01 أبريل 2013

ندوات مجانية للمكتبيين تُقدم عبر شبكة الإنترنت 24!


السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته،


السادة زوار المدونة الكرام، أقدم لكم اليوم مجموعة جديدة من الندوات المهنية المتخصصة في مجال المكتبات والمعلومات والتى يتم عقدها وبثها عبر شبكة الإنترنت مجاناً، وفيما يلي عرضاً مفصلاً لها:

Washington State Library Webinar

"Take this job and shelve it!"

Date & Time: April 2, 2013, 9:00 AM

Description: This lively session provides a view of your library from the page/shelver perspective. You will learn how that perspective can be strategically utilized for departmental organization, space planning, and training for staff, volunteer or patrons. By learning how to empower your pages/shelvers during the planning process, you empower your library in return!

Presenters: Brianna Hoffman & Daurice Siller, Richland Public Library


Texas State Library and Archives Commission

"Changing Libraries - New Ways of Working"

Date & Time: April 3, 2013 -- 10am to 11am CDT

Description: Rachel Van Riel (Director, Opening the Book) introduces the thinking behind new library practice in the UK and the evidence on user behavior which underlies the new approach. In particular, she will look at how the introduction of self-service changes the role and daily tasks of library staff and how to help staff adjust to feeling comfortable working away from the help desk in a library space. Rachel will look at how these changes can lead to better experiences for patrons and more job satisfaction for staff.

Presenter: Rachel Van Riel, Director, Opening the Book


School Library Journal Webinars

"Part 5 on Common Core – The Common Core and the Public Librarian"

Date & Time: Tuesday, April 9, 2013, 3:00 – 4:00 PM ET/12:00 – 1:00 PM PT

Description: School librarians across the country have been actively engaged in implementing the Common Core State Standards. More recently public librarians have joined the conversation, asking their colleagues what they need to know about the initiative and how it will affect collection development, homework help, and reference service. Join us for a chat with Olga M. Nesi, a regional coordinator with the New York City Department of Education, Division of Library Services, and Nina Lindsay, Children’s Services Coordinator at the Oakland Public Library, Oakland, CA as they explore the ways in which today’s professionals in public libraries are being called on to serve students in their libraries in light of the Common Core.

Presenters:

Olga M. Nesi, Regional Coordinator
New York City Department of Education, Division of Library Services
Nina Lindsay, Children’s Services Coordinator
Oakland Public Library, CA

Moderator: Daryl Grabarack, Librarian, PS 89/IS 289, New York, NY Editor, Curriculum Connections, School Library Journal


Click here to register for Part 4 of this series: Pathways to Engaged Readers: Helping Students Reach Common Core Levels

Click here to register for Part 6 of this series: Serving the CCSS and Youth

Can’t make it on April 9? No problem! Register now and you will get an email reminder from School Library Journal post-live event when the webcast is archived and available for on-demand viewing at your convenience!

"Be the Change: Make the Administrator Connection"

Date & Time: Thursday, April 25, 2013, 6:00 – 7:00 PM ET/ 3:00 - 4:00 PM PT

Description: Hear from school administrators about how to work with them to make the library central to the school’s strategic direction–help shape the school’s future to better serve our kids, make a mark that matters, and get noticed for it.

Takeaway: 10 Ways to Connect to Your Administrators

Presenters:

Patrick Larkin, Assistant Superintendent, Leraning at Burlington Public School, MA

Pam Moran, Superintendent, Albemarle County Public Schools, VA

Mark Ray, Manager of Instructional Technology & Library Services, Vancouver Public Schools, WA

Moderator: Shannon McClintock Miller, District Teacher Librarian, Van Meter Community School, IA


Can’t make it on April 25? No problem! Register now and you will get an email reminder from School Library Journal post-live event when the webcast is archived and available for on-demand viewing at your convenience!

Click here to register for Be the Change: 10 Keys To Leadership
Click here to register for Be the Change: Raise the Bar with Effective Collaborations

Click here to register for Be the Change: Take the Lead on Standards: Common Core and More

Colorado State Library Webinar

"The Tween Scene at your Library"

Date & Time: 10/4/2013 | 12:30p - 1:30p, Mountain Time

Description: Tweens are not quite children, but not quite teens. What’s the best way to offer services to this group to keep them engaged at your library and in reading? Join us for this interactive session to discuss best practices for effective tween programming, policies, reading advisory, and more. Hear examples from Colorado public libraries and share your experiences in serving this important audience.

Presenter: Beth Crist, her background is rich in youth services and state library experience. She began working in libraries in 1999, has museum experience, and has worked as a state library consultant in North Carolina, New Mexico, and now Colorado. In her position, Beth supports children, teens and families by coordinating statewide initiates for early literacy, summer reading and other programs.


