Kuali OLE Team at Educause 2010

Please join the Kuali OLE (Open Library Environment) Team at Educause 2010 in Anaheim, CA for our session entitled – Library Startup: Building a Sustainable Software Community for Academic Libraries Through Kuali. Our session is on Friday Oct 15th, 2010 9:30 AM – 10:20 AM in the Orange County Convention Center Meeting Room 304D.

If you are interested in meeting up with our OLE Team while in Anaheim please contact Robert McDonald at robert at kuali dot org.

 


ETCOM Committee Ignite Sessions

Hi All,

Just putting out another note about this for all of you who are ignite presentation experts and are interested in our theme of You 3.0 and are attending Educause 2010 in Anaheim. The Educause Evolving Technologies Committee is sponsoring an ignite session and is interested in your presentation – see below.

This year the Evolving Technology Committee is adopting the theme of “You 3.0″ and is exploring the relationship between evolving technologies and individual career development. For our 2010 annual presentation, we want to present five 5-minute Ignite-style presentations which describe deploying a new technology or managing technology change in the context of its impact on your career, management style, and/or professional development.

See our Google spreadsheet for more information and to sign up: https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dFlHNjhzemRjNGFXNlJvaWg…

Please keep in mind that our time limit is fixed and allows for just five presentations. If we have a lot of volunteers, we will select a handful which represent diverse institutions and speak to different levels of technological sophistication.

Thanks – Robert

Bamboo Project Partners Meeting

I am at the Bamboo Project Partners Meeting today in Chicago at the Big 10 Conference Center in Park Ridge, IL. This meeting has been a great discussion about joining efforts in humanities computing and services. I think this project will do alot for everyone in digital humanities, not just the Bamboo Project Partners.


IU RT Major Project Review

This morning am at the IU RT Major Project Review. Very good – especially Scott McAuley’s overview of history of NSF Supercomputing Funding.