LITA National Forum 2009 Committee
Materials from the 2009 LITA National Forum Presenters can be downloaded from here.
Presenters: File naming convention - first two words of the title from your proposal. Add your files as an attachment to this document.
Note: There is a 20MB size limit on file uploads, and you may only upload files with permitted file extensions. These include common Office (and OpenOffice) file formats, common graphics formats, and PDF. They do not include ZIP files. You may need to break up your session materials into several parts. Our apologies for this as we try this new methodology.
LIGHTNING TALK SESSIONS for LITA FORUM 2009
Sessions for Oct. 2
Bohyun Kim / Fla. International (firstname.lastname@example.org) Google Squared
Maurice York / NCSU (email@example.com) Ther I Fix'd it: The ILS Undone in Three Easy Steps
Jacquelyn Erdman / ECU (firstname.lastname@example.org) Design is About Strategy not Decoration
Marilyn Billings / UMass Amherst (email@example.com) ESENce: The Ethics Clearinghouse an Example of Partnering with Faculty to Pull in Large Grants
Tate Nunley / ExLibris (firstname.lastname@example.org) Digital Perils and Preservation
Mark Beatty / Wils (email@example.com) Make your own Sandbox: with Bitnami
Sessions for Oct. 3
Lisa Carlucci Thomas / Yale (firstname.lastname@example.org) Mobile Access to Ebooks @ Yale
Sean Fitzpatrick / American Libraries (email@example.com) Little Budget, Big Sandbox: How American Libraries is using free, open source software--and avoiding red tape—to massively revamp its web presence
Tim Rowley / Utah Valley University Library (firstname.lastname@example.org) Equipped for Information: Cutting-Edge Gadgets
Erik Mitchell / Wake Forest University (email@example.com) Using EC2 for your IT infrastructure. The Z. Smith Reynolds Library has begun moving key services to Amazon’s EC2 cloud computing service. This lightning round will present our initial experience with EC2.