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What library technology topic are you passionate about? Have something to
The Library Information Technology Association (LITA) invites you to share
your expertise with a national audience! For years, LITA has offered online
learning programs on technology-related topics of interest to LITA Members
and wider American Library Association audience.

*Submit a proposal by April 30th, 2018*
to teach a webinar, webinar series, or online course for Summer/Fall 2018.

We seek and encourage submissions from underrepresented groups, such as
women, people of color, the LGBTQ+ community, and people with disabilities.

All topics related to the intersection of technology and libraries are
welcomed. Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

   - Visualization
   - Privacy and analytics
   - Data librarianship
   - Technology spaces
   - Ethics and access
   - Project management
   - Augmented and virtual reality
   - Data-driven decision-making
   - Tech design for social justice
   - Diversity in library technology
   - Collection assessment metrics beyond CPU
   - Government information and digital preservation

Instructors receive a *$500 honorarium for an online course or $150 for
webinars*, split among instructors. For more information, access the online
submission form <http://www.ala.org/lita/teach-lita-program-proposal-form>.
Check out our list of current and past course offerings
<http://www.ala.org/lita/learning/online> to see what topics have been
covered recently.

Proposals will be evaluated by the LITA Education Committee and will be
assigned a committee liaison. That person is responsible for contacting you
no later than 30 days after your submission to provide feedback.

We’re looking forward to a slate of compelling and useful online education
programs this year!

*Questions or Comments?*

For all other questions or comments related to the Education Call for
Proposals, contact LITA at (312) 280-4268 or Mark Beatty, mbea...@ala.org


Ally Williams, M.Ed.
Instructional Designer
pronouns: she/her, they/them
Frontier Nursing University
Email: ally.willi...@frontier.edu
Apple Teacher Certified
Google Educator, Level One and Two

"Take chances, make mistakes, and get messy."
~Ms. Frizzle, "The Magic School Bus"

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