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NLC's May Webinars

posted May 10, 2011, 10:54 AM by Icon Library

The NLC has provided a list of 40 webinars for this May at

http://www.nlc.state.ne.us/libdev/ce/webinars.html.

These are free and many will be archived. You might want to go to their website and sign up for a few. Some have limited space so I would register as soon as possible.

 

Below are some of the webinars.

Technology-related (10)

-The Horizon Report in Action: Emerging Technologies Today and Tomorrow

(EDUCAUSE) –

May 3rd 12-1 p.m.

-Ten Tips for Managing Technology Planning (LE@D) –

May 3rd 1-2 p.m. (http://www.leadonline.info/)

-5 Case Studies: Facebook (and other social tools) for Program and Service Delivery (Common Knowledge)

-Update: eBooks at Cushing Academy (OPAL) -Marketing in a World Gone Mobile (American Management Association)

-Twitter: Forbid It, Ignore It, or Use It? Insight and Implementation (TLT

Group)

-E-Z Web Accessibility: Cascading Style Sheets as a Powerful Accessibility Tool (Accessible Technology Coalition) -Tech Talk with Michael Sauers (Nebraska Library Commission) -Developing an Online Instructional Resources Website: What, Why, How (TLT

Group)

-Next Generation Discovery Forum (Library Journal)

Library Administration (11)

-Introduction to OCLC's Future Delivery Services (OCLC) -Winning Library Grants (WebJunction) -How a Firm Can Differentiate Itself By Hiring Technologists with Disabilities (ADA Online) -Proposal Budgeting Basics (GrantSpace) -Libraries Partnering to Support Small Business and Entrepreneurs

(WebJunction)

-Your Board and Fundraising: An Introductory Class (GrantSpace)

-Bozarthzone: Tips for the Positive Deviant (insynctraining) -Doing More with Less: Achieving ROI from Self-Services (Library Journal) -Bozarthzone! The Influential Trainer (insynctraining) -Cross-Training for a Flexible Staff (Infopeople) -Project Management 101 (Georgia Library Association)

The Trustee Academy

-Trustee Basics, Part I

-Trustee Basics, Part II

-Working Effectively with the Library Director -The Library's Budget -Advocating for Your Library

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