Bookmarks for May 16, 2011

  • Cyberlibrary
    CyberLibrary is an Open Source library management system that can be run from anywhere on the internet or an intranet.
  • openbook4wordpress
    When you insert an OpenBook shortcode with an ISBN or other book number in a WordPress post or widget, the OpenBook plugin replaces it with a book cover image and other book data from Open Library. It also adds links to popular book sites, such as WorldCat, LibraryThing, GoogleBooks and BookFinder. Users have complete control over the content and styling of the display through templates. Librarians can configure OpenBook with an OpenURL resolver to point to their library's records.

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Bookmarks for May 13, 2011

  • CouponWP
    Get coupons for WordPress themes, plugins and hosting. CouponWP tracks coupon codes and deals from the best makers of WordPress goodies.
  • ThemeSorter
    ThemeSorter helps you find premium WordPress themes from many sellers and save with the latest coupons and deals. WordPress software with a premium quality theme is a quick way to get a professionally designed and easy-to-manage website.

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Bookmarks for April 8, 2011

  • blueMarine
    An open source application for the digital photo workflow, the blueMarine project will provide you an all-in-one tool for managing your photos, from the shoot up to the archiving and beyond. blueMarine is an expandable, open platform and includes specific support for different photographers communities, as well as the latest technologies.
  • Pencil – a traditional 2D animation software
    Pencil is an animation/drawing software for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux. It lets you create traditional hand-drawn animation (cartoon) using both bitmap and vector graphics. Pencil is free and open source.
  • ExifRenamer
    This Mac OSX tool allows you to easily rename all your pictures with date and time stamps.
  • Wootter
    Wootter is a Twitter Open Source Client Developed in PHP and JQuery
  • Yammer : The Enterprise Social Network
    Yammer is revolutionizing internal corporate communications by bringing together all of a company’s employees inside a private and secure enterprise social network. Although Yammer is as easy to use as consumer products like Facebook or Twitter, it is enterprise-class software built from the ground up to drive business objectives.
  • FusionInventory
    FusionInventory provides a complete, modular and multi-platform solution for : Hardware & software inventory (with agent or agentless using SNMP); Wake On Lan (WOL); Software deployment using OCS Inventory NG protocol and peer to peer download; Network connected devices (using Netbios, nmap and SNMP).
  • GLPI – Gestionnaire libre de parc informatique
    GLPI is the Information Resource-Manager with an additional Administration- Interface. You can use it to build up a database with an inventory for your company (computer, software, printers…). It has enhanced functions to make the daily life for the administrators easier, like a job-tracking-system with mail-notification and methods to build a database with basic information about your network-topology.

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WordPress CE at SLA2011

This year at SLA I’ll be teaching librarians how to use WordPress (an open source content management system). If you’re in the Philadelphia area and/or attending SLA this year, consider joining me for “Designing Library Websites with WordPress.”

Date: Saturday, 11 June 2011
Time: 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Level: Introductory
Instructor: Nicole Engard

Description: Content management systems are making it easy for libraries to create their own websites with little or no web programming skills. Of the three popular open source content management systems, WordPress has become extremely popular in libraries. This workshop will walk librarians through the basics of using WordPress as a content management system. Attendees will learn how to use WordPress to design their complete website, from the pages to the events calendar to the optional blog. Each student will have their own WordPress install set up on the instructor’s servers before the workshop and will continue to have access to it for at least a month after the conference. Attendees will need to bring a laptop to use during the session.

Note: This workshop is appropriate for any SLA webmaster who will be participating in Operation Vitality and is unfamiliar with WordPress.

This CE is cosponsored by the IT Division of SLA.

Ticket Information:

  • SLA Member: $199.00
  • SLA Student Member: $99.00
  • Non-Member: $299.00

Register at http://www.sla.org/content/Events/conference/ac2011/registration/index.cfm

If you are already registered for the conference, you can modify your registration to add CEs. You may register for a continuing education workshop without registering for the entire conference.