What we're about

code4lib Toronto is a regional chapter of the code4lib community (https://code4lib.org/). We are bringing together library, museums, and archives people interested in code and technology (and vice-versa).

We host regular meetups to informally discuss issues and share approaches, techniques, and code across institutional and project divides. We also run hands-on workshops to learn new tools and techniques. If you are interested in hosting a workshop, please get in touch with the organisers!

There is more to code4lib than just the Toronto chapter. To engage with the global community, subscribe to the mailing list (https://lists.clir.org/cgi-bin/wa?A0=CODE4LIB), or the Slack channel (https://code4lib.slack.com/), read the code4lib journal (http://journal.code4lib.org/) and check out other regional groups (https://wiki.code4lib.org/Main_Page#Local_.2F_Regional_Groups)!

Upcoming events (3)

Demystifying the library stack

BiblioCommons

Solr, Fedora, Blacklight, Samvera, Hydra, Cantaloupe, Islandora, AtoM... the wide array of technologies that are behind library and archive applications can be confusing. We'll try to make sense of it all. More details forthcoming.

Metadata cleanup

Toronto

Learn and share tools and techniques to clean up and batch process metadata. More details to come.

November meetup - topic TBD

Ryerson University

Topic to be determined. Feel free to reach out to the organizers if you have a topic we should address!

Past events (20)

Web Accessibility

Gerstein Science Information Centre

Photos (10)