Codes of conduct and anti-harassment policies were listed among the leading current trends during the annual LITA Top Tech Trends panel, along with digital forensics, open content, next steps in social media, and more.
Web developers should prioritize mobile websites over desktop websites, librarians need to design more relevant instructional materials for their users, and the field of experience-based transformational development could have a major impact on the future of educational tools. These were just a few of the topics discussed during the “Top Technology Trends and LITA Awards Presentation,” session last Sunday during the ALA Annual Conference in Anaheim.
TALKING TRENDS A five-member panel of experts (center) drew a crowd during LITA’s Top Technology Trends presentation at the ALA Annual Conference, moderated by Jason Vaughan, LITA Top Tech Trends committee chair and director of library technologies at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (far left). (clockwise from top) 2011 LJ Mover & Shaker Jennifer […]
The Association of College and Research Libraries has elected Steven J. Bell as vice-president/president-elect.