Webinar

Tech Training Made Simple with Online Videos

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When: 
11/18/2009 - 7:00pm America/Los_Angeles
Duration: 
One hour
Wouldn’t it be great if complicated technology concepts were explained in a simple way that’s easy to understand? Imagine how something like this could assist you in training sessions for patrons or staff. Well look no further, Common Craft creates explanatory videos “In Plain English” that cover topics like green, money, society and technology.

Learn How TechSoup Can Help Your Organization

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When: 
11/12/2009 - 7:00pm America/Los_Angeles
Duration: 
One hour
Whether you're a regular TechSoup for Libraries user or haven't heard of us til now, we've got a free webinar coming up that will likely show you something new about how you can get more out of the variety of (free) services we offer to nonprofits and libraries. Join TechSoup.org content creators, community leaders, and customer service support for a tour of how your library can use all that TechSoup has to offer to improve your technology and help reach your mission.

Free Webinar: Green Tech Tips for Small Organizations

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When: 
11/04/2009 - 6:00pm America/Los_Angeles
Duration: 
45 minutes

Tomorrow, November 4th, TechSoup Talks and Microsoft will be conducting two free webinars which will help nonprofits and libraries learn how to reduce the environmental impact of their information technology and how to effectively use IT to improve their organizations’ efficiency. We’ll discuss ways that greening IT can help reduce energy, resource usage and costs.

Organize Your Donor Data with Telosa

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Duration: 
One hour

Are you tracking your data through multiple spreadsheets, emails and sheets of paper found throughout your office? You’re not alone. Learn about Telosa’s Exceed! Basic, a tool that can help you organize your data, especially that which is donor related. Not only will you learn how to get your data into one place, but we’ll discuss how you can use this tool to streamline and automate many of the routine, yet time-consuming tasks associated with fundraising and donor management.

Technology Planning with TechAtlas

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When: 
10/29/2009 - 6:00pm America/Los_Angeles
Duration: 
One hour
Join WebJunction to explore the technology planning features in their free resource, TechAtlas for Libraries. The TechAtlas tools can help your library build a technology plan starting with defining your mission and vision, creating goals and objectives and all the way through budgeting your expenses. We'll discuss important tips for libraries that apply for E-rate funds and that are creating a technology plan as a requirement for that program.

Using Ning to Connect with your Community

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Duration: 
One hour

The internet is a great tool for communicating and connecting. We now have a variety of ways to do so, but which one is best suited for your needs? Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn? Each serves its purpose and audience, but what if your needs aren’t served with these tools? Create your own! Ning is a powerful tool that allows you to not only create a dynamic, easy to update website, but its functionality allows your community to create accounts, share information, connect with you and other people in your community and work collaboratively.

Best Small Library in America 2009

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When: 
10/07/2009 - 6:00pm America/Los_Angeles
Duration: 
One hour

Union County Carnegie LibraryRegister now for WebJunction's free webinar with Nancy Rosenwald, the library director of this year’s Library Journal

Web Services for Underfunded, Understaffed Libraries

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When: 
09/17/2009 - 6:00pm America/Los_Angeles
Duration: 
One hour

All OPAL public events are free of charge and open to everyone worldwide. Most OPAL online programs last about an hour.  

Join Bohyun Kim, the Digital Access Librarian at the Medical Library of the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine at Florida Internation University, for a lively, informative presentation and discussion about how underfunded and understaffed libraries of all types and sizes can make web services work for their organizations and their users.

Host: TAP Information Services

Digital Reference Summit: Be Where Your Users Are

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When: 
09/30/2009 - 6:00pm America/Los_Angeles
Duration: 
1 1/2 hours
After a decade of adjustment, libraries are reaffirming their role as key information providers in this digital age. Call it what you will, libraries are providing digital reference, chat reference, virtual reference, online reference, synchronous reference, and now text message reference as part of their library’s suite of services.

Building the Digital Branch for the 21st Century: WebJunction

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When: 
09/15/2009 - 6:00pm America/Los_Angeles
Duration: 
1 hour
When was the last time your website was redesigned - three years ago? Last century? Join presenter David Lee King for Building the Digital Branch: Guidelines to Transform Your Website for the 21st Century, a webinar brought to you in special collaboration with WebJunction-Kansas and ALA TechSource.

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