After years of prepping and months of writing and editing, I finally published my first article!
The article is focused on accessibility and assumes that you are a web developer or can understand web development to at least an intermediate level. The idea was to fill a bit of a gap since so many accessibility guides focus on the most basic, usually content bits, and we wanted to go a step further.
Published July 18, 2017 in Issue 37 of the Code4Lib Journal, authored by myself and Michael Schofield: A Practical Starter Guide on Developing Accessible Websites.
This is one of those presentations that never was, but I thought it would be interesting to write up anyway as a reflective piece. Interestingly, I didn’t find out that I would be the library’s ILS administrator until after I started the job. It didn’t really make any difference, and if anything, I was glad to be doing some of the operational work on the systems side. I have never actually been a systems librarian so I had a lot to learn and I have been grateful for the opportunity. Continue reading Learning to be a Systems Administrator for Horizon ILS
We got a bunch of presentations from both SD and a couple of presentations from libraries. Continue reading Notes for BC SirsiDynix Users Group Meeting 2017
I totally blame @yo_bj for this talk since she was the one who pushed the lightning talk sign up board at me. I hope it was interesting and/or useful to some people. Continue reading Write the Docs Lightning Talk: Write the Accessible Docs
Doing talk timing this morning while writing notes, so forgive me if I don’t get everything but videos and slides should be up later after the conference is done. Continue reading Write the Docs Day 2: Morning Presentations