1. Thank you for providing feedback on the 2016 LITA Forum.

Thank you for attending the 2016 LITA Forum in Fort Worth, TX. Your responses to this survey are important to our planning process for future LITA Forums. To insure the success and value of those LITA Forums we appreciate your considered ratings and comments.

* 1. Please rate the LITA Forum for your Overall Experience

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Overall rating of the LITA Forum

* 2. Please rate the following:

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Advance publicity & communication
Preregistration
Online proposal submission form
LITA Forum website
Onsite LITA Forum check-in/assistance
Facility
Meals provided
Networking opportunities
Overall quality of concurrent sessions
Poster Sessions
Lightning Talks
Uncommons Room
Value for cost

* 3. Please rate the Keynote Sessions you attended.

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OPENING GENERAL SESSION: Cecily Walker
GENERAL SESSION: Waldo Jaquith
CLOSING GENERAL SESSION: Tara Robertson

* 4. Please rate any Concurrent Sessions, Friday 2:15 - 3:00 pm, program you attended.

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5-6-7 of Staff Training: Tips and Tricks for Teaching Technical Skills During Implementations and Migrations
We Started a Library Analytics Program. You'll Never Believe What Happens Next.
Evolution of a Discovery Service: Development from functional and technical perspectives
Metadata for Non-Librarians
Library Services Navigation: Improving the Online User Experience

* 5. Please rate any Concurrent Sessions, Friday 3:30 - 4:15 pm, program you attended.

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Strategic Developments in Digital Initiatives at Academic Libraries / An Immodest Proposal: Libraries are IT Organizations (and Should be Structured Accordingly)
Analytics Rosetta Stone - Get your metrics on the web and make them sexy
Rethinking the Integrated Library System
Lights, Camera, Advocacy: Digital Storytelling for Your Library
Information Architecture Competencies for Librarians / Sustaining Usability: How to Make a Style Guide that People Will Actually Use

* 6. Please rate any Concurrent Sessions, Friday 4:30 - 5:15 pm, program you attended.

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Yes, We've Tried Turning it Off and On Again
Using Digital Analytics to Assess the Real World
Writing Favorable License Agreements
MakerSpaces: Plans are Worthless, But Planning is Everything
Measuring Your Message: Using Campaign URLs and Event Tracking to Assess Your Library’s Marketing Efforts / Why Does Quality Assurance Matter in Web Archiving?

* 7. Please rate any Concurrent Sessions, Saturday 10:15 - 11:00 am, program you attended.

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Growing Up Fast: Using Vagrant to Prototype New Infrastructure /Vagrant and Docker as Learning Environments
More Effective Library Applications with Application Vendor APIs / Data Manipulation for ILS Migration
Charting Literary Trails: Engaging Community Partners and Mapping Technology to Create Mobile Walking Tours
Building Digitally Inclusive Communities
UX for Less BUX: Five Tools for UX on the Cheap

* 8. Please rate any Concurrent Sessions, Saturday 11:15 am - Noon, program you attended.

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It's a DevOps Affair: How to Dev so your Ops Hearts
Visualizing and Modeling Chicago’s ‘One Book’ Program
From the Attic to the Archives: An App for Crowd Sourcing Cultural Heritage Collections
Tech Assistance for Cutting Edge Communities
User Experience and Assessment: Building a Framework from Within / Beyond the Learning Commons: Creating a Digital Literacy Eco-System in Your Library

* 9. Please rate any Concurrent Sessions, Saturday 2:30 - 3:15 pm, program you attended.

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Raspberry Pi Four Ways
Creating a Library Learning Analytics Database
Virtual Reality: Repurposing Digital Content to Create Virtual Exhibits
Making Maker Literacy
It’s Time for an Intervention: Using LibGuides Analytics to Enhance Usability

* 10. Please rate any Concurrent Sessions, Saturday 4:15 - 5:00 pm, program that you attended.

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If You Do I.T., Teach It! A Free Curriculum to Augment Librarian Tech Skills
An Adaptable and Scalable Framework for Managing, Analyzing and Visualizing Library Data / Creating the Library Data Dashboard
Creating Immersive Educational Environments Using Virtual Reality / Using Openness as Foundation for Research Data Management Services
Tech 2 Go: Circulating Nontraditional Items
Developing a Unified Library eReader / From invisibility to e-visibility: innovation in e-book display

* 11. Please rate any Concurrent Sessions, Saturday 5:15 - 6:00 pm, program that you attended.

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Gender, Diversity, Talent Management, and Library IT Leadership
Geovisualizing Collections of Penn State University Libraries: a geographical and statistical perspective of use, age, and relevancy / Visualizing Global Impact of an Institutional Repository
Library Support for Open Educational Resources
Circulating Wi-Fi Hotspots in Public Libraries
Communication, Culture, and Collaboration: Rethinking the Library Intranet

* 12. Please rate any Concurrent Sessions, Sunday 9:00 - 9:45 am, program that you attended.

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Successfully Navigating Change: Lessons Learned from a System Implementation
Data 2.0: Transforming your view of the library through innovative data gathering
Maybe the Silo isn't the Problem: Some Approaches to Building a Cross-Platform (Meta)Data Infrastructure
Implementing Virtual Reality in an Academic Library
Patron Activity Monitoring and Privacy Protection

* 13. Please rate any Concurrent Sessions, Sunday 10:00 - 10:45 am, program that you attended.

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IAAS: The Next Step in Cloud Services for Libraries
Staying afloat in the data sea or, How we stopped trying to represent it all
Defining and examining Massive Digital Libraries / Fedora 4 Project Update
Hack the Library 2015 - an App-Building Competition for Generating New Ideas and Engaging Students at Adelphi University Libraries
VR: the next step in information evolution

* 14. Please provide any additional session comments here

* 15. What topics or themes would you be interested in for the next LITA Forum?

* 16. Were you a presenter at this year's LITA Forum?

* 17. When planning on attending the LITA Forum, what is your most important consideration? (check all that apply)

* 18. The 2016 LITA Forum utilized several methods for posting the schedule and encouraging communications during the conference. Please rate your experience with any of these you used.

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LITA website
LITA Forum wiki
Slack messaging app
Paper pocket folding schedule

* 19. Which of the following would you like to see incorporated into future LITA Forums? (check all that apply)

* 20. Overall, I found the technology level of sessions at this year's Forum...

* 21. How many LITA Forums have you attended, including this one?

* 22. If you have attended a previous LITA Forum, which is the most recent you attended?

* 23. How did you hear about the LITA Forum? (check all that apply)

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* 27. Please provide any additional comments on your experience at LITA Forum.

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