Hi CODE4LIB Community!
The Emerging Technologies Committee of Music Library Association is
organizing a Tech Camp this year as a preconference before the MLA Annual
meeting in Portland, OR. Distribute widely! We are hoping to have a full
house for this preconference.
Here is the official snazzy blog post about the event: http://conferences.
Here is the TLDR version:
The Emerging Technologies and Services Committee of the Music Library
Association (MLA) is hosting a one day pre-conference workshop before the
MLA annual meeting in Portland, OR to enhance skill sets of librarians,
humanists, and technologists who work or want to work with digital objects
Registration opens October 15
When: January 31, 2018, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Where: Hilton Portland & Executive Tower (the MLA Conference Hotel)
What: Hands-on Workshops
1. Introduction to processing born digital content
Instructor: Jonathan Manton (Music Librarian for Access Services,Yale
2. Introduction to Data Manipulation and Visualization in R
Instructor: Francesca Giannetii (Digital Humanities Librarian, Rutgers
3. Fair use and digital projects
Instructor: Kathleen DeLaurenti (Arts Librarian, William & Mary)
What: Lightning shorts by participants
We want to hear what digital projects are keeping your busy and what tools
you use to make your workflows work.
Extra Perks: Certificate of completion to support continuing education
More information: http://bit.ly/mlatechcamp2018
We will be tweeting using the hashtag #mlatechcamp
If you have further questions please don't hesitate to drop me a line!
(maurberg @ gmail.com)
On behalf of the ETSC