Yesterday I was reading Breaking Up With Libraries by Nina McHale. I had a few thoughts. First and foremost, I was bummed that our profession was losing such an amazing and talented person. Nina has done amazing work for libraries and she will be sorely missed in this field. Secondly, this one passage of Nina’s [...]
For those that are interested the Chicagoland Drupal Group (which I happen to run) is streaming their meeting this coming Monday 9:30-12:00 central at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/mickjacobsen.
The scheduled presentations are:
But, I don’t WANT to read the whole manual: Continuing-Ed Opportunities with Drupal by Gwyneth Stupar, Reference and Web Services Librarian at the Northbrook Public Library [...]
Drupal in Libraries by Andy Austin and Christopher HarrisLibraries are about content: acquiring it, storing it, indexing it, retrieving it, and presenting it. Content management systems (CMS) help libraries accomplish these tasks on the Web by providing a back-end structure for a Web site so that librarians can focus on content.
Authors Andy Austin and Christopher [...]
One of my goals for the summer is to get a handle on Drupal. I’d like to incorporate it into LIS753 Internet Fundamentals and Design at Dominican. I’d like to assign workgroups the task of creating a library Web site with the OSS app. How’s the learning curve folks?
I missed this presentation, but luckily [...]