Category: OLE Project

Kuali OLE FC/TC Meetings in Chicago

This week am in Chicago at the new Big10 Center where we are having our fall Kuali OLE FC and TC meetings. We are happy to have this here since we have IU, Maryland, and Chicago as CIC Members of Kuali OLE. This am we got to hear from both the University of Chicago and Lehigh University about their recent implementations of Kuali OLE. We are so happy to share this news with all of our library colleagues and we hope to see more implementations in the near future.

To read more on the Lehigh University implementation see their news release – http://bit.ly/1kRQDjr. The Chicago news release is coming soon…

OLE TC Chair Jeff Fleming
OLE TC Chair Jeff Fleming

Jeff Fleming (TC Chair, Duke University) talks about OLE reporting in BIRT libraries and possible use of services from Actuate.

Educause Live Session on Kuali OLE 1.18.12

Just in case you are like me and can not get enough on the Kuali Open Library Environment (OLE), please join us tomorrow Wed Jan 18, 2012 at 1pm eastern – http://net.educause.edu/LIVE1202 for a current update on the project. I will be joined by Molly Tamarkin from Duke University and Mike Winkler from the University of Pennsylvania. Our session will be hosted by NCState CIO Mark Hoit. I hope you can join us.

Code4Lib 2012 Registration Opens Tomorrow 11.16.11

I just wanted to put a note out here about Code4Lib 2012 #C4L12. Registration opens tomorrow @12pm eastern for the upcoming event Feb 6-9 in Seattle, WA. I am very happy this year as well to announce that Indiana University (IU Libraries/IU UITS) and Kuali Open Library Environment (@kualiole) will be joint platinum sponsors.

All I can say for all you newbies is register early and register fast as we sold out in 3 weeks last year for our conference in Bloomington, IN.

For registration go here – http://code4lib.org/

ALI Board Meeting

Today I am in Indianapolis for the Academic Libraries of Indiana (ALI) Board Meeting. I am here representing IU for our Interim Dean Carolyn Walters. I am also here to present an overview of the OLE Project Final Report. So far, the meeting is going well and it is always surprising how much academic libraries have in common no matter what size or where they are located.

I really hope my friend Dan Bowell will consider how PALNI can become a part of the OLE Build Project.