The Library Technology Conference would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of the 2014 conference:
Bepress is the creator of Digital Commons, the leading hosted institutional repository software platform. Digital Commons is a suite of tools and services that enables institutions to manage, display, and publish scholarship to the web in a beautiful, highly visible showcase. Digital Commons offers the features of a traditional IR as well as professional-grade publishing software, management tools, and individual faculty and researcher pages to promote and disseminate scholarship and serve academia.
With Digital Commons, universities can collect, preserve, and make visible all of their intellectual output, including pre-prints, working papers, journal articles, dissertations, master’s theses, conference proceedings, presentations, creative works, and a wide variety of other content types.
EBSCO provides e-journal, e-book and e-journal package and print subscriptions, e-resource management tools, full-text and secondary databases, and related services for all types of libraries, research organizations and corporations.
St. Catherine University offers coeducational graduate degree programs in organizational leadership, education, holistic health studies, nursing, occupational and physical therapy, social work, library science, and theology. Each graduate program focuses on advanced knowledge in both theoretical and applied aspects of a particular field. All programs are committed to excellence and the integration of liberal arts within each discipline. Central themes in the graduate programs are: ethics and leadership; holistic view of the individual; social justice; critical analysis; and interactive, integrative learning. Many courses are offered in the late afternoon and evening or on weekends. Most programs can be completed in two to three years of full-time study. For more information visit our website at stkate.edu/graduate or call at (651) 690-6933 or (800) 945-4599 ext. 6933.