Code4Lib BC 2019 Lightning Talk/Breakout Session Ideas (Responses)
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I would like to give a lightning talk on the following topic(s):
I would like someone else to give a lightning talk on the following topic(s):
I would like a breakout session on the following topic(s):
I am willing to facilitate a breakout session.Additional comments/suggestions:
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8/19/2019 14:31:46Camille GinneverUpgrading public computers and creating a game space for youth (small public library setting with space restrictions)No
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8/22/2019 13:38:24Hillary WebbImplementing OpenAthens for eResource authentication
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9/5/2019 8:55:31Trevor SmithRefDesk Dashboard for Springshare datasee belowYesTamarack mentioned something about me doing a Project Management breakout session. If this is wanted, I'm happy to do so.
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9/5/2019 8:56:05Trevor SmithAuthorities cleanup
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9/9/2019 15:32:59Andrea Tartaglio/Patricia LeskuThe Lab learning spaceYes
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9/10/2019 19:20:56Patricia LeskuTell Your Story - Ebook creation for 11-14Establishing a code club for adults / seniorsYes
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9/13/2019 18:50:28Chelsea PalmerPrivacy-protecting technologies and Project Library FreedomYesCan only attend on Friday- MLIS student w/ class at UBC on Thursday!
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9/13/2019 20:28:58Cynthia NgImplementing Values in Practical WaysTip and Tricks in making the most of MarcEdit (if there's interest)No
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9/17/2019 16:01:39Erol OlcayBlended Learning in Libraries - Google IT Support Certificate Program at Surrey LibrariesBlended Learning in Libraries - Google IT Support Certificate Program at Surrey LibrariesYes1. Managerial approval for my attendance in this conference depends on acceptance of both a lightning talk and a breakout session. Unfortunately I will not be approved to attend if I'm given the opportunity to deliver only one, either the lightning talk or breakout session. 2. I can only attend Thursday, November 28. I cannot attend on Friday, November 29 as I have a flight booked for that day.
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10/1/2019 14:22:53Dethe ElzaEstablishing a code club for adults / seniorsSelling management on open sourceCode clubs (generally, for kids, teens, adults)YesSadly, I can only attend the Friday session
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10/1/2019 14:35:36Andrea TartaglioInterested in hosting Code4Lib?
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10/2/2019 13:33:59Louise Brittain BoisvertScraping index pages & VuFind implementation
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10/3/2019 17:04:30Tamarack Hockin & Jason Swan Implementing an IT service desk! When C4LBC happens, we will have just migrated our staff intranet to Confluence, and introduced FVRL's first service desk using Jira. If there is interest, we would love to share our adventure in a brief lightning talk, and happy to answer any Qs from colleagues who may be navigating similar. YesCan only offer a talk on Thurs; Jason cannot attend Friday.
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10/18/2019 11:07:41Alicia UrquidiFair and FAIR data sharing in the Global SouthUniversity repositories: Goals, gains and gaps in dataset findability, semantic metadata enhancement tools, and Schema.org.No
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10/24/2019 12:12:19James FournieA review of open-source ERM options in 2019Yes
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10/24/2019 14:50:22Michel CastagnéERM options in 2019Yes
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11/5/2019 15:08:26Dana McFarlandWeb archivingYes
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11/6/2019 15:32:46
Allison Jones & Karen Ng
Organizing Ideas (a new podcast about organizing information & community organizing, hosted by two local librarians/archivists)
Would ideally like to present Friday morning so both of us can attend.
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11/7/2019 16:51:23Dethe Elza
Developing a suite of webapps for content creation programs
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11/7/2019 16:51:53Dethe ElzaLibrary-focused interactive videoYes
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11/7/2019 16:52:24Dethe Elza
Garden: A Platform for Collaboratively building and playing text adventure games
Yes
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11/7/2019 16:52:49Dethe ElzaLife-Saving Collaboration SoftwareYes
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11/7/2019 16:53:37Dethe ElzaCreative Coding with P5js (Processing)Yes
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11/18/2019 10:49:00Olga Kalachinskaya
JavaScript and CSS elements in circulation notices: a dilettante's perspective
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11/19/2019 14:23:50Tania AleksonUsing Tableau to tell library storiesYes
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