12 مايو 2012

سلسلة ندوات "العمل معاً للحفاظ على المكتبات مزدهرة Working Together to Keep Libraries Thriving"!

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته،


تقدم "Cerado Reference" سلسلة من الندوات المهنية الجديدة والتى تعقد وتبث عبر شبكة الإنترنت مجاناً خلال صيف 2012، تحت عنوان: "العمل معاً للحفاظ على المكتبات مزدهرة Working Together to Keep Libraries Thriving".

وفيما يلي عرضاً مفصلاً لتلك الندوات:

Learning Through Community Effort: Collaboration for Increased Project Success

Date & Time: Monday, June 25, 10AM EST / 7AM PST / 3PM UTC and Wednesday, June 27, 10AM EST / 7AM PST / 3PM UTC

Description: The Libraries Thriving Learning Community, organized by Credo Reference and LYRASIS, invites members to think about and engage on key current issues with the aim of developing approaches, solutions and responses that demonstrate the effectiveness of individual library professionals as well as libraries' effectiveness within the institutions of which they are a part. Since February, community participants have been engaging in a variety of interactions, primarily online, to explore and experiment with the kinds of individual and institutional actions needed for libraries to thrive. Join this session to learn about this innovative online collaboration and to hear details about how you can join a similar group in an upcoming learning community.

Registration:

Register for Monday, June 25, 10AM EST / 7AM PST / 3PM UTC: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/321691720

Register for Wednesday, June 27, 10AM EST / 7AM PST / 3PM UTC: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/475384608

Reaching the Youth at Your Library

Date & Time: Monday, July 9, 10AM EST / 7AM PST / 3PM UTC and Wednesday, July 11 2PM EST / 11AM PST / 7PM UTC

Description: School’s out for summer, as you’ve probably noticed because of the recent influx of tots and teens participating in your story hours and book clubs. Public librarians with experience in youth outreach will spend this hour sharing what has worked and what has not when it comes to reaching this patron population at their libraries. Bring your own best practices to share with the group as well.

Registration:

Register for Monday, July 9, 10AM EST / 7AM PST / 3PM UTC: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/392668137  

Register for Wednesday, July 11 2PM EST / 11AM PST / 7PM UTC: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/924800329

Extending the Reach of Your Academic Skills Instruction

Date & Time: Tuesday, July 24, 10 AM EST/ 7AM PST/ 3PM UTC and Tuesday, July 31, 10AM EST/7 AM PST/ 3 PM UTC

Description: The Skills@Library team from University of Leeds was recognized for their work on a valuable resource for lecturers teaching such academic skills at the 2012 Librarians’ Information Literacy Annual Conference. While the ready-made instructional materials available on the Skills@Library lecturer pages can greatly benefit librarians teaching information literacy courses, the overarching goal of the project was to help academics and librarians embed broad academic skill instruction into the curriculum. Representatives from the Skills@Library e-learning team will join us during this session to share key takeaways from their work on this project and suggestions for your efforts to introduce information literacy instruction into your curriculum.

Registration:

Register for Tuesday, July 24, 10 AM EST/ 7AM PST/ 3PM UTC: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/352166897

Register for Tuesday, July 31, 10AM EST/7 AM PST/ 3 PM UTC: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/381090353

Towards Digital Literacy

Date & Time: Monday, August 6, 10AM EST / 7AM PST / 3PM UTC and Wednesday, August 8, 2PM EST / 11AM PST / 7PM UTC

Description: Depending on the type of library in which you work, you may assume that someone is "digitally literate." Yet what do we mean by those words and how do we know if the person meets our definition? What can we do in our libraries to increase the information and digital literacy of our users/patrons/members/owners? How does that impact the tools that we acquire and the services that we provide? Who should we be partnering with in these efforts? These and other questions will be address in this session, which will also include time for brainstorming.

Jill Hurst-Wahl is an associate professor of practice in Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies and the director of its library and information science program. She is a member of SLA’s Board of Directors, NYS Regents Advisory Council on Libraries, and the USNY Technology Policy and Practices Council. A former corporate librarian, Jill has always been an advocate for libraries being centers of learning in their communities (no matter what community they serve).

Registration:

Register for Monday, August 6, 10AM EST / 7AM PST / 3PM UTC: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/496240313

Register for Wednesday, August 8, 2PM EST / 11AM PST / 7PM UTC: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/958196440  

ملحوظة: تُمنح شهادة عند حضور الندوة وإتمامها.


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