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March 4, 2014 | Zach Newell

Dear Colleagues:

 

We recently moved into a new library.  The librarians are tasked with figuring out what technology we want in the classroom.  We want make sure we are making an informed decision about what is most useful for library instruction now and for the future.  I am soliciting feedback from anyone who has recently upgraded their classrooms to provide guidance on what has proved useful or not useful by way of hardware and technology. My concern is what would be most helpful for teaching information literacy. 

 

We have been concentrating our time looking at alternatives to the Smart Board that could be used like a Smart Board but with additional features, such as integration with mobile devices.  At the suggestion of our vendor we looked into purchasing an Air Media Gateway platform. ...

February 1, 2014 | Patrick Newell

Apologies for cross-posting; please share this information with colleagues interested in this topic.


Do you teach an online course?  Have you ever created (or thought about creating) a MOOC?  Ever wonder about the copyright issues involved in doing this?  If so, this presentation may interest you.


The Copyright Education Subcommittee of the American Library Association’s Office of IT Policy invite you to join us for a new series of presentations intended to educate users about copyright and encourage a discussion about a balanced approach to copyright law.   Join us at 2pm Eastern time (11am Pacific time) on February 6, 2014 for the presentation “What a Difference a MOOC makes: Copyright Management for Online Courses” by Kevin Smith.


The attention...

January 31, 2014 | Joan K. Lippincott
I wanted to share this conference announcement with you. The conference will take place in Hong Kong from May 27-30, 2014.  I will be one of the keynote speakers. The program and registration information are available on the website below.
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Joan K. Lippincott, Ph.D.
Associate Executive Director
Coalition for Networked Information
21 Dupont Circle, Suite 800
Washington, DC  20036
202-296-5098
202-872-0884 (Fax)


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We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the Fifth International M-Libraries Conference, presented by The Open University (UK) in partnership with, and...
January 17, 2014 | Nikki E. Reynolds
A message from Malcolm Brown of ELI. Apologies for tardy posting.

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New this year at the Annual Meeting is the ELI Horizon Report Video Competition! We are asking for participants to submit a short (1-2 minute) *informal* video on a project involving one of the six 2014 Horizon Report technologies in the area of teaching and learning. Deadline is January 21st; three prizes will be awarded, each a $500 value.


-- Flipped Classroom
-- Learning Analytics
-- 3D Printing
-- Games and Gamification
-- Quantified Self
-- Virtual Assistants

All submissions meeting the criteria will be posted to the ELI 2014 contest page which will go live January 28. ELI will ask the community to vote for their top video choices from January 28 through February 4, 5:00 p.m. (ET).  Winners will be announced at the ELI Annual...
January 9, 2014 | Holly Mercer

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

January 9, 2014

Read it online: http://bit.ly/1ghYi3Q


GET READY to Submit Your OR2014 Proposal

A message from the Open Repositories 2014 Conference organizers

As the year turns it's time to look forward to the Ninth International Conference on Open Repositories, OR2014 (#or2014). The conference will take place June 9-13 in Helsinki, Finland hosted by University of Helsinki‘s twin libraries: Helsinki University Library and the National Library of Finland.

The theme this...

January 8, 2014 | Andrew Bonamici

Dear LIB-IT Colleagues:

 

Happy New Year! See below for a message from Malcolm Brown (Director, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative) regarding an important ELI survey on innovative and effective faculty development practices. Please share widely, noting that multiple responses from a single institution are more than welcome. Thanks for your participation, and apologies to those who may have already received this via other lists.

 

All the best,

 

ARB

 

Andrew R. Bonamici
Associate University Librarian, Media & Instructional Services
University of Oregon Libraries
Eugene OR 9703-1299 USA
bonamici@uoregon.edu...

December 9, 2013 | Aletia Morgan

In case you haven’t heard...forgive any duplication!

 

The deadline for poster and lightning talk proposals for the 2014 Research Data Access and Preservation Summit (RDAP14) is December 16, 2013: http://www.asis.org/rdap/call-for-proposals/

 

RDAP14 (http://www.asis.org/rdap/) invites proposals for posters and lightning talks at the fifth annual RDAP Summit scheduled for March 26-28 in San Diego, CA. RDAP brings together people from a variety of disciplines and fields to share success stories, innovative research, and resources and tools developed by and for the research data community.

 

Posters...

