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For an introduction to how Drupal can be used by libraries, take a look at Ellyssa Kroski's excellent overview.
Join our team at Towson! The Albert S. Cook Library seeks a highly skilled and innovative Web Application Developer to participate in all stages of the application development lifecycle. As a key participant in the continued development of the Library’s Drupal environment, discovery systems, and digital collections, this position will work with other members of the Library IT Department, librarians, archivists, and other library staff to design, develop, and integrate sites and applications to enhance the experiences of our internal and external audiences.Read more
Towson University Libraries seeks a highly skilled and innovative Web Services Specialist to participate in all stages of the application development life cycle. Under the direction of the Information Technology Librarian, this position provides primary web application development support for the Library’s online initiatives.Read more
Hi, We're looking for some quick short-term help migrating some data from a few different sources (CSV files and MS Access) into Drupal content types. It's not a ton of data but there's going to be enough cleanup work in the migration that we need some extra help.Read more
The UCLA Library has made a significant commitment to Drupal over the past three years, creating a new web site in Drupal and implementing the Islandora repository (a Drupal front-end to the Fedora Commons repository). We are ready to implement new services and applications in Drupal, some using angular.js. We also have some amazing collections to make publish and allow our campus community to explore, often in collaboration with innovative faculty and graduate student collaborators.
We are looking for a Drupal developer for a full time career (permanent) position to help realize these projects.Read more
REPOSTED! This position has been re-posted at a higher hourly rate and full telecommuting allowed. This is a temporary position for a Drupal web developer at the UNC Wilmington. The length of the position will be approximately 3 months, but may change. Hours are flexible. This position provides support for web development in Randall Library, specifically completing a Drupal website for the grant funded Port City Biz Info initiative. As directed, this position will be responsible for configuring, theming and providing support for the completion of this and other related Drupal websites.Read more
Academic library seeks designer/developer for our Drupal-based websites. This position will be responsible for creating website templates and layouts, including production of original web elements (i.e. graphics, icons), and day-to-day web development tasks within the Drupal content management system.
Complete job listing, requirements, and information on how to apply are available at HigherEdJobs.com.Read more
I hope everyone has been enjoying the seemingly slow transition into summer weather here in New England.
I wanted to let everyone know that we'll be holding our Drupal 7 Layout and Theming workshop later this month at our Waltham, MA headquarters on June 26 and 27.
This two day workshop will provide you with the following skills by the time you leave:
- Create custom layouts for landing pages on your site
- Make content appear dynamically based on where you are in the site structure
- Change the look of sections on your site
- Create a custom theme in Drupal
Hey there everyone,
I wanted to put out a message saying we're taking last calls for seats in our Drupal Module Development workshop taking place next week.
This workshop is a two-day event, and takes place at our Waltham, MA offices. The course will run from 9:30AM to 5:00PM on May 29 and 30.
As always, please feel free to ask me any questions by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information can be found at https://isovera.com/event/training/drupal-module-development-5.Read more
Hey there everyone,
I would like to let you know that Isovera will be hosting our Drupal Module Development workshop on May 29th and 30th. The workshop will be held from 9:30am until 5:00pm on both days.
By the end of the training you will be able to:
- Understand Drupal's hook system and development architecture
- Learn about the construction of 90% of Drupal modules
- Know how to develop simple to complex modules
- Know how to insert and extract data using Drupal's core database abstraction layer
- Be able to responsibly modify contributed modules using patches
I'll be doing a free, full-day, in-person training in Gainesville, Florida exclusively for Florida Librarians on Thursday, May 15, 2014.
The full name of the workshop is "Getting Your Stuff Into Drupal: Basics of Content Migration". It's going to be a full day of learning how to move content into Drupal in an automated manner. More details on the topic can be found here: http://drupaleasy.com/content/getting-stuff-drupal-basics-content-migrationRead more
Please join Isovera for our Drupal 7 in a Day workshop! We'll be holding this training event on April 25th from 9:30am until 5:00pm.
Due to the nature of this course, it tends to be one of our most popular, so please make sure to register sooner than later if you'd like to reserve a seat.
If you're registering more than one person from your organization, please let me know, as we do offer group discounts. As always, please feel free to email me at email@example.com for any questions you may have.
Register here: https://isovera.com/event/training/drupal-7-day-5Read more
I wanted to ask a general question of the group regarding digital signatures.
A digital signature in the truest sense links a unique document and it's contents to the "signature" of the person signing it, and the combination of the two constitutes the digital signature.
What I'm trying to find out is if anyone has done something similar to this:Read more
Final reminder, I promise.
There's still a few seats open for our Layout and Theming workshop taking place Thursday and Friday (March 27 and 28).
If this is something you'd like to learn more about, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://isovera.com/event/training/drupal-7-layout-and-theming-5. As always, I will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.
Please remember to mention if you're registering more than one person, as we do offer group discounts.
Thanks again, and have a wonderful weekend!
Aaron S.Read more
Hey there everyone,
I am just sending out a friendly reminder that Isovera will be holding our Layout and Theming workshop on the 27th and 28th of March. This is a two day workshop at our Waltham, MA headquarters.
If you'd like to register, please visit https://isovera.com/event/training/drupal-7-layout-and-theming-5, or contact me directly at email@example.com
As always, please feel free to email me for any questions you may have.
Aaron S.Read more
Hey there everyone!
I just wanted to let you know that Isovera will be holding our Drupal Module Development workshop later this month. The dates are Thursday, February 27th and Friday the 28th. The workshop will be held from 9:30AM until 5:00PM on both days. We're about to shut down registration, so please contact me if you're interested.Read more
We will resume on February 25th at 6:30pm. Our speaker will be Nathan Collins talking about what “git” is, and how to use it for tracking changes in files, modules, themes, or anything else you may want to track. Go to http://github.com to create a tracking account there. Finally, the “git” software can be accessed at http://git-scm.com/.
Module of the Month
Our module of the month will continue with the Views Series by looking at some useful additional views modules including views_calc and calendar.Read more
Hey there everyone!
I just wanted to let you know that Isovera will be holding our Drupal Module Development workshop later this month. The dates are Thursday, February 27th and Friday the 28th. The workshop will be held from 9:30AM until 5:00PM on both days.
If you'd like more information, or would like to register, please visit: https://isovera.com/event/training/drupal-module-development-4 or contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to ask about group discounts if you're interested in registering more than one person.Read more
Hey there everyone!
I wanted to send out a reminder that Isovera will be hosting a Drupal 7 in a Day workshop on January 31st, 2014.
What better way to start 2014 than to brush up on Drupal 7 basics, or to learn them for the first time!
Have a wonderful New Years!
Aaron ShenetteRead more
Johnson County Library is looking for a creative and committed individual to fill the position of Web Designer. This position will have the primary responsibility for developing the graphics, design and interface of the Library's website and related Web services. As a member of the Web Content Team, this position reports to the Web Content Manager and works on a team with Web Content Developers as well as colleagues, patrons and community partners to provide access to ideas, information, experiences and materials that support and enrich people's lives.
Job functions include:Read more
I was wondering if anyone else was looking at online badges for their summer reading sites.
Here is an example of the idea (in WordPress)
And if you are looking at this idea how are you going about it, ie hiring a company or building it in house. I would also be curious about the modules are you using?
I know that BiblioCommons has something like this but I am not looking at that option at this time.
Thanks in advance for the information,
Digital Branch Manager
Kitsap Regional Library