Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Live Webinars for April 2013

April webinars. Go learn stuff!

April's Featured Event: ALCTS Preservation Series
Apr 23. The Preservation of Family Photographs
Apr 24.  Personal Digital Archiving
Apr 25.  Dealing with Suppliers of Archival Products 

Apr 2.  Federal Government Information: Energy (WSL)

Apr 2.  Take this Job and Shelve It! (WSL)

Apr 3.  Changing Libraries: New Ways of Working (TSL)

Apr 9.  Common Core and the Public Librarian (SLJ)

Apr 10.  Creating E-Books Anyone Can Read (NISO) $

Apr 10.  The Tween Scene at Your Library (CSL)

Apr 11. Winning the Network Traffic Battle (eSchoolNews) 

Apr 12.  Introduction to RDA for Serials (Lyrasis) $

Apr 16.  Aligning Info Lit Outcomes with Institutional Goals (LT)

Apr 18.  The Present and Future of Ebooks (AL Live)

Apr 25.  Make the Library Central to your K-12 School (SLJ)

ALA (American Library Association)  All = $
15 events in April.  Click the link if interested.

Apr 2.  Addressing Bullying Through Books
Apr 4.  What's New in Youth Nonfiction

Apr 9.  Series Nonfiction: Spring 2013
Apr 16.  Weeding: The Basics and Beyond
Apr 11.  What's New in Children's Literature
Apr 16.  What's New in Teen Literature
Apr 18.  Small Claims Court Legal Resources
Apr 24.  People are Talking: Online Reputation Management

Library Journal
Apr 4.  Perspectives on Academic Patrons 
Apr 11.  Some Fine Romance: Spring Titles 2013 
Apr 23.  eBooks: Exploring the Rapidly Evolving Options 

Nebraska Library Commission
Apr 3.  Dig Into Reading: Nebraska's Summer Reading Program 
Apr 17. Teaching Information Literacy for College Readiness

May 1.  What does a Successful Internship Look Like?
Apr 3.  So Many Devices, So Little Time

Apr 10.  Creating a Digitally Inclusive Community
Apr 30.  Extending Access to e-books: New Strategies
Wild Apricot
Apr 3.  The Funding Houseparty: Party with a Purpose

Apr 4.  Measuring Social Media Results
Apr 8.  The New Serial Storytelling Model   
Apr 24.  Five Steps to Mastering Collaboration

Thursday, March 14, 2013

The Horizon Report in Action

The Horizon Report in Action: Emerging Technologies Today and Tomorrow

March 27, 2013, 1:00pm ET.  (Educause)

Wondering what’s new in mobiles, electronic books, learning analytics, and other emerging technology areas? Join Malcolm Brown and Veronica Diaz of the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative as they review the Horizon Report and examine how the report’s findings can be put to work at your institution. During this live hour and a half webinar, they’ll review various emerging technologies likely to have a significant impact on teaching and learning and creative expression over the next five years. They’ll also highlight how institutions across the world are implementing these technologies. The Horizon Report is an annual publication of the Horizon Project, a joint undertaking of the ELI and the New Media Consortium.


Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Library Safety and Security

Library Safety and Security (American Libraries Live)

I was waiting on the blurb for more info about this webinar, but I'm going to go put it out so you can get it on your calendar. Important topic, and the series so far has been good too. 

Thursday, March 14, 2pm EST.