Registration Open for 2016 LITA ForumJuly 28, 2016
(via Mark Beatty, ALA)
Join us in Fort Worth, Texas, from November 17 to 20, at the Omni Fort Worth Hotel downtown, for the 2016 LITA Forum. This is a three-day education and networking event featuring three preconferences, three keynote sessions, more than 55 concurrent sessions, and 25 poster presentations. It’s the 19th annual gathering of the highly-regarded LITA Forum for technology-minded information professionals. Meet with your colleagues involved in new and leading-edge technologies in the library and information technology field. Registration is limited in order to preserve the important networking advantages of a smaller conference. Attendees take advantage of the informal Friday evening reception, networking dinners and other social opportunities to get to know colleagues and speakers.
- Cecily Walker, Vancouver Public Library
- Waldo Jaquith, U.S. Open Data
- Tara Robertson, @tararobertson
- “Librarians Can Code! A ‘Hands-On’ Computer Programming Workshop Just for Librarians”
- “Letting the Collections Tell Their Story: Using Tableau for Collection Evaluation”
For more information about conference rates, and to register, go here.