Library and Information Technology Association
CHICAGO - Rachel Vacek announced at her LITA President’s program at the ALA Annual Conference in San Francisco, the winners of annual scholarships LITA sponsors jointly with three organizations: Baker & Taylor, LSSI and OCLC.
CHICAGO — Join the Library and Information Technology Association (LITA) at the LITA Awards Presentation & LITA President’s Program from 3 – 4 p.m. on Sunday, June 28, 2015 at the ALA Annual Conference in San Francisco. LITA President Rachel Vacek will welcome Lou Rosenfeld to present on the latest cutting edge issues of concern to technology librarians.
CHICAGO — Create, build, code and hack with a choice of four LITA preconferences
CHICAGO — Aimee Fifarek is the newly elected vice-president/president-elect of the Library and Information Technology Association (LITA), a division of the American Library Association (ALA). Fifarek is deputy library director for IT and digital initiatives at Phoenix Public Library in Phoenix, Arizona.
CHICAGO — Be one of more than 500 members who will have the first-time ever opportunity to vote on a resolution submitted via the Virtual Membership Meeting (VMM15). American Library Association (ALA) members can make their voices heard regarding the organization’s strategic direction and budget priorities by sharing their ideas and experiences and offering their suggestions during the annual Virtual Membership Meeting (VMM).
CHICAGO— Most library disaster plans focus on response and recovery from collection and facilities disasters, such as fire and floods. But because technology is becoming ever more integral to libraries’ role in their communities, any interruption in service and resources is a serious matter. A disaster’s effect on internet and social media sites, electronic resources, digital collections, and staff and public infrastructure of PCs, tablets, laptops and other peripherals requires special consideration.
CHICAGO — Heather Terrell, MLIS degree candidate at San Josẻ State University, has been named the winner of the 2015 LITA/Ex Libris Student Writing Award, sponsored by Ex Libris Group and the Library and Information Technology Association (LITA), a division of the American Library Association (ALA).
Terrell's paper, titled "Reference is dead, long live reference: electronic collections in the digital age," describes the changing landscape of electronic reference sources and explores the possibilities inherent in building hybrid library collections.