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Code4libcon 2008 Lightning Talks

Lightning Talks 1 (Tuesday 16:15-17:30)

  • Creating an Academic Image Collection with Flickr - Mark Dahl & Jeremy McWilliams
    • View Video on Google
    • Slides
    • http://library.lclark.edu/flickr/
    • ceramics collections onto flickr
    • they create flickr accounts and upload images

Desktop Presenter software

If you are doing a presentation and wants your desktop to be captured to the video (instead of the camera pointing at the screen) download and install the following:

For Mac: http://www.varasoftware.com/downloads/DesktopPresenter.dmg
Windows: http://www.varasoftware.com/downloads/DesktopPresenter.exe

In Windows, it helps if you install Bonjour for Windows:

Presentations from LibraryFind pre-conference

Here are links to the powerpoints from the LibraryFind pre-conference session at code4lib 2008:

Overview and Installation

User Interface Customization

Karen Coyle Keynote - R&D: Can Resource Description become Rigorous Data?

Work is beginning to transform the eloquent yet arcane texts called
"library cataloging records" into data elements that will play well in
the Web. Beginning with the upcoming revised cataloging rules, called
Resource Description and Access, a team of researchers is exploring the
abstract model behind bibliographic description. Coyle will cover the
philosophy behind the project and will discuss current progress and
goals, as well as fears, risks, and even some confusion.

Presentation Slides in PDF

Slides

Code4libcon 2008 Breakout Sessions

Anyone can propose a breakout session - please think about whether you would want a session to be held on Tuesday or Wednesday, depending on the order of talks and who you hope will attend. There are at least five rooms available each day, including the large meeting room, and we will route different proposed sessions to the different rooms depending on a quick show-of-hands survey just before each one begins.

Code4lib 2008 Conference T-Shirt Design

Traditionally (if two years can be called tradition) we hold a contest to pick the design for the front of the conference t-shirt. This year we did not receive many entries - in fact, we only had one official entry. Fortunately, it rocks (at least, I think so):

Code4lib 2008 T-shirt design

Design by Noel Peden

Code4lib 2008 Registration now open!

Registration to the Code4lib 2008 conference is now open!

See https://secure.oregonstate.edu/ocs/register.php?event=274 (or the link from the conference page) to register.

Losing sleep over REST?

Jospeh Dalton - NYPL Labs
Jay Datema - NYPL Labs

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