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  1. Thinking outside the books: A Travel log
    • Description: This travel log outlines some of my experiences at a conference in Harrisburg (Pennsylvania) entitled Think outside the books: Creating the customer-driven library hosted by PALINET in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Office of Commonwealth Libraries, October 23-24, 2006. In a sentence, the conference was a joy to attend and it was interesting see how the concept of a "next generation" library catalog is being manifested.
    • Date: 2006-11-27
    • Source: This travel log was never published elsewhere
    • Subject(s): next-generation library catalogs; PALINET; travel log; librarianship;
    • URL:
  2. ALA 1995 Annual Conference: A Mini-Travel Log
  3. Indiana Library Federation Annual Meeting
  4. Symposium on open access and digital preservation
  5. Gateways and electronic publishing
  6. Dr. Strangelove, or How we learned to live with Google
    • Description: On October 26, 2007 the University Libraries of Notre Dame sponsored a "mini-symposium" entitled Dr. Strangelove, or How We Learned to Live with Google. The purpose of the symposium was to discuss issues of librarianship considering an environment of globally networked computers and radically changing user expectations. It was an education process designed to enable the library faculty and staff to ask questions, reflect on the experience of others, and ultimately be better educated when technological systems present themselves as solutions to some of the profession's challenges. This text reports on the content of the symposium and offers a number of personal observations.
    • Date: 2007-11-15
    • Source: This travel log was originally "published" at
    • Subject(s): travel log; next generation library catalogs; University Libraries of Notre Dame;
    • URL:
  7. WILS' World Conference 95: A travel log
  8. OCKHAM in Atlanta
  9. ASIS & T 2002 Information Architecture Summit: Refining the craft
  10. Open Library Developer's Meeting: One Web Page for Every Book Ever Published
    • Description: I attended an Open Library Developers Meeting on Friday, February 29, 2008 in San Franciscos Presidio, and this travel log outlines my experiences there. In a sentence, it was one of the more inspiring meetings I ever attended.
    • Date: 2008-03-14
    • Source: This travel log first appeared on the Hesburgh Libraries website at
    • Subject(s): Presidio; Open Library; travel log;
    • URL:
  11. SIGIR '99
  12. European Conference on Digital Libraries, 2004
  13. Short visit to CRL
  14. CAP '99
  15. Ohio Valley Group of Technical Services Librarian Annual Meeting
  16. Short trip to Duke
  17. Networking 2000
  18. Ties That Bind: Converging Communities - A Travel Log
  19. MCN Annual Conference
  20. Eric visits Savannah
  21. DLF in Chicago
  22. first monday on a tuesday: a travel log
  23. Texas Library Association Annual Meeting, 2003
  24. Mass digitization
    • Description: This travel log outlines my experiences at a symposium sponsored by the University of Michigan called Scholarship and Libraries in Transition: A Dialog about the Impacts of Mass Digitization Projects, March 10-11, 2006. In short, the symposium facilitated quite a number of presentations and panel discussions about mass digitization. Discussion topics ranged from mass digitization impacts on libraries to possibilities for scholarship to changes in changes in publishing to economic effects to public policy issues. Most of the discussions were framed by the Google Print project, and just about everybody provided their point of view regarding the effect of Google on the academy.
    • Date: 2006-03-18
    • Source: This text was never formally published.
    • Subject(s): mass digitization; Ann Arbor, MI; travel log;
    • URL:
  25. IOLUG Spring Program
  26. USAIN Annual Conference 1995: A travel log
  27. Institute on Scholarly Communication: A travel log
    • Description: This travel log documents my experiences at the first Institute on Scholarly Communication (July 12-14, 2006) facilitated by both ARL and ACRL. In a sentence, the Institute was a workshop aimed at helping librarians advance scholarly communication in a networked environment. For the most part I believe the Institute was a success, but its benefits are difficult to measure.
    • Date: 2006-08-22
    • Source: This document was never formally published.