Libraries Thriving Webinar

"Aligning Info Lit Outcomes with Institutional Goals"

Date & TimeTuesday, April 16, 2013, 8am & 12pm EST

Presenters: Meggan Houlihan, The American University in Cairo; Michelle Millet, John Carroll Unviersity

Registration: 

Register for 12pm EST session: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/651925536

American Libraries Live Webinar

"The Present and Future of Ebooks"

Date & Time: April 18th at 2pm Eastern


Booklist Webinars

"Addressing Bullying through Books"

Date & Time: Tuesday, April 2, 2013 1:00 pm
Central Daylight Time (Chicago, GMT-05:00)

Description: This free, hour-long webinar focuses on how children’s and young adult literature can help prevent bullying and features a presentation by Emily Bazelon, author of Sticks and Stones: Defeating the Culture of Bullying and Rediscovering the Power of Character and Empathy (Random House, 2013). Sponsored by Books on Tape/Listening Library, Free Spirit, and Lorimer, and moderated by Booklist associate editor Annie Kelley.


"What’s New in Youth Nonfiction?"

Date & Time: Thursday, April 4, 2013 1:00 pm
Central Daylight Time (Chicago, GMT-05:00)

Description: Join representatives from Candlewick Press, Annick Press, and Boyds Mills Press to learn about the latest in nonfiction, plus ways to incorporate these titles in the library and classroom. Moderated by Booklist senior editor, Ilene Cooper.


"The Scoop on Series Nonfiction: Spring 2013"

Date & Time: Tuesday, April 9, 2013 1:00 pm
Central Daylight Time (Chicago, GMT-05:00)  

Description: A free, hour-long continuation of our popular series of webinars on series nonfiction for youth featuring presentations from six of the top publishers in this booming field: ABDO Publishing, DK Publishers, Enslow Publishers, Gareth Stevens, Lerner Publishing, and Scholastic Library Publishing. Moderated by Booklist’s Books for Youth senior editor Daniel Kraus.


"Thrilling Mysteries: Can’t-Miss Crime Fiction for Spring"

Date & Time: Tuesday, April 30, 2013 1:00 pm
Central Daylight Time (Chicago, GMT-05:00)

Description: May is Mystery Month at Booklist, a time when we indulge our taste for crime. Booklist Online editor Keir Graff will preview online-exclusive feature content, while publishers AudioGO, HarperCollins, Poisoned Pen Press, Seventh Street Books, Random House, St. Martin’s, and Severn House will share the best titles for libraries from their forthcoming lists. Our mystery webinar gets bigger and better every year!


Infopeople Webinars

"What’s New in Children’s Literature: 2013 Update"

Date & Time: Thursday, April 11, 2013
Start Time: Pacific - 12 PM, Mountain - 1 PM, Central - 2 PM, Eastern - 3 PM

Description:

Frustrated that you cannot think of a recommendation when a child asks for a “good book to read?”

- Tired of recommending the same books because you can’t think of anything new to recommend to a child visiting the library?

Discover the new books that you can recommend to children who use your library! Hear about books published in Fall 2012, and upcoming Spring 2013 titles, that will be popular with children ages 0-12. These include picture books, easy readers, transitional fiction, genre fiction for middle grades, graphic novels, poetry, nonfiction, and more!

Hear about books that will appeal to the “reluctant reader,” boys who may have drifted away from reading, and books that will have popularity with a wide audience of children.

At the end of this one-hour webinar, participants will:
Be able to identify “read-alikes” – other books you can recommend to children after you find out their favorite book

Discover books that will grab the attention of reluctant readers, including the newest graphic novels for kids, nonfiction, and popular culture titles

Be able to name some new books relating to the Common Core

- Hear a recap of the recent ALA awards (such as Newbery, Caldecott, etc.) and other recent children’s book awards, to make sure you have these available to recommend

- Take away a list of helpful websites to use when doing readers’ advisory, and sites that will help you keep up-to-date on the latest children’s books

This webinar will be of interest to: any library staff or volunteer who serves children ages 0-12, in either public or school libraries.

Presenter: Penny Peck


Webinars are free of charge; you can pre-register by clicking on the Join Webinar button now or go directly to the webinar by clicking on Join Webinar within 30 of the start of the event. If you pre-registered you will receive an email with login link and a reminder email the day before the event. If you did not preregister and you can register in the 30 minutes prior to the event and directly enter.


"What’s New in Teen Literature – Update 2013"

Date & Time: Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Start Time: Pacific - Noon, Mountain - 1:00 PM, Central - 2:00 PM, Eastern - 3:00 PM

Description:

Are you wondering?

  What the latest things in YA literature are?
 Who the emerging authors are?
 What the latest “hot” books are?
 What the best adult books for YAs are?
 If graphic novels are just comic books in disguise?
 What are the best resources for evaluating books for YAs?

The world of young adult literature is a dramatically dynamic one that, in the last decade, has become among the most vibrantly active in all of publishing. Each publishing season brings a plethora of new titles, new forms, and new formats, many of which require new methods of evaluation. Keeping up with all of these changes and the new titles flooding the market (5,000+ per year) can be a full-time job. This webinar will help its students identify new trends and the best new titles and resources for collection development.

