HTML5 just an incremental update to HTML4.01, or is it a new, revolutionary technology that is gong to change the web? Well, it’s actually a bit of both, and in this webcast we’ll give you a 45 minute jump start on this new technology and everything you need to know when [...]
*Are you a baby boomer (or do you care about one)?
*Do you realize that the first of the baby boomers are turning 65 this year?
*Does the word ‘retirement’ fill you with anticipation? fear? curiosity? dread? denial?
*Did you know that most people spend more time planning their two-week vacation than they do their retirement? [...]
Join us for an introduction to the revised edition of the popular “Small But Powerful Guide to Winning Big Support for Your Rural Library,” a new toolkit from the American Library Association’s Committee on Rural, Native, and Tribal Libraries of All Kinds, Office for Literacy and Outreach Services, and the Association for Rural and Small [...]
Times are tough, unemployment is up, and libraries have responded by expanding services to people who are looking for jobs. But how about addressing the needs of people who are creating jobs? Entrepreneurs, especially the “new creatives” – designers, chefs, writers, landscapers, crafters, techies, and other imaginative problem-solvers – are expected to play a leading [...]
Looking to provide basic computer training for an adult audience? Learn more about the My PC Series, a completely free and fun, hands-on, jargon-free curriculum of computer classes developed by Microsoft for adult learners that aims to make this challenge a bit easier.
This new curriculum centers on Windows® 7 and Windows Live™ Essentials and is [...]
With the library taking a much deeper look at marketing itself in order to bring in patrons, this program will look specifically at the Teens and Tweens of the community and present effective means of marketing to them. Since this is a traditionally under served population in the library, we will [...]
Times are tough, unemployment is up, and libraries have responded by expanding services to people who are looking for jobs. But how about addressing the needs of people who are creating jobs? Entrepreneurs, especially the “new creatives” – designers, chefs, writers, landscapers, crafters, techies, and other imaginative problem-solvers – are expected [...]
In this session Michael Sauers, the Nebraska Library Commission’s Technology Innovation Librarian, takes you on a tour of Google+, Google’s latest attempt at creating a social network. At only a few months old it already has more than 50 million users and was designed with privacy in mind from the beginning. [...]
Attend this webinar to learn about our research findings that will inform future development and inspire effectiveness for virtual reference services.
In this webinar, Lynn Silipigni Connaway, Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist at OCLC, and Marie L. Radford, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Communication & Information, Rutgers, will discuss the key findings [...]
Curious to see what website experts really think when they look at a website? Join us on Thursday, November 10 at 11 a.m. Pacific time for Short Evaluations of Real Websites. This webinar is presented in cooperation with SAP, a donor partner of TechSoup. During the hour, web design experts Susanne [...]