Fixed some typos in Good, Dry, and Dynamic proposal.
You can try out [http://linserv1.cims.nyu.edu:48866/ the original version] (this server is inconveniently set to be updated/rebooted on 11/8--may be temporarily unavailable)
== Good!, DRY, and Dynamic: Content Strategy for Libraries (Especially the Big
(www.ns4lib.com), Nova Southeastern University Libraries, firstname.lastname@example.org
*No previous code4lib presentations.
We were already feeling this crunch when we decided to further complicate the Nova Southeastern University Libraries by splitting the main library website into two. The Alvin Sherman Library, Research, and Information Technology Center is a unique joint-use facility that serves not only the academic community but the public of Broward County - and marketing a hyperblend of content through one portal just wasn't cutting it. With a web team of two, we knew that managing all this rehashed, disparate content was totally unsustainable.
I want to share in this talk how I went about making our library content DRY (“don’t repeat yourself”): input content in one
place—blurbs, policies, featured events, featured databases, book reviews, business hours, etc. —and syndicate it everywhere and sometimes even dynamically targeted to specific audiences.
== No code, no root, no problem? Adventures in SaaS and library discovery ==