September 29, 2006

We had a great webcast this past Wednesday previewing some of the new features to be included with the Event Tracker tool in TechAtlas version 2.3. We received great feedback from the participants, and we’ve posted some follow-up documents to the TechAtlas Online Learning Materials page on WebJunction.

TechAtlas version 2.3 is currently scheduled for release sometime in mid-November, and we’ll be holding at least one more webcast to preview new features in that release. For more information, visit the Online Learning Materials page. And thanks to everyone who participated in the webcast!

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TechAtlas in the news

September 26, 2006

WebJunction recently received permission from the good folks at Information Today to post a copy of a great article from Computers in Libraries magazine. Stephanie Gerding and Pam McKellar authored a great article for the July/August edition of Computers in Libraries entitled Wishing Won’t Work: 10 Things You Need to Know and Do When Applying for Technology Grants. This is a wonderfully comprehensive article that places technology planning (and TechAtlas!) in the larger context of applying for library technology grants. Click the article title above to take a look at this great resource on WebJunction.


TechAtlas in Arizona

September 7, 2006

WebJunction and the good folks from the Arizona State Library will be presenting a pre-conference at this year’s Arizona Library Association Annual Conference in Mesa on Tuesday, November 14.

The program is entitled Taking Control of Technology: Managing Technology Assets in the Public Library. We’ll be featuring TechAtlas in this presentation, so if you’re going to be in Mesa on November 14, please consider joining us!


Event Tracker preview webcast

September 6, 2006

We have been busily working away on enhancements for the next version of TechAtlas (version 2.3). Among other things, we have been working on some new features for the TechAtlas Event Tracker tool. On Wednesday, September 27, we will present a free webcast preview of these new Event Tracker features. Please consider joining us – this is your opportunity to provide feedback on these new features before we put them into production later this year!