Category: Drupal

Drupal/WordPress/Librarian Job: Analyst/Programmer, CSU San Marcos Library

Under the direction of the Coordinator for Library Technology and Systems and the general supervision of the Associate Dean, the incumbent will provide programming support for Library applications and systems. The incumbent will work closely with user departments to create technical application and system solutions to a wide variety of standard and non-standard functional problems. These applications and systems include...

Drupal/Librarian Job: Web Developer @University of Michigan Library

The University of Michigan Library seeks an experienced and motivated developer to manage and extend the Library’s Drupal 7 and Drupal 6 websites. This position is part of a team of developers in Library Web Systems that creates new tools and sites for the library, including the public-facing library web site and a staff intranet. We are about to embark...

Drupal/Librarian Job: Web Librarian @Appalachian State University

The University Libraries at Appalachian State University seeks an innovative, self-directed Web Librarian to provide leadership in the implementation and maintenance of the Library’s web presence. This is an excellent opportunity to work in a collaborative, energetic, and enthusiastic environment. The ideal candidate will be a catalyst for identifying and advancing the use of emerging technologies. Appalachian State University is...

Drupal/WordPress position in Johnson County Library (Kansas)

A full time, Drupal and WordPress related position in the Johnson County Library (Kansas) opened up: Web Content Developer The Web Content Developer has primary responsibility for writing, creating, re-packaging and managing content for the Library’s website; coordinating social networking and related on-line community collaborations; and analyzing library and community information needs to plan for short and long-term site development....

Drupal Camp Stanford University 2013

I signed up for Drupal Camp Stanford University 2013, to be held April 5-6, 2013, but probably will not make it. I did in 2011 and didn’t in 2012. Here are some of the sessions that I suspect I would benefit from if I could be there this year. Beginner level: Elegant Content Sharing: R.I.P. Feeds, Hello Large-Scale Content Syndication! I have been using Feeds...

Drupal in libraries workshop at the European Library Automation Group's annual conference

There will be two “Drupal in Libraries” sessions at the European Library Automation Group‘s annual conference, held in Ghent, Belgium Between May 28 and 31, 2013. The official description reads: The first session is about introductions: we would like to see 3-4 15 minutes presentations (focusing on available library-centric Drupal modules), and some 5 minutes “lighting talks” (focusing implementations –...

Job Posting: eBranch Manager for Drupal website in Gainesville, FL

Alachua County Library District has a posting for a digital services manager for a content-rich Drupal website. The eBranch Manager supervises two digital services librarians. Team is responsible for website user experience and content, ILS user experience, patron support for eBooks and other digital services, staff training and programs. This position is responsible for the administration and efficient daily operation...

Tip of the week #2: How to create Drupal nodes in batch from an XLS, CSV file or from an RSS feed?

I searched high and wide at the Drupal Modules on a solution that would allow me to create new nodes either from an RSS feed (so I could automatically create new pages based on my Google Alerts that I set for my topic of interest) or from a spreadsheet (where I kept track of a list of items of interests in...

drupal4lib conference within the code4lib conference

During the code4lib conference in February 11-14 in Chicago there will be a drupal4lib conference too. Let me break down that sentence for you. code4lib isn’t entirely about code or libraries. It is a volunteer-driven collective of hackers, designers, architects, curators, catalogers, artists and instigators from around the world, who largely work for and with libraries, archives and museums on...

OPAC module to integrate library catalogs into Drupal 7

OPAC is a newish module for Drupal 7, that enables libraries to integrate their catalog into Drupal allowing importing records, make advanced searches with faceted results, circulation task etc … This module is intended to work with any ILS by using connectors. Everyone can make its own by creating a php file. Read the full description at drupal.org/project/opac It was developed...