*What library technology topic are you passionate about?
Have something to teach?*
The Library Information Technology Association (LITA) Education
Committee invites you to share your expertise with a national audience!
For years, LITA has offered online learning programs on
technology-related topics of interest to LITA Members and wider American
Library Association audience.
*Submit a proposal by February 29th to teach a webinar, webinar series,
or online course for Summer/Fall 2016.
All topics related to the intersection of technology and libraries are
welcomed. Possible topics include:
* Research Data Management
* Supporting Digital Scholarship
* Technology and Kids or Teens
* Managing Technical Projects
* Creating/Supporting Library Makerspaces, or other
* Data-Informed Librarianship
* Diversity and Technology
* Accessibility Issues and Library Technology
* Technology in Special Libraries
* Ethics of Library Technology (e.g., Privacy Concerns, Social Justice
* Library/Learning Management System Integrations
* Technocentric Library Spaces
* Social Media Engagement
* Intro to… GitHub, Productivity Tools, Visualization/Data Analysis, etc.
Instructors receive a $500 honorarium for an online course or $100-150
for webinars, split among instructors. For more information, access
theonline submission form
<http://www.ala.org/lita/teach-lita-program-proposal-form>. Check out
ourlist of current and past course offerings
<http://www.ala.org/lita/learning/online>to see what topics have been
covered recently. We’re looking forward to a slate of compelling and
useful online education programs this year!
*LITA Education Committee.*
*Questions or Comments?*
For questions or comments related to teaching for LITA, contact LITA at
(312) 280-4268 or Mark Beatty,[log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
Abigail Goben, MLS
Information Services and Liaison Librarian
Library of the Health Sciences
University of Illinois at Chicago
1750 W. Polk (MC 763)
Chicago, IL 60612
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