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Saturday, June 27 - 3:00pm

3:00pm - 4:00pm
Using Digital Media to Cultivate Innovative Thinking in the Classroom Program Moscone Convention Center
2012 (W)
Description :

Digital media is changing the way that educators teach – and transforming the way that students learn. Join Dr. Kelly Whitney, Ed.D., Director of Digital Curriculum for PBS LearningMedia as she explores the ways that digital content can be used to capture the focus of 21st century students while strengthening the key skills that lead to innovation.

Saturday, June 27 - 4:30pm

4:30pm - 5:30pm
Technical Services Interest Group Discussion/Interest group Hilton San Francisco Union Square
Continental 1
Description :

The ACRL Technical Services Interest Group will sponsor lightning round presentations and a business meeting at the ALA Annual Meeting in San Francisco. This meeting will take place on Saturday, June 27, 2015 from 4:30 – 5:30 pm at the Hilton Union Square in the Continental 1 Room. The lightning rounds will focus on a variety of topics, all related to the work of technical services librarians in the academic setting.

Lightning round presentations:

Beyond the Screen Shot : Video Training for Technical Services Student Workers (Michelle Emanuel, University of Mississippi)

Backlog? We Don’t Need no Stinkin’ Backlog! (Beth Shoemaker, St. Ambrose University)

Using Organizational Design to Foster New Perspectives (Jennifer O’Brien Roper, University of Virginia)

"Cataloging" Outside the Catalog: Using WorldCat Lists to Enhance Discovery (Betty Landesman, University of Baltimore)

Too Small to Fail: Small Ways to Engage, for Catalogers (Jean Dickinson, University of California, Berkeley)

Cataloging at 33 1/3: Repurposing Metadata from Discogs.com to Catalog Sound Recordings (Joshua Barton, Michigan State University)

Sunday, June 28 - 8:30am

8:30am - 9:30am
Beacon Me Up, Scotty! Pushing Information by Proximity Program Moscone Convention Center
2006 (W)
Description :

Learn from the experiences of the Orange County (Fla.) Library System's (OCLS) early adoption of iBeacon technology to promote library services and programs. Using third party software, OCLS created an interactive marketing environment inside our libraries to promote upcoming programs, events, and new services. With an app on their mobile phone, library customers are alerted to an array of information, even just passing by the front doors. Learn more about this innovative approach to communicating what's up at your library by reaching people where their attention is...their phone!

8:30am - 9:30am
Cataloging and Classification Committee (CCC) Meeting Committee meeting Moscone Convention Center
110 (N)
Description :

Join us for the business meeting of the Cataloging and Classification Committee. While a variety of reports from CCC members, task forces, and liaisons will be shared, there's always room for discussions as well.

8:30am - 9:30am
Getting Started with Library Linked Open Data: Lessons from UNLV and NCSU Program Moscone Convention Center
2002 (W)
Description :

This program will focus on the practical steps involved in creating and publishing linked data including data modeling, data clean up, enhancing the data with links to other data sets, converting the data to various forms of RDF, and publishing the data set. At each step of the process, the speakers will share their experiences and the tools they used to give the audience multiple perspectives on how to approach linked data creation.

Sponsors :
8:30am - 9:30am
MAGIRT GeoTech Committee Committee meeting, Discussion/Interest group Moscone Convention Center
276 (S)
Description :

All are welcome to attend MAGIRT's GeoTech Committee meeting, where topics of interest include technologies related to geospatial data and its use.

Sunday, June 28 - 10:30am

10:30am - 11:30am
Open Source: View from the top Program Moscone Convention Center
2024 (W)
Description :

What administrator doesn't like more control - over budgets, service and the future of their library? Open source software can deliver all that, controlling cost and funding improvements that will make a difference for your users, while safeguarding investments in automation and providing a more stable future. A panel will present the administrators' view, how and why they decided to adopt it, and how using open source systems has changed their libraries for the better. The open source library solutions of today have grown up a lot in the past few years and the administrators will tell you how. Panelists include:
Ronald A. Gagnon, Executive Director, North of Boston Library Exchange (on using the Evergreen ILS); Tricia Racke Bengel, Associate Director of Nashville Public Library, TN (on using VuFind “Pika” by the Marmot Library Network); and Gregory Mickells, Library Director, Madison Public Library, WI (on using the LibLime Koha ILS)

Sunday, June 28 - 1:00pm

1:00pm - 2:00pm
Audio Digitization: Starting Out Right Program Moscone Convention Center
2005 (W)
Description :

There are many reasons for digitizing collections, but technical and workflow issues as well as copyright restrictions on access and use of audio collections make conversion from analog formats especially complex. The success of any audio digitization venture will rely on asking the right questions before you start. Speakers will explore the challenges of planning and implementing audio digitization projects for preservation and access. Extensive examples from the California Audiovisual Preservation Project will be presented.

