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Welcome

Code4Lib 2011 conference attendees: We cannot wait to welcome you to the beautiful city of Bloomington and the flagship campus of Indiana University. Drawing software development experts from all areas of library and information science, this year’s event promises countless opportunities to share the best in software development tools and ideas.

The conference will take place in the Indiana Memorial Union (IMU) at IU Bloomington. We are indebted to the members of the local organizing, program, and voting committees for their tireless planning efforts  – and to you, the participants, for making this event so unforgettable and important to the library community.

As this year's conference hosts, the Indiana University Libraries and University Information Technology Services (UITS) are bringing together a wide-ranging group of developers from academia, the information industry, and public libraries.

Together, we hope to deliver not only an excellent technical program, but also a pervasive social program that brings all of us together in new ways. After all, Bloomington is a vibrant city, rich in college-and home-town appeal, as well as diverse cuisines, arts, and music.

We look forward to seeing you soon, and wish you a heartfelt welcome to the Code4Lib 2011 Conference.

Robert H. McDonald
Local Organizing Committee Chair, Code4Lib 2011


Code4Lib 2011 Local Organizing Committee, Indiana University:

Chanitra Bishop, Emerging Technologies Librarian
Gary Charbonneau, Systems Librarian
Diane Dallis, Associate Dean for Library Academic Services
Jon Dunn, Director, Library Technologies and Digital Libraries
Mike Durbin, Infrastructure Programmer, Digital Library Program
Julie Hardesty, Usability Specialist, Digital Library Program
Mary Popp, Digital User Experience Librarian
Vern Wilkins, Associate Director for Library Technology Core Services

Keynote Address

Diane Hillmann
Diane Hillmann
Tuesday, 2/8

The keynote speaker for this year's event is Diane Hillmann, noted metadata expert and Director of Metadata Initiatives for the Information Institute of Syracuse: About Diane

Hillmann has worked extensively in digital library development for the past decade, and has considerable project management and metadata experience. She has been involved with Dublin Core since its inception, as the editor of "Using Dublin Core," former administrator of the AskDCMI Service, co-moderator of the DC Education Community, and former member of the DCMI Usage Board.

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