Drupal4Lib Interest Group


Explore and promote the use of Drupal among libraries and librarians, facilitating communication and establishing best practices.


Melissa Prentice (Liaison, July 1, 2008, to March 10, 2014)

Displaying active committee roster as of 07/01/2008. Last retrieved on 06/24/2018. Members can log in to view full contact information for committee members.


Interest groups are completely self-initiated and not appointed by LITA officers.  Membership consists of any number of participants and is open to LITA members.  The leadership of each group is selected by the group.


The LITA Drupal4Lib Interest Group was formed during the 2008 ALA Annual Conference at a Drupal BoF (Birds of a Feather) meeting.  The informal gathering consisted of about 20 librarians with varying experience with content management systems.  Some participants attended the BoF to research content management systems, others came demonstrate their Drupal-powered library sites or personal projects.  During the meeting, attendees collected signatures to set up the Drupal interest group.  Leo Klein and Ian Chan volunteered to serve as co-chairs.  The name ‘Drupal4Lib’ was choosen and the attendees decided the purpose of the group was, “to promote the use and understanding of the content management system, Drupal, by libraries and librarians.”  During that conference, LITA also hosted the Pre-Conference, "Getting Started With Drupal."

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