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Texas Map Society Presentation
A presentational overview of the Map Collections housed at UH Special Collections and illustrated highlights within the collection as well ongoing digitization plans and workflows.
2011-03 DATABook Houston
Change for Better and Reach for Higher - R2 Implementation at UH Libraries
University of Houston Libraries formed a team to implement recommendations made by two external consultants called R2. This presentation covers the strategy and the process of the R2 implementation.
Considerations for your Mobile Library
We all know by now that the ubiquity of mobile devices, from smart phones to e-book readers to tablets, is changing when, where, and how people are accessing information for personal and professional use. What does this ...
Cataloging in Transformation: New Trends and Future Outlook
With rapidly changing technology, more and more libraries are building digital collections and shifting focus to online discovery environment. More and more resources are published in electronic format, which leaves libraries ...
Overcoming the Challenges to Creating a Single Online User Experience
The modern library web environment consists of multiple content sources and applications that perform essential functions that often overlap and could potentially create a fractured user experience. For example, content ...
Preparing for Technological Changes within Academic Libraries
A presentation given to the Oklahoma State University Library for their Library Futures Series. The presentation is about finding ideas for technology innovation, streamlining web content for reuse, preparing for mobile, ...
Learn the basics of this open source content management system and how you can create a robust website quickly and full of tools that will engage your users. This presentation will also focus on configuration, popular ...
Getting Started with Drupal
This workshop was a LITA Preconference and presented at the American Library Association Midwinter Conference in Dallas, TX, on January 20, 2012.