    • Subject(s): scholarly communication; travel log; UCLA;
    • URL:
  28. WebEdge: A travel log
  29. LITA National Forum, 2003
  30. OCKHAM@Emory (January, 2003)
  31. Web Services at OCLC
  32. Open Repositories, 2007: A Travelogue
    • Description: This text documents my experiences at the Open Repositories 2007 conference, January 22-26, San Antonio (Texas). In a sentence I learned two things: 1) institutional repository software such as Fedora, DSpace, and EPrints are increasingly being used for more than open access publishing efforts, and 2) the Web Services API of Fedora makes it relatively easy for developers using any programming language to interface with the underlying core.
    • Date: 2007-02-11
    • Source: This file was never formally published.
    • Subject(s): Gruene, Texas; institutional repositories; digital libraries; travel log;
    • URL:
  33. ECDL 2006: A Travel log
  34. Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, 2006
    • Description: This text outlines my experiences at the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries Annual Conference in Chapel Hill (North Carolina), June 12-14, 2006. In a sentence, the Conference was a nice mix of formal and informal discussions surrounding digital research library topics, and it was also nice to see a large number of familiar faces. The conference's content presented few surprises.
    • Date: 2006-06-27
    • Source: This text was never formally published.
    • Subject(s): digital libraries; JCDL; travel log;
    • URL:
  35. Tennessee Library Association
  36. European Conference on Digital Libraries
  37. Languaging '99
  38. American Library Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 2002
  39. DAIAD Goes to Ann Arbor
    • Description: The Digital Access and Information Architecture Department (DAIAD) went to visit the University of Michigan libraries between January 27 - 28, 2003 to network and learn how they do some of their work. This text outlines our experiences there.
    • Date: 2003-02-03
    • Source: This article was never really published.
    • Subject(s): Ann Arbor, MI; travel log;
    • URL:
  40. Access 2002, Windsor, Ontario
    • Description: This text documents my experiences at Access 2002 in Windsor, Ontario, October 21-23, 2002. The annual Access conference is Canadian in bent and brings together the more computer technologically minded people from all types of libraries -- academic, public, government, etc. What follows are my notes from many of the presentations.
    • Date: 2002-11-11
    • Source: This text was never formally published.
    • Subject(s): Winsor, Ontario; Access; travel log;
    • URL:
  41. Ontario Library Association (OLA) Annual Meeting, 2002
  42. Zagreb, Croatia: A travel log
    • Description: This entry outlines some of my experiences while attending a library conference in Zagreb (Croatia) March 2 - 5, 2006. From what I saw, librarianship in Croatia is similar to librarianship in the United States except the profession does not seem to be graying. From a cultural point of view, Croatia is a mixture of old and new providing opportunities for a great deal of diversity.
    • Date: 2006-03-14
    • Source: This page was never formally published.
    • Subject(s): Zagreb; Croatia; travel log;
    • URL:
  43. American Library Association Annual Meeting, 2006
  44. WILS' World Conference 95: A travel log
  45. OAI4: To CERN and Back Again
  46. Trip to Rochester to Learn about XC
    • Description: On February 8-9, 2007 I had the opportunity to visit the University of Rochester River Campus and meet with a number of very smart people to discuss a thing called XC (eXtensible Catalog, This travel log documents the experience.
    • Date: 2007-02-16
    • Source: This essay was first "published" on my home page at the University Libraries of Notre Dame (
    • Subject(s): travel log; OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogs);
    • URL:
  47. OCKHAM in Corvallis, OR
  48. Raleigh-Worcester-Lansing
    • Description: This travel log documents a three-legged trip starting in Raleigh on April 14, 1999, going to Worcester, MA to speak for the North Eastern Technical Services Librarians (NETSL), and moving on to Lansing, MI by April 19 to share some ideas about the immediate future of web-based services in libraries to a division of the Michigan Library Association (MLA).
    • Date: 1999-04-20
    • Source: Based on personal experience; this text was never fomally published.
    • Subject(s): Worcester, MA; Lansing, MI; travel log;
    • URL:

Creator: Eric Lease Morgan <>
Date created: 2000-06-20
Date updated: 2010-05-01