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Online Doc Forum Presenters' Materials for Download

by Michael Witt on Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 03:15 pm

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.

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.

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Online Doc Next-Gen Catalog is Only Part of the Solution (Nagy, Garrison) slides

by Elizabeth Stewart-Marshall on Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 01:47 pm

Here are the slides from the talk that Andrew and Scott gave at LITA09. Thanks again to everyone who attended at 9am on Sunday.

The 2009 LITA National Forum "Open & Mobile," will be held October 1-4, 2009, at the Hilton City Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. Visit http://www.lita.org/ala/mgrps/divs/lita/litaevents/forum2009/registration.cfm to register for the Forum.

Keynote Sessions anchor the event and include speakers Joan Lippincott, David Weinberger, and Liz Lawley. More than 30 concurrent sessions and a dozen poster sessions will provide a wealth of practical information on a wide range of topics. Two preconference workshops will also be offered.  Starting Thursday afternoon and concluding Friday morning, Jason Griffey of University of Tennessee, Chattanooga will present The Future of Mobile. Also spanning Thursday afternoon and Friday morning will be Accessibility Update: Section 508 and WCAG in a Library 2.0 World, presented by Nina McHale of the University of Colorado, Denver.

Take advantage of the Friday evening reception and sponsor showcase, Saturday evening networking dinners and meals and breaks throughout the Forum to get to know LITA leaders, Forum speakers, sponsors, and peers.

Learn more about the LITA National Forum on the LITA website.

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