrons, and are designed to stimulate discussions and ideas and energize the days' sessions.
Our Keynoters for this year include:
Joan Frye WilliamsVisit the LITACamp wiki for the most current information about the camp, including registration and housing.