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NameI 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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Dan Lerch
Wagtail CMS (built on django/python), my experiences getting out of the drupal/wordpress paradigm
Really curious about bento box searching. No
I am by no means an expert in the field of python frameworks/CMS, so hopefully no one expects too much from my topic :)
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Caitlin Ottenbreit
Children's Coding Gadgets and Early Literacy Skill Development - Code-a-Pillar, Osmo, and Sphero
No
I'm only available to do this talk on November 29 at VIRL Harbourfront.
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Cynthia Ng
Learn to Collaborate and Contribute to Projects on GitLab + with Git!
Yesprefer having a projector
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Christine MeutznerDigitization challenges for small organizationsonly available on Nov 29 at VIRL
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Trevor SmithWeeding reportsGithub (cough, Cynthia)Excel for librariansYes
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John DurnoRetro-computing collection at UVic Libraries
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Daniel SiftonThe Never-Ending Wrangle: enabling fulltext search in SupplejackNo
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Patricia PangUsing LibAnswers as an e-resource management and ticketing system
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Calvin MahTBA
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JamesLuigi PipelinesYes
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Daniel SiftonSets with Tommy and Gina : Curation and selection in SupplejackNo
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Dana McFarlandWeb Archiving Community of PracticeYes
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Julie Cole
Using python, panda dataframes, tkinter & selenium to supplement the limited functionality of Sierra's web-based Library Inventory Program: Circa.
Luigi Pipelines and Gitlab both interest me.
If people want, I could facilitate a session on how to use Excel's "Get & Transform (previously PowerQuery) which helps people do database like operations without a database. Maybe Trevor and I could split an Excel session into 2 parts or something.
Yes
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Jeff NarverBreaking Down the IT Silo (title maybe revised)
(submitted by Tamarack for Jeff)
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Olga KalachinskayaILS' cloud migrationNo
Talk is not going to be techy. Just a system librarian’s perspective.
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Emily Mathews
I was invited to present a 5-10 minute breakout session on a topic of my choice. I thought to present on digital licensing and the growing friction between libraries and the publishing/licensing industry. Increasingly, large companies like Disney, Amazon and Kobo are starting to create platforms that feature "exclusive" content that is not accessible or available to libraries digitally. The rising cost of technology and accessibility is becoming increasingly problematic for public libraries where customers are demanding faster and better access to digital content such as books, streaming video, and more.
Yes
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