It is that time of year again where representatives from the library profession all gather for the annual Annual Library Association meeting. This year it is in Anaheim, California on June 21–26. And as the pace of technology continues to push libraries into new areas of content and service, this meeting promises to be an exciting one. Or, at least I’m planning on having a fun and engaging time. Here is my tentative schedule of public events. If you’d like to get together to chat outside these times, please get in touch.
Updated to correct the date for the LYRASIS lounge.
This is a preview of My ALA Anaheim 2012 Schedule. Read the full post (1571 words, 6:17 minutes estimated reading time)
My place of work, OhioLINK, is part of a larger group called the Educational Technology Division of the University System of Ohio. In that capacity, we’re seeking two senior repository software developers to work in our downtown Columbus, OH, office.
The position description can be a little tricky to get to — the Ohio State University jobs website does not allow deep linking into job descriptions — so I’m reproducing the entire description here:
Both current Ohio State employees and the general public may apply for this unclassified professional position.
This is a preview of OhioLINK is Seeking Two Senior Repository Software Developers. Read the full post (435 words, 1:44 minutes estimated reading time)