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5 hot trends in advanced analytics

Marketing data is everywhere. With so many new consumer touchpoints – from chatbots, to in-store beacons and virtual assistants – the sheer …

Book Review: User Story Mapping

By Kuldeep Kulshreshtha Author: Jeff Patton, with Peter Economy Publisher: O’Reilly Media Publication date: September 2014 Formats: Paperback, ebook, and Safari Books …

Islandora: Two Community Surveys

There are a couple of matters in the Islandora community that need your feedback through a short survey: Slack for Islandora The …

LibUX: Listen: Andy Priestner (29:17)

Andy Priestner (@andytraining) is a global trainer and consultant on user experience, leadership, social media, and LEGO Serious Play. He’s the originator …

Evergreen ILS: It is Saturday!

It is the fifth and final day of the Evergreen International Conference 2017! After five wonderful and exhausting days we’ve covered so …

Ed Summers: MITH Graphs

For the next few weeks I’m helping out in Matt Kirschenbaum’s Critical Topics in Digital Studies where we will be taking a …

Ed Summers: MITH Graphs

For the next few weeks I’m helping out in Matt Kirschenbaum’s Critical Topics in Digital Studies where we will be taking a …

5 quick SEO wins for new clients

Columnist Christian Sculthorp surveyed industry experts to find out where they look for easy wins when taking on a new SEO campaign. …

LITA: LITA Spring 2017 Web Courses

We’re excited to announce two new LITA web courses for this spring. You can chose between: Beginning Git and GitHub andProject Management …

Karen Coyle: Precipitating Forward

Our Legacy, Our MistakeIf you follow the effort taking place around the proposed new bibliographic data standard, BIBFRAME, you may have noticed …

Evergreen ILS: Thursday Sponsors

Every year the Evergreen conference can be as equally exhausting as it is fun. Remember to stay hydrated and keep your energy …

DPLA: Welcome to the Windy City!

DPLAfest 2017 is around the corner and we are thrilled to be heading to Chicago, one of the nation’s most dynamic cities, …

Evergreen ILS: We Thank Equinox!

Every year the community comes together for the annual Evergreen International Conference, this year in Covington, Kentucky! One full day in and …

Mita Williams: Working to Code

My cataloging professor once quipped in class, “There are two kinds of people: the people who know where things are and the …

SEO and social: 1 + 1 = 3

Columnist Eric Enge recaps a session from SMX West detailing fresh ideas for how search engine optimization (SEO) and social media marketing …

Andrew Pace: Fake News Forever!

Librarians were among the first to join the call to arms and combat the onslaught of fake news that has permeated our …

Ed Summers: The Web as Performance

Yesterday the Webrecorder project from Rhizome announced the v1.0.0 release of their project WebrecorderPlayer application: Webrecorder Player Desktop App for OSX, Win …

LITA: Call for Writers

The LITA Blog wants your content. Are you an avid technologist? An early career librarian? Are you a coder, an explorer, or …

How to decide ‘Should I bid?’

Are your paid search ads cannibalizing your organic search traffic? Columnist Kevin Lee explores the problem of determining when it’s worth it …

Ed Summers: CL

Corpus Linguistics (CL) involves the study of language using machine readable texts or corpora. It’s interesting to run across CL in the …

4 major barriers to being linkable

Columnist Julie Joyce explores some of the most common issues that interfere with naturally attracting good links. The post 4 major barriers …