Library and Information Technology Association

2016 LITA Forum early bird rates extended

Chicago -- LITA has extended the members early bird registration rate another two weeks for the 2016 LITA Forum and save $50.
Fort Worth, TX 
November 17-20, 2016
LITA Forum early bird rates will now end October 14, 2016.
Join us in Fort Worth, Texas, at the

Social Media For My Institution – a new LITA web course

Chicago -- Sign up for the new LITA web course Social Media For My Institution: from “mine” to “ours”. Delivered by instructor Dr. Plamen Miltenoff on Wednesdays, 10/19/2016 – 11/9/2016. This will be a blended format web course consisting of both weekly live webinars and an online web course platform.

Using Google Statistics for your Repository – a new LITA webinar

Chicago - LITA announces an exciting new webinar Beyond Usage Statistics: How to use Google Analytics to Improve your Repository. Join presenter: Hui Zhang on Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Central Time.

New Titles in the LITA Guide Series

A new relationship between LITA and Rowman and Littlefield publishers kicks off with the announcement of 7 recent and upcoming exciting titles on library technology. The LITA Guide Series books from Rowman and Littlefield publishers, contain practical, up to date, how-to information, and are usually under 100 pages.

Call for Proposals, LITA @ ALA Annual 2017

The LITA Program Planning Committee (PPC) is now accepting innovative and creative proposals for the 2017 Annual American Library Association Conference.  We’re looking for full or half day pre-conference ideas as well as 60- and 90-minute conference presentations.

2016 LITA Forum - Registration Now Open!

Fort Worth, TX
November 17-20, 2016
Join us in Fort Worth, Texas, at the Omni Fort Worth Hotel located in Downtown Fort Worth, for the 2016 LITA Forum, a three-day e

LITA web course: Universal Design for Libraries and Librarians

Register for this new LITA web course:
  • Jessica Olin, Director of the Library, Robert H.

Giao Luong Baker Receives 2016 LITA/OCLC Minority Scholarship

Giao Luong Baker has been selected to receive a 2016 Minority Scholarship in Library and Information Technology ($3,000) sponsored by the Library and Information Technology Association (LITA) and OCLC. Baker will use the money to pursue a Graduate Academic Certificate in Advanced Management in Libraries and a Masters in Information Science at the University of North Texas Department of Library and Information Sciences