Category Archives: Technology
Special Libraries Association Princeton-Trenton Chapter AND New Jersey Chapter “Explore the Internet of Things” Speaker: Projit Aon Senior Manager of Product Management & Development In Verizon’s Global Product and Services Projit Aon leads product management for the Connectivity Management Group … Continue reading
NJ Greater Princeton/Trenton SLA Chapter and the New Jersey SLA Chapter PRESENT: Tech Fest: One evening, three presentations and one hack session to solve the world’s tech problems, or maybe only yours Date: Wednesday, September 30th, 2015 Location: Rutgers University … Continue reading
How might you use social media to grow as a professional? To promote your library? For research and current awareness? To monitor the competition? Joyce Valenza, an Assistant Professor and Director of the MLIS program at Rutgers SC&I, will tour … Continue reading
A regular feature of life for law librarians is docket searching. We all know the woes of using New Jersey’s state court public case access. While we have left behind the buzzing and beeping of our modems from the old … Continue reading
In LLRX.com, Roger V. Skalbeck and Barbara Fullerton discuss a variety of technology tools that can make the lives of information professionals easier and more productive. To view the article, click here. Visit NJLLA’s web site at http://www.njlla.org.
From today’s Star Ledger: “The investigation of former state assemblyman Neil Cohen on suspicion of accessing child pornography has raised a host of technical and legal issues, and temporarily left his two fellow lawmakers with limited computer access.” Visit NJLLA’s … Continue reading
From Genie Tyburski, Web Manager, Virtual Chase [dot] com: Everything Has an End To paraphrase Shakespeare, the inaudible and noiseless foot of time passes almost without notice. Indeed, the past 12 years, spent writing about research strategies and resources, flew … Continue reading
From today’s Jersey Journal, Troy Dreier provides a brief overview of the recent release of Mozilla’s Firefox internet browser in: Energize your Internet browsing with Firefox 3. Visit NJLLA’s web site at http://www.njlla.org.
The discussion continues in this recent Houston Chronicle (Chron.com) article, It’s online, and today’s librarians are experts at finding it. Visit NJLLA’s web site at http://www.njlla.org.