2017 Code4Lib Midwest Meeting
- 1 Location
- 2 Registration
- 3 Logistics
- 4 Schedule
- 5 Programming Sign-up
- 6 Code of Conduct
Klarchek Information Commons, 4th floor
Loyola University Chicago
Registration available at http://libcal.luc.edu/event/3200163. There is no cost to register.
Chicago is served by Midway Airport and O'Hare International Airport, Amtrak, and bus lines. O'Hare is closer to campus. If using public transportation, from O'Hare take the Blue Line downtown and transfer to the northbound Red Line; for Midway take the Orange Line downtown and transfer to the northbound Red Line.
Hampton Inn Chicago North-Loyola Station This newly constructed hotel is on campus, and within a block of the Red Line. We do not have a room block.
Loyola is a member of Eduroam, and public wireless is available on campus.
Breakfast will be included on April 26. Lunch and dinner will be local dinearounds.
You are highly encouraged to take public transportation if possible; the Red Line Loyola stop is on campus. Parking is available for $7. Parking and transit information
Eat, Drink, Do Fun Things
Contact Margaret Heller at email@example.com
April 26, 9-5 April 27, 9-12
Note that the BitCurator Users Forum 2017 takes place on April 27 and 28, so those attending that may choose to attend only on April 26
Detailed schedule, April 26 & 27
Outline of April 26
8:30-9:00: Check-in and breakfast
9:00-9:15: Welcome and introductory remarks
9:15-10:15: Introductions / Successes / Struggles
One of the strengths of Code4Lib is our willingness to share experience and learn from each other. As an experiment, we will go around the room. Introduce yourself and give an example of (1) something you are proud of and (2) something you are struggling with. We hope that this will stimulate ideas for breakout topics and informal conversations.
10:00-11:30 Lightning Talks/presentations
11:30-1:00 Lunch (local dinearounds)
1:00-2:30 Presentations/ Breakouts (4) (post-breakout lightning talks to report back)
Time TBD (~5PM-~8PM): Meetup at Cary's Lounge This bar is an easy bus ride from campus, and near many great dining options.
Outline of April 27
9:00-10:30 Presentations and/or lightning talks
Code4Lib Midwest programming depends on the folks attending the conference. Please consider giving a presentation or lightning talk, or submitting your ideas for a hackfest/breakout session.
Share what you are working on! Add your name and a description below. Please also let us know how long you'll need, and whether you prefer Wednesday or Thursday (or if it doesn't matter). Contact Ryan Wick (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your preferred username to set up a Code4Lib wiki account. If you don't have a wiki account and don't want to sign up for one, please email email@example.com.
Digital Preservation at Loyola University Chicago - Margaret Heller (and possibly others), Loyola University Chicago
We made the vended choice for digital preservation, but what does that actually mean in practice? W or Th 10 minutes
Library Website Redesign Panel Discussion - Various
In 2016, several Chicago-area libraries redesigned their websites. This panel will discuss the different processes they went through and results.
Have something cool to share but you don't want to be in front of the room for more than 5 minutes? Lightning talks are for you. Sign up now or at the conference:
- Community-Based Digital Projects - Margaret Heller (tentative)
Actual breakout sessions presented and locations will be determined on April 26. Please propose an idea here if you are willing to facilitate a discussion on a topic.
Blockchain: What is it and how do we use it? An idea Margaret and Allan are considering.
Building a site with Jekyll Kate Flynn and Allan Berry.
Hackathon Pedagogies for In-Class Use Bethany McGowan
Code of Conduct
Code4Lib seeks to provide a welcoming, fun, and safe community and conference experience and ongoing community for everyone. We do not tolerate harassment in any form. Discriminatory language and imagery (including sexual) is not appropriate for any event venue, including talks, or any community channel such as the chatroom or mailing list. Harassment is understood as any behavior that threatens another person or group, or produces an unsafe environment. It includes offensive verbal comments or non-verbal expressions related to gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, age, religious beliefs, sexual or discriminatory images in public spaces (including online), deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention.