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Code4Lib Here I Come!

I just got my confirmation – I’m all set – see some of you there next year! Nicole Engard, You’ve successfully registered for the 2009 Code4Lib Conference Technorati Tags: code4lib, code4lib2009

Code4Lib Scholarships

It’s that time of year again! I got to attend my first Code4Lib conference because of this awesome scholarship so I always like to promote it so that others can benefit. There are two scholarships for the 2009 Code4Lib conference. Brown University / Code4lib Gender Diversity Scholarship ($1000) Brown University/ Code4lib Minority Scholarship ($1000) Learn more here.

Code4Lib Programs Chosen

The voting is over and the results arrived in my email this weekend: Thanks to all who submitted presentation-proposals for the 2009 code4lib conference. This year, like last, we’ll have 22 presentations. Below is an alphabetical list of the 22 presentations which got the most votes; we’ll post a schedule shortly. To those attending the conference who want to share interesting work and thoughts, know that lightning-talks (short, five-minute talks)  [ Read More ]

Code4Lib 2008 Videos

If you weren’t able to make it to the conference, you can still see all the great talks!! Check out the videos from the conference at Archive.org. Also all slides and videos are linked from the conference schedule. Technorati Tags: code4lib2008, code4libcon2008

Code4Lib Conference Videos

The videos from the Code4Lib 2008 conference are being added to Google video. Some are also on the Internet Archive site. Keep an eye as new ones appear. Technorati Tags: code4libcon2008, code4lib2008

New Library 2.0 Gang Podcast

I posted about the new Library 2.0 Gang Podcast a little while ago only to find that I had jumped the gun. Now it is really really available – so check it out – subscribe – and listen often You can listen to it via Library Journal or the new Library 2.0 Gang page hosted by Talis. In this issue, we spoke with Aaron Swartz about the Open Library and  [ Read More ]

More about the Open Library

I recently spoke with Aaron Swartz and other Library 2.0 Gang members about the Open Library and other Code4Lib conference topics. You can listen to it via Library Journal or the new Library 2.0 Gang page hosted by Talis. You can check out my blog post summarizing what Aaron spoke about at the conference if you want more information. Technorati Tags: library 2.0 gang, code4libcon2008, open library

Code4Lib: Zotero

Trevor Owens talked to us about Zotero. The slides are already online and the video should be there soon. What is it? Zotero is a Firefox add on that lets you: store items and take notes bring in attachments drag and drop into the collection and tag things if you want archive entire webpages and highlight text and add sticky notes Pages that support Zotero have an icon that appears  [ Read More ]

Code4Lib 2008 Pictures

I have created a set on Flickr with a ton of pictures from the recent Code4Lib conference in Portland – as you see – I didn’t get out of the hotel much, but I did review each restaurant we ate in. Technorati Tags: code4lib, code4lib2008, yelp, flickr, code4libcon2008

Code4Lib 2008: VuFind

In Andrew Nagy’s presentation From Idea to Open Source, he took us through the process of creating VuFind, an open-source OPAC replacement/Library portal. At Villanova, they wanted to develop a portal for library patrons that would let people search the catalog, the article databases and digital library all in one – and keep it separate from the ILS. The goal was one single interface for all library resources in order  [ Read More ]

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