Technology Project Management: Following Best Practices & Building Your Skill Set

Around 100 people attended the program “Technology Project Management: Following Best Practices and Building Your Skill Set” on Saturday, June 22, at the 2019 ALA Annual Conference. The program was sponsored by the Library and Information Technology Association (LITA). The concept for the presentation came from Al Cornish, Director of Library Technology Services at University of Oregon, but he was unable to attend, so Janetta Waterhouse (director of technical services and library systems at the University of Albany) presented their work solo. Regular project management approaches are usually for much larger projects than a library might face, so this presentation aimed to translate it to a smaller, more library-friendly scale.

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