1:00pm - 2:00pm
Metadata Standards Committee Committee meeting Marriott Marquis San Francisco
Pacific Suite I
Description :

Meeting of the committee

1:00pm - 2:00pm
Top Technology Trends Program Moscone Convention Center
3014-3016 (W)
Description :

This program features our ongoing roundtable discussion about trends and advances in library technology by a panel of LITA technology experts. The panelists will describe changes and advances in technology that they see having an impact on the library world, and suggest what libraries might do to take advantage of these trends. More information on Top Tech Trends: http://ala.org/lita/ttt

Sunday, June 28 - 3:00pm

3:00pm - 4:00pm
Library Services and Technology Act, (LSTA) Coordinators as Disruptive Innovators Discussion/Interest group Marriott Marquis San Francisco
Sierra Suite A
Description :

Energize and improve your state’s LSTA program by connecting with LSTA colleagues across the country, learning about highlights of their work, discussing LSTA topics of importance, and hearing the latest update from IMLS.

3:00pm - 4:00pm
LITA Awards Presentation and Presidents Program Presidents program Moscone Convention Center
3014-3016 (W)
Description :

LITA President Rachel Vacek welcomes Louis Rosenfeld to present on the latest cutting edge issues of concern to technology librarians. Lou Rosenfeld has been instrumental in helping establish the fields of information architecture and user experience, and in articulating the role and value of librarianship within those fields. Lou is co-author of Information Architecture for the World Wide Web (O’Reilly; 4th edition to be published in 2015) and Search Analytics for Your Site (Rosenfeld Media, 2011), co-founder of the Information Architecture Institute and the Information Architecture Summit and Enterprise UX conferences, and a former columnist for Internet World, CIO, and Web Review magazines.

Lou founded the ground-breaking information architecture consultancy Argus Associates in the early 1990s. As an independent consultant, he has helped a variety of large and highly-political enterprises make their information more findable, including Caterpillar, PayPal, Ford, AT&T, the Centers for Disease Control, Accenture, and the NCAA. Lou now manages Rosenfeld Media, which publishes some of the best-loved books in user experience, produces UX events, and equips UX teams with coaching and training. Follow Lou @louisrosenfeld

3:00pm - 4:00pm
LITA Emerging Technologies Interest Group Discussion Discussion/Interest group Moscone Convention Center
236-238 (S)
Description :

N/A

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Monday, June 29 - 10:30am

10:30am - 11:30am
Putting Your Patrons in the Driver's Seat: Assessing the Value of On-Demand Streaming Video Program Moscone Convention Center
2022 (W)
Description :

Today, more than 90% of Americans watch over 40 billion online videos each month. This session explores some big questions: Why, despite this statistic, do we still see such limited use of and innovation in online video on campuses? What is the opportunity for Patron-Driven-Acquisition models for online video? And, how can we most effectively deploy online video to heighten awareness and use with our patrons?

Monday, June 29 - 1:00pm

1:00pm - 2:30pm
Getting to know Git: the tool that allows you to collaborate, share and back-up your projects Program Moscone Convention Center
133 (N)
Description :

Work smarter, collaborate faster and share code or other files with the library community using the popular version control system Git. Featuring a mix of git fundamentals and hands-on exercises, participants will leave understanding the basics of Git, knowing how to use key commands and sharing their work on GitHub. We will spend the last 30 minutes helping users install and configure Git on their own laptops and answer any participant questions.

Interests :
1:00pm - 2:30pm
Open Source Software & Technical Services: Kuali OLE, GOKb and VuFind Program Moscone Convention Center
2022 (W)
Description :

Can technical services librarians influence library system development? In the open-source and community-source projects, such as Kuali OLE (Open Library Environment), GOKb (Global Open Knowledgebase) and VuFind, technical services librarians play lead roles in design, specifying, prioritizing, testing and implementing new software. This program will focus on the technical services librarian participation in these projects, and will show some of the technical services functionality of these products.

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1:00pm - 2:30pm
Robot Invasion: How librarians in school, public and academic libraries are educating with robots. Program Moscone Convention Center
3001 (W)
Description :

As libraries throughout the country look to be places of making and learning, movements like hour of code promote that computer programming will soon be as important as reading. Robotics education helps students build STEAM, 21st Century, and coding skills in collaborative, creative environments. A panel of school, public and academic librarians who have coached robotics teams, circulated gear and led classes will share their experiences, and help attendees get started with robots.

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