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The 2016 LITA Forum includes 3 amazing Keynotes

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Please excuse cross posting.

*The 2016 LITA Forum <http://litaforum.org/>*

*Fort Worth, TXNovember 17-20, 2016*

Join your LITA and library technology colleagues for the 2016 LITA Forum
<http://litaforum.org/>

   - LITA Forum early bird rates end October 14, 2016
   - The guaranteed discount hotel rate at the Omni Fort Worth Hotel
   <https://www.omnihotels.com/hotels/fort-worth/meetings/lita-forum-fall-2016>
   ends Wednesday October 21st, 2016, and as available thereafter.
   - Online registration <http://forum.lita.org/registrationtravel/>
closes Sunday
   November 13th, 2016

*Register Now!* <http://forum.lita.org/registrationtravel/>

*This year’s Forum has three amazing keynotes
<http://forum.lita.org/#tile_speakers> you won’t want to miss:*

CECILY WALKER

Cecily Walker is the Systems Project Librarian at Vancouver Public Library,
where she focuses on user experience, community digital projects, digital
collections, and the intersection of social justice, technology, and public
librarianship. It was her frustration with the way that software was
designed to meet the needs of highly technical users rather than the
general public that led her to user experience, but it was her love of
information, intellectual freedom, and commitment to social justice that
led her back to librarianship. Cecily can be found on Twitter (@skeskali
<https://twitter.com/skeskali>) where she frequently holds court on any
number of subjects, but especially lipstick.

WALDO JAQUITH

Waldo Jaquith is the director of U.S. Open Data <https://usopendata.org/>,
an organization that works with government and the private sector to
advance the cause of open data. He previously worked in open data with the
White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. No stranger to
libraries, Jaquith used to work with digital assets at the Scripps Library
at the Miller Center at the University of Virginia, and served on the Board
of Trustees at his regional library. He lives near Charlottesville,
Virginia with his wife and son. Waldo can also be found at Twitter (
@waldojaquith <https://twitter.com/waldojaquith/>)

TARA ROBERTSON

Tara Robertson is the Systems Librarian and Accessibility Advocate at
CAPER-BC. “I’m a librarian who doesn’t work in a library. I like figuring
out how things work, why they break, and how to make them work better. I’m
passionate about universal design, accessibility, open source software,
intellectual freedom, feminism and Fluevog shoes.”

Twitter (@tararobertson <https://twitter.com/tararobertson>)
Blog (http://tararobertson.ca)


*Don’t forget the Preconference Workshops*
<http://forum.lita.org/#tile_schedule>

Come to the 2016 LITA Forum a day early and choose to participate in one of
two outstanding preconferences.

Librarians can code! A “hands-on” computer programming workshop just for
librarians
<http://forum.lita.org/sessions/librarians-can-code-a-hands-on-computer-programming-workshop-just-for-librarians/>
With presenter: Kelly Smith, founder of Prenda – a learning technology
company with the vision of millions of kids learning to code at libraries
all over the country.

Letting the Collections Tell Their Story: Using Tableau for Collection
Evaluation
<http://forum.lita.org/sessions/letting-the-collections-tell-their-story-using-tableau-for-collection-evaluation/>
With presenters: Karen Harker, Collection Assessment Librarian University
of North Texas Libraries; Janette Klein, Interdisciplinary Information
Science PhD student University of North Texas; Priya Parwani, Graduate
Research Assistant University of North Texas Libraries.

*Full Details* <http://litaforum.org/>

Join us in Fort Worth, Texas, at the Omni Fort Worth Hotel
<https://www.omnihotels.com/hotels/fort-worth/meetings/lita-forum-fall-2016>
located
in Downtown Fort Worth, for the 2016 LITA Forum <http://litaforum.org/>, a
three-day education and networking event featuring 2 preconferences, 3
keynote sessions, more than 55 concurrent sessions and 25 poster
presentations. It’s the 19th annual gathering of the highly regarded LITA
Forum for technology-minded information professionals. Meet with your
colleagues involved in new and leading edge technologies in the library and
information technology field. Registration is limited in order to preserve
the important networking advantages of a smaller conference. Attendees take
advantage of the informal Friday evening reception, networking dinners and
other social opportunities to get to know colleagues and speakers.

Get all the details, register and book a hotel room at the 2016 Forum Web
site. <http://litaforum.org/>

*Forum Sponsors:*

OCLC <http://www.oclc.org/>, Yewno <http://corp.yewno.com/>, EBSCO
<https://www.ebsco.com/>, BiblioCommons <http://www.bibliocommons.com/>

*See you in Fort Worth.*

Paul Go

Systems Librarian /
Library Technology Manager
Paul V. Galvin Library
Illinois Institute of Technology
35 West 33rd Street
Chicago, IL  60616
312.567.7997
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*Driving Innovation through Knowledge and Scholarship*

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