November 21, 2013 | Richard Holeton
Colleagues, We announced this week the second annual Stanford Prize for Innovation in Research Libraries (SPIRL). See spirl.stanford.edu and text of news release below. cheers, Rich NEWS RELEASE 15 November 2013 Contact: • Sonia Lee, Stanford University Libraries (650) 736-9538, sonialee@stanford.edu Stanford University Libraries Opens Submissions for the 2014 Stanford Prize for Innovation in Research Libraries (SPIRL) Stanford University Libraries announced today the launch of the second Stanford Prize for Innovation in Research Libraries (SPIRL), a prize to recognize and celebrate innovation through programs, projects, and/or new or improved services that directly or indirectly benefit readers and users. The goal of the prize is to single out for community attention and to celebrate functionally significant results of the innovative impulses in libraries anywhere in the world that support research. Eligibility for...
November 20, 2013 | Terrance J. Metz
Colleagues,

Is anyone aware of any article, book chapter, report, significant blog post, etc., published in, say, the last 5-6 years on the topic of merging, unifying, or integrating library/IT units on campus into a single administrative organization?

If so, I'd appreciate you informing me about anything relatively current that you've seen. Most anything I've been able to find has all been published prior to about 2005-2006.

I'll summarize for the list if I receive some responses.

Thanks.

Terry Metz

--

Terry Metz
145 Pinehurst Drive
Lexington, VA  24450-1872
cell: (401) 529-0366
metz.terry@gmail.com
********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be...
November 13, 2013 | Holly Mercer
The Ninth International Conference on Open Repositories, OR2014, will be held 9-13 June 2014 in Helsinki, Finland. The organizers are pleased to invite you to contribute to the program. This year's conference theme is:

Towards Repository Ecosystems

Repository systems are but one part of the ecosystem in 21st century research, and it is increasingly clear that no single repository will serve as the sole resource for its community. How can repositories best be positioned to offer complementary services in a network that includes research data management systems, institutional and discipline repositories, publishers, and the open Web? When should service providers build to fill identified niches, and where should they connect with related services?  How might these networks offer services to support organizations that lack the resources to build their own, or researchers seeking to optimize their...
October 16, 2013 | Evviva Weinraub Lajoie
Call for Virtual Participation: LITA Mobile Computing IG meeting
Date & Time:  1 week prior to ALA Mid-Winter Meeting
Location: Virtual/Online 

***This meeting is virtual and held one week prior to Mid-Winter -Physical attendance IS NOT required.***

The LITA Mobile Computing IG seeks 4-5 short presentations (15
minutes) on responsive design for the upcoming ALA Mid-Winter
Conference in Philadelphia, PA.  This conference is virtual and held one
week prior to Mid-Winter - physical attendance IS NOT required.

We are looking for presentations about what you've done, what you plan to do, best practices, or other topics related to responsive design. All presentation suggestions will be considered.

Feel free to email Laurie Bridges, Laurie.Bridges@oregonstate.edu, and/or...

October 10, 2013 | Nikki E. Reynolds
Are you attending the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference next week? Please join us for the Library-IT Partnerships Constituent Group meeting on Thursday from 1:30pm to 2:20pm.

We'll share ideas around a few different topics, beginning with some small group discussions to identify high payoff partnership opportunities, using the EDUCAUSE Top 10 IT Issues and the ACRL Top 10 Trends as starting points.

We'll also ask you to tell your partnership stories. What topics have proven to be fertile ground for meaningful partnerships at your home institution? What strategies and tactics have worked well? What mistakes can you help your colleagues avoid?

The emphasis for our meeting will be on partnering: Partnering with each other to support our efforts to partner back home; partnering at the conference, and hopefully setting up to partner throughout the coming year, with an emphasis on bringing the best of Library and...
August 27, 2013 | Mike Kastellec

Essential Job Duties

The Systems Programmer/Analyst serves as a member of the Libraries Information Technology department. As the key departmental resource for Apple and Linux systems: provides technical consultations on highly complex projects; provides expertise on all Apple- and Linux-related issues; mentors departmental technicians in methods of resolving problems. Performs specialized work in developing and supporting the staff and public OS X, iOS, and Linux environments of the Libraries. Support includes optimizing systems performance, analyzing usage, system load issues, and troubleshooting issues as necessary. Diagnoses systems problems and identifies technical trends in problem identification and resolutions. Architects networked solutions that integrate with campus and library cross-platform systems. Responsible for forecasting and implementing system upgrades.

