Category Archives: ALA Midwinter 2017
This is the third in our series of follow-up posts by Midwinter Lightning Talk presenters. When our archive opened to the public two years ago, the catalog of nearly 5,000 records were findable by keyword search and little else. The … Continue reading
This is the second in our series of follow-up posts by Midwinter Lightning Talk presenters. The Michigan State University Libraries recently joined the Big Ten Academic Alliance Geoportal, a consortial online discovery tool for maps and geographic data. While the … Continue reading
This is the first in our series of follow-up posts by Midwinter Lightning Talk presenters. Many of you probably are or have worked with Metadata Librarians. So, what is it that a Metadata Librarian normally can do? (1) A Metadata … Continue reading
Beginning next week, watch for posts written by our very own Metadata Lightning Talk presenters at ALA Midwinter. They promise to be both interesting and informational!
Linked Data for Real Please join us on Saturday, January 21, 2017, 8:30-10:00 AM, in the Georgia World Congress Center, B207 for three exciting presentations describing the use of linked data in current library projects. After the speaker presentations, the … Continue reading
Attending the ALA Midwinter Meeting in Atlanta, GA? Are you interested all things metadata? Mark your calendars and attend our lightning talk session during the Metadata Interest Group Meeting on Sunday, January 22 from 8:30-10:00 in Georgia World Congress Center, … Continue reading