- 1 Code4LibSE 2017 Emory Meeting
- 1.1 Location
- 1.2 Call for Proposals
- 1.3 Conference Logistics
- 1.4 Registration
- 1.5 Schedule
- 1.6 Area Information
- 1.7 Contact
- 1.8 Mailing list
Code4LibSE 2017 Emory Meeting
Please join us Friday, April 21st, in Atlanta, GA for the 2017 C4LSE meeting. This informal conference will feature sessions covering technology in libraries, archives and museums in the Southeast area.
When - April 21st, 2017
Cost - Free! Coffee and snacks will be provided.
Planning Committee - Laura Akerman, Emory University; Elizabeth Peele Mumpower, Emory University
Advisors and helpers - Rosalyn Metz, Emory University; Galen Charlton, Equinox Open Library Initiative; Alex Thomas
Call for Proposals
We are currently requesting presentations! If you would like to present at Code4LibSE, please fill out this proposal form:.
We are accepting the following kinds of proposals:
* Presentations (20 minutes, 5-10 minutes for Q&A) * Lightning Talks (3-5 minutes for talk, 5 minutes for Q&A) * Workshop/Demos (45 minutes for workshop, 15 minutes for Q&A)
This conference will be single-track with the possible exception of break-out tracks.
We will not be live-streaming the sessions. However, if approved by presenter, presentation materials will be placed online after the conference. We will let the group know when these are available through the Google Group
To Register for the event, please fill out this registration form:.
Friday, April 21st, 2017
- 9:15 - 10 a.m. Registration, coffee and snacks
- 10:00 - 10:10 a.m. Welcome and logistics - Laura or Elizabeth
- 10:15 - 10:30 Keynote - Rosalyn Metz
- 10:30 - 11:15 Breakout session topic proposal and voting, and break
- 11:15 - 12:00 Presentations
- Break - Lunch
- 1:30 - 1:35 Announcements if needed
- 1:35 - 2:20 Presentations
- 2:20 - 3:00 Breakout discussions
- 3:00 - 3:10 Report from breakouts
- 3:25 - 4:00 Lightning talks
- 4:00 - 4:30 Group discussion - future of Code4Lib Southeast
- Christeene Alcosiba Rose Library, Emory University, Manager of Operations and Public Programming
- lightning talk, Experience IS the Product: Hacking Library Experiences and Products with Design Thinking
- Kevin S. Clarke, UCLA Library, Digital Library Developer
- Presentation - On the Road with Ansible
- Katie Knight, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Metadata and Cataloging Librarian
- Presentation, DOE Code
- Terri Holtze, University of Louisville Libraries, Head of Web Services,
- Presentation, Techniques for Optimizing Reusable Content in LibGuides
- Bret Davidson, NCSU Libraries, Interim Associate Head, Digital Library Initiatives
- Presentation, The Scholar's Bckpack: Using virtual environments to support modern research practice
- Jack Reed, Stanford University, Geospatial Web Engineer
- Presentation, Histonets, Operationalizing historic images using machine learning for research
- Jenn Young, Emory University, Educational Analyst
- Workshop/demo - Coding the Encyclopedia: Wiki Markup for Beginners
- Teaching 3D Digital Skills at GSU Library,
- Spencer Roberts, Digital Scholarship Librarian, Georgia State University Library - Lightning Talk
- Ed Sperr, Clinical Information Librarian, AU/UGA Medical Partnership - Presentation
- Building information visualizations with PubMed
- Joshua Hogan, Metadata & Digital Resources Librarian, Atlanta University Center - Presentation
- All Together Now: AUC Woodruff Library's Collaborative Coding Interest Group - Presentation
- Melissa S. Randall, Electronic Resources Cataloger, Clemson University - Presentation
- Managing eResources with MS CEASR
Directions and parking
Driving note: if coming by car, be aware of road closures from the I-85 bridge collapse in midtown Atlanta. This has disrupted traffic patterns, which might make your trip longer, depending on where you are coming from. Navigation like Google Maps usually shows the blockage and suggests alternate routes. Information and maps from the Ga. DOT .
Here is where to find Robert W. Woodruff Library: Map
There are a few parking decks around campus. Your best bet will likely be Fishburne or Oxford parking lot as they are the closest to the library. Parking fees are $12 a day. For more information about visitor parking, please visit Emory's parking site.
If you are staying in the Emory area, there are public transportation options. Emory shuttles are free, and they run fairly often. Shuttles of interest may include the CCTMA, which stops in Downtown Decatur and the Emory Conference Center, as well as the many shuttles that go down the Clifton Corridor in front of the Emory Conference Center. The Emory Conference Center also has its own shuttle that you can request to take you to campus. More information about the Emory Cliff Shuttles can be found here:.
If you're planning on staying the night, there are a number of nearby hotels. Some suggestions at varying price points are:
Emory Conference Center
THIS RATE IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE: We currently have a block rate for the Emory Conference Center Hotel from April 20th-April 22nd. The rate is $174 a night. This rate does have limited availability. In order to lock-in this rate, please us this link to make your reservations.</nowiki> Please email email@example.com if you have any problems.
For other area hotels, please see this helpful guide: http://www.emory.edu/commencement/information/hotels.html
Food options coming shortly.
Code of Conduct
Code4LibSE 2017 is dedicated to a harassment-free conference experience for everyone. Please see our full Code of Conduct here.
If you have any questions about the conference, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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