Required Skills

• Significant relevant experience with Apple systems support...
August 14, 2013 | Evviva Weinraub Lajoie

The LITA Program Planning Committee (PPC) is now accepting innovative and creative proposals for the 2014 Annual American Library Association Conference.  We're looking for full day pre-conference ideas as well as 90 minute conference presentations. The focus should be on technology in libraries, whether that's use of, new ideas for, trends in, or interesting/innovative projects being explored - it’s all for you to propose. In 2013, we received roughly 40 proposals, resulting in 20 great LITA programs at the 2013 Annual Conference, all of which came from contributions like yours. We look forward to hearing the great ideas you will share with us this year.

 

New ALA Conference Guidelines [June 2012]

●      All divisions are limited to accepting 20 programs each.

●      All programs will be...

August 14, 2013 | Tania Fersenheim
Digital Initiatives Librarian **Recent and soon-to-be MLS graduates are encouraged to apply** Brandeis University, a private research university in the metropolitan Boston area, seeks a technology-savvy, innovative and service-oriented Digital Initiatives Librarian to join the library systems team. The primary responsibility of the position is to work collaboratively with librarians, faculty and staff to plan, implement, maintain and support digital collections. Responsibilities include: - Administration and configuration of the Institutional Repository and related systems, including planning and performing batch loads of new collections, and administering users and roles within the application(s) - Technical support of faculty and staff in the use of the Institutional Repository - Working in conjunction with Library Systems staff, vendor support staff and open source communities to troubleshoot and resolve problems with digital collection applications and systems - Working...
July 26, 2013 | Evviva Weinraub Lajoie

The LITA Program Planning Committee (PPC) is now accepting innovative and creative proposals for the 2014 Annual American Library Association Conference.  We're looking for full day pre-conference ideas as well as 90 minute conference presentations. The focus should be on technology in libraries, whether that's use of, new ideas for, trends in, or interesting/innovative projects being explored - it’s all for you to propose. In 2013, we received roughly 40 proposals, resulting in 20 great LITA programs at the 2013 Annual Conference, all of which came from contributions like yours. We look forward to hearing the great ideas you will share with us this year.

 

New ALA Conference Guidelines [June 2012]

●      All divisions are limited to accepting 20 programs each.

●      All programs will be...

May 29, 2013 | Megan Fitch
Hi Blaine,

Please forgive the delayed reply--we are using ContentDM in partnership with our Anthropology Museum and our Art Museum to host digitized collection images.  There are approximately 4200 images related to those two collections in the database at the moment (of @7300 total), but both are growing. I can't recall the details, but ContentDM does have a variety of licensing options for collection sizes. 

http://dcms.beloit.edu/cdm/search/collection/logan!wright/field/all/mode/all/conn/and/rmcoll/wright/order/title!publis/ad/asc

Megan

Megan Fitch
CIO
Beloit College







...
May 29, 2013 | Evviva Weinraub Lajoie
LITA Heads of Library Technology (HoLT) IG meeting
When:  Saturday, June 29th 3-4 p.m.
Where:  McCormick Place Convention Center N134

The LITA Heads of Library Technology Interest Group (HoLT) seeks 4-5 short presentations (10-15
minutes) on issues relating to Leadership and Library Technology for the upcoming 2013 ALA Annual conference in Chicago.  All topics will be considered, but some ideas to get your thought process started include; maker spaces, tablet computing, responsive design and analytics.


Physical attendance at ALA Annual in Chicago is required for the presentation and/or attendance at this meeting.

Deadline for proposal submission is June 7th.

Please submit proposals to Meg Brown-Sica <Margaret.Brown-Sica@ucdenver.edu> or Evviva Weinraub...
May 28, 2013 | Evviva Weinraub Lajoie
LITA Mobile Computing Interest Group Meeting – Call for Participation

When:  Monday, July 1st, 2013 – 3 – 4pm
Where:  Palmer House Hilton, Chicago Room

The LITA Mobile Computing IG seeks 4-5 short presentations (approximately 15 minutes) on mobile computing for the upcoming ALA Annual Conference in Chicago, IL.

The LITA Mobile IG is also seeking suggestions for discussion topics.  Things you'd like to hear more about, projects you're working on, plan to work on, or want to work on in terms of mobile computing. 
All suggestions and presentation topics are welcome and will be given consideration for presentation and discussion.

Please email...

May 9, 2013 | Evviva Weinraub Lajoie

LITA Mobile Computing Interest Group Meeting – Call for Participation

When:  Monday, July 1st, 2013 – 3 – 4pm
Where:  Palmer House Hilton, Chicago Room

The LITA Mobile Computing IG seeks 4-5 short presentations (approximately 15 minutes) on mobile computing for the upcoming ALA Annual Conference in Chicago, IL.

The LITA Mobile IG is also seeking suggestions for discussion topics.  Things you'd like to hear more about, projects you're working on, plan to work on, or want to work on in terms of mobile computing.  
All suggestions and presentation topics are welcome and will be given consideration for presentation and discussion.

Please email Evviva WeinraubKevin Lau, or post your topic suggestion in the comments section here: ...

December 9, 2013 | Aletia Morgan

In case you haven’t heard...forgive any duplication!

 

The deadline for poster and lightning talk proposals for the 2014 Research Data Access and Preservation Summit (RDAP14) is December 16, 2013: http://www.asis.org/rdap/call-for-proposals/

 

RDAP14 (http://www.asis.org/rdap/) invites proposals for posters and lightning talks at the fifth annual RDAP Summit scheduled for March 26-28 in San Diego, CA. RDAP brings together people from a variety of disciplines and fields to share success stories, innovative research, and resources and tools developed by and for the research data community.

 

Posters...

December 16, 2011 | Andrew Bonamici
Dear LIB-IT Colleagues,

I hope this note finds you happy, healthy, and looking forward to the holidays.

I have the pleasure of being on the Program Committee for the EDUCAUSE 2012 annual conference <http://www.educause.edu/E2012>. As you know, the purpose of E12 is to support the professional development of higher education technology professionals.  Along with Margaret Massey, CIO of Spring Hill College, I am leading the the Libraries, E-Research, and Digital Content track. In that capacity, I am seeking your assistance as a session proposal reader.  

The Libraries, E-Research, and Digital Content track encompasses a number of topic areas, including: 
  •     leadership in libraries and information management
  •     IT-library collaborations
  •     scholarly communications and publishing
  •  ...
March 4, 2014 | Zach Newell

Dear Colleagues:

 

We recently moved into a new library.  The librarians are tasked with figuring out what technology we want in the classroom.  We want make sure we are making an informed decision about what is most useful for library instruction now and for the future.  I am soliciting feedback from anyone who has recently upgraded their classrooms to provide guidance on what has proved useful or not useful by way of hardware and technology. My concern is what would be most helpful for teaching information literacy. 

 

We have been concentrating our time looking at alternatives to the Smart Board that could be used like a Smart Board but with additional features, such as integration with mobile devices.  At the suggestion of our vendor we looked into purchasing an Air Media Gateway platform. ...

November 20, 2013 | Terrance J. Metz
Colleagues,

Is anyone aware of any article, book chapter, report, significant blog post, etc., published in, say, the last 5-6 years on the topic of merging, unifying, or integrating library/IT units on campus into a single administrative organization?

If so, I'd appreciate you informing me about anything relatively current that you've seen. Most anything I've been able to find has all been published prior to about 2005-2006.

I'll summarize for the list if I receive some responses.

Thanks.

Terry Metz

--

Terry Metz
145 Pinehurst Drive
Lexington, VA  24450-1872
cell: (401) 529-0366
metz.terry@gmail.com
********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be...
March 27, 2013 | J. Gabe Gossett

Is the recording for this session available now?

 

From: The EDUCAUSE Library/IT Partnerships Constituent Group Listserv [mailto:LIBIT@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU] On Behalf Of Weinraub, Evviva
Sent: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 10:27 AM
To: LIBIT@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU
Subject: Re: [LIBIT] Webinar announcement: Lib/IT Support for Digital Scholarship

 

Unfortunately, we have a 100 person limit and we reached it.  We're recording the session and it should be available for viewing by the end of the week.  

 

Apologies, 

 

...
January 23, 2013 | Stewart Varner
Hi everyone,

I hope that everyone managed to find some time to relax over the holidays and that you are easing into a productive new year. During the national EDUCAUSE meeting in November, a group of us began talking about library and IT support for faculty who are working on digital scholarship in general and digital humanities specifically. We have started planning for a webinar in late February that will address what we have learned so far and what we think the next steps will be. I am writing to you today with two questions; one, what topics would you like to see us address and, two, do you have any experiences you would like to share?

Digital Scholarship/Humanities has obviously received enormous attention over the past couple of years. This represents a challenge for Libraries and IT but also an opportunity to partner with scholars who are doing innovative work. In order to make the most of this opportunity we...
January 9, 2014 | Holly Mercer

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

January 9, 2014

Read it online: http://bit.ly/1ghYi3Q


GET READY to Submit Your OR2014 Proposal

A message from the Open Repositories 2014 Conference organizers

As the year turns it's time to look forward to the Ninth International Conference on Open Repositories, OR2014 (#or2014). The conference will take place June 9-13 in Helsinki, Finland hosted by University of Helsinki‘s twin libraries: Helsinki University Library and the National Library of Finland.

The theme this...

May 29, 2013 | Evviva Weinraub Lajoie
LITA Heads of Library Technology (HoLT) IG meeting
When:  Saturday, June 29th 3-4 p.m.
Where:  McCormick Place Convention Center N134

The LITA Heads of Library Technology Interest Group (HoLT) seeks 4-5 short presentations (10-15
minutes) on issues relating to Leadership and Library Technology for the upcoming 2013 ALA Annual conference in Chicago.  All topics will be considered, but some ideas to get your thought process started include; maker spaces, tablet computing, responsive design and analytics.


Physical attendance at ALA Annual in Chicago is required for the presentation and/or attendance at this meeting.

Deadline for proposal submission is June 7th.

Please submit proposals to Meg Brown-Sica <Margaret.Brown-Sica@ucdenver.edu> or Evviva Weinraub...
January 8, 2014 | Andrew Bonamici

Dear LIB-IT Colleagues:

 

Happy New Year! See below for a message from Malcolm Brown (Director, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative) regarding an important ELI survey on innovative and effective faculty development practices. Please share widely, noting that multiple responses from a single institution are more than welcome. Thanks for your participation, and apologies to those who may have already received this via other lists.

 

All the best,

 

ARB

 

Andrew R. Bonamici
Associate University Librarian, Media & Instructional Services
University of Oregon Libraries
Eugene OR 9703-1299 USA
bonamici@uoregon.edu...

March 4, 2013 | Malcolm Brown
Greetings! The EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) would like to remind folks that there is still time to help identify the leading challenges and opportunities in teaching and learning (aka ELI content anchors). Please steer your browser to: http://surveymonkey.com/s/elianchor1314 and complete the survey. It will take only a couple of minutes. These content anchors provide a evolving snapshot of the teaching and learning landscape. Please share this link colleagues at your institution. Voting ends March 11. The ELI will be publishing the results as well as how these results compare across the three years. You can access our infographic on the results from the first two years at: ...
September 19, 2012 | Nikki E. Reynolds
Hello All,

To: Anyone interested in helping shape the November meeting of the Library-IT Partnerships Constituent Group

Requested: 

Details:

A handful of us have started planning for our constituent group meeting this November at EDUCAUSE. As is typical of people in our professions, we came up with a lot of good topics for conversation and planning; far too many to actually cover in a single meeting. If you would complete this survey, we'd at least be targeting the most significant or interesting topics for the group. Also,...
June 12, 2012 | Ryan Ingersoll
Hi everyone,

We are looking for a simple system to allow students (and others) to self-schedule study rooms in the library. 

I started to build a solution in SharePoint 2010, but before I go to far I want to see what other libraries do. We don't have a dedicated library server to install anything on, so I prefer a hosted solution that is free, or very minimal. It would be great if it was mobile phone friendly too (iOS, Android).

Thanks for any advice you can offer.

Ryan

Ryan Ingersoll
Library Technology Services Coordinator
Seattle Pacific University
206.281.2287 :: ingersollr@spu.edu
May 7, 2012 | Beth Forrest Warner

Integrated Library Management Systems Manager  (University Title: Systems Manager – not SAP)

 

The Ohio State University Libraries seek an energetic, flexible, and innovative individual to lead the Integrated Library Management Systems Support Team, a unit of the Libraries’ Information Technology Division.  If your skills and interests are a match for our position, we encourage you to apply! 

 

POSITION OVERVIEW

The ILMS Manager leads the ILMS Support Team, a service-oriented, team-based unit of the OSU Libraries (OSUL) IT Division. The ILMS Support Team is responsible for providing overall leadership, development, and management for the Libraries’ integrated library management system (currently Innovative Interfaces, Inc. (III) Millennium system; migrating to Sierra in...

November 13, 2013 | Holly Mercer
The Ninth International Conference on Open Repositories, OR2014, will be held 9-13 June 2014 in Helsinki, Finland. The organizers are pleased to invite you to contribute to the program. This year's conference theme is:

Towards Repository Ecosystems

Repository systems are but one part of the ecosystem in 21st century research, and it is increasingly clear that no single repository will serve as the sole resource for its community. How can repositories best be positioned to offer complementary services in a network that includes research data management systems, institutional and discipline repositories, publishers, and the open Web? When should service providers build to fill identified niches, and where should they connect with related services?  How might these networks offer services to support organizations that lack the resources to build their own, or researchers seeking to optimize their...
May 29, 2013 | Megan Fitch
Hi Blaine,

Please forgive the delayed reply--we are using ContentDM in partnership with our Anthropology Museum and our Art Museum to host digitized collection images.  There are approximately 4200 images related to those two collections in the database at the moment (of @7300 total), but both are growing. I can't recall the details, but ContentDM does have a variety of licensing options for collection sizes. 

http://dcms.beloit.edu/cdm/search/collection/logan!wright/field/all/mode/all/conn/and/rmcoll/wright/order/title!publis/ad/asc

Megan

Megan Fitch
CIO
Beloit College







...
March 27, 2013 | Nikki E. Reynolds
Here it is, the link to the recording of the EDUCAUSE LibIT Partnerships Constituent Group webinar on "Getting Started in Digital Humanities Support"          ; http://oregonstate.adobeconnect.com/p4ehmjjbahf/

We all hope that those interested but unable to attend will find this recording useful. I hope that some among you will be so moved that you volunteer to help put together our next webinar on this topic. Speaking of which, I really want to thank the people who came together to make this webinar possible: 
  • Kevin Butterfield, University Librarian, University of Richmond
  • Chris Kemp, Head, Digital Initiatives, University of Richmond
  • Beth Secrist, Program Officer for IT Services, Association of Research Libraries
  • Stewart Varner, Digital Scholarship Coordinator, Emory University...
January 11, 2013 | Andrew Bonamici

Dear Colleagues:


See below for an opportunity to participate in a survey about online communities of practice.

 

ARB

 

Andrew R. Bonamici
Associate University Librarian, Media & Instructional Services
University of Oregon Libraries
Eugene OR 9703-1299 USA
bonamici@uoregon.edu
O 541.346.2682
C 541.206.9840
F 541.346.3485

 

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Lida Larsen <llarsen@educause.edu>
Date: Wed, Jan 9, 2013 at 4:35 PM
Subject: [CGLEADERS] Communities of Practice Survey Opportunity

...

July 2, 2012 | Beth Forrest Warner

(apologies for cross-posting)

 

Good afternoon!

 

The Ohio State University Libraries invites applications and nominations for the position of Head, Digital Initiatives program to lead the evolution of digital library services and collections that support the research and teaching needs of the University.  We are seeking an innovative, energetic person who can help shape the vision for an expanded Digital Initiatives program as well as manage projects to realize that vision.  The successful candidate will work collaboratively and consultatively within the Libraries’ Information Technology Division, as well as across other areas of the Libraries, to provide the vision for, and build, a cohesive and extensible suite of discovery, access, preservation, curation, security, repository, archival and storage...

March 6, 2012 | Listserv Anonymous User
Message from elizabeth.altman@csun.edu

DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Oviatt Library, California State University Northridge

Under the general direction of the Dean, the Director of Library Information Technology is responsible for the conception, design, implementation, and operation of all systems and technology within and relating to the Library.  This position provides creative vision and expertise in systems planning, using technologies that enhance operational effectiveness and improve access to library resources. 

For more details, required qualifications, and how to apply go to:

http://www-admn.csun.edu/ohrs/employment/

The university is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and does...

January 17, 2012 | Laura Burtle

Georgia State University Library seeks an enthusiastic, collegial, service-oriented and dynamic head of Digital Library Services who will provide leadership and management for web services, network and desktop systems, and digital initiatives.  Details are at

http://library.gsu.edu/JobAds/Vacancy-Announ-Dept-Head-Dig-Lib-2012.pdf.

 

Laura Burtle

Associate Dean

Digital Library Services and Special Collections

Georgia State University Library

lburtle@gsu.edu

(404) 413-2706

 

 

********** Participation and...

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