At the end of this one-hour webinar, attendees will be familiar with current:

Trends informing the dynamic field of YA literature and publishing
New YA fiction – both novels of realism and genre fiction – that are “first selections” for YA collections
Non-fiction for both recreational and classroom use
Graphic novels and comics
Useful resources for collection development

This webinar will be of interest to both public and school library staff with young adult collection development responsibilities.

Presenter: Michael Cart


Webinars are free of charge; you can pre-register by clicking on the Join Webinar button now or go directly to the webinar by clicking on Join Webinar within 30 of the start of the event. If you pre-registered you will receive an email with login link and a reminder email the day before the event. If you did not preregister and you can register in the 30 minutes prior to the event and directly enter.


"Small Claims Court Legal Resources: A Guide for Public Libraries"

Date & Time: Thursday, April 18, 2013
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm


"People are talking about you…but do you know what they’re saying?"

Date & Time: Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Start Time: Pacific - 12 PM, Mountain - 1 PM, Central - 2 PM, Eastern - 3 PM

Description: Your library may have spent a lot of money or time on online marketing or social media outreach, only to have its reputation severely damaged by one angry blogger. How can you track this kind of activity and mitigate negative commentary? Learn what tools are available to help monitor your library’s precious online reputation and some strategies to protect your library’s brand.

At the end of this one-hour webinar, participants will:

Be able to identify at least two reasons why ORM (online reputation management) matters for a library
Be able to identify at least 3 tools that can be used for ORM
Be familiar with strategies for dealing with negative content

This webinar will be of interest to library marketing and PR staff, and social media managers.

Presenter: Laura Solomon


Webinars are free of charge; you can pre-register by clicking on the Join Webinar button now or go directly to the webinar by clicking on Join Webinar within 30 of the start of the event. If you pre-registered you will receive an email with login link and a reminder email the day before the event. If you did not preregister and you can register in the 30 minutes prior to the event and directly enter.


Library Journal Webinars

"Perspectives on Academic Patrons: A Closer Look at Takeaways from Library Journal’s Academic Patron Profiles"

Date & Time: Thursday, April 4, 2013, 3:00-4:00 PM ET/12:00 – 1:00 PM PT

Description: In 2012, Library Journal surveyed more than 3,000 students and faculty members to determine their perceptions and usage behaviors about their academic libraries. In late 2012, LJ released Patron Profiles, Academic Library Edition, a comprehensive 52 page report that analyzes the data and covers a wide range of topics.

This special Library Journal webcast will take a deep dive into the data with respected academic voices and LJ editorial expertise. Listen to our panel discuss some of the report’s major findings and get a close look into trends driving library use. Attendees will leave with insights and actionable takeaways to help guide effective long term planning and prepare you with the tools needed to engage students and faculty to create stronger libraries.

You do not have to have a copy of the report to have an educational experience but LJ will be offering a discount to all webcast viewers as well as the full executive summary as a free download on the webcast console to webcast viewers.

Presenters:

Mike Kelley, Editor in Chief, Library Journal

Jamie Hammond, Reference & Outreach Librarian, Naugatuck Valley Community College

Courtney Young, Head Librarian & Associate Professor of Women’s Studies, Pennsylvania State University

Sue Polanka, Head, Reference & Instructon, Wright State University Libraries

Moderator: Steven Bell, Associate University Librarian, Temple University


Can’t make it April 4th? No problem! Register now and you will get an email reminder from Library Journal post-live event when the webcast is archived and available for on-demand viewing at your convenience!

"Some Fine Romance: Spring Titles 2013"

Date & Time: Thursday, April 11, 2013, 3:00-4:00 PM ET/12:00 – 1:00 PM PT

Description: L is for new spring picks for your library. O is for the only books you’ll want to see. V, they’re very, very extraordinary. E, there are even more romances for your patrons to adore. Romance is in the air this spring, and we know your patrons will love these upcoming releases. Join Library Journal managing editor, Romance editor, and RWA Vivian Stephens Industry Award winner Bette-Lee Fox in uncovering the sweet, sassy, sultry, salty, and sexy spring romance selections from Siren Audio Studios, Sourcebooks, and Baker Publishing Group. Sign up today for your chance to join us for some fine romance.

Presenters:

Linda Coulombe Roybal, Publisher, Producer, Author, Siren Audio Studios

Sarah H. Baker, Author, Siren Audio Studios

Bill Royal, Musician/Composer & Music Producer/Voiceover Actor, Siren Audio Studios

Leah Hultenschmidt, Senior Editor, Sourcebooks

Nathan Henrion, National Sales Manager, Baker Publishing Group

Moderator: Bette-Lee Fox, Managing Editor and Romance Editor, Library Journal


Can’t make it April 11th? No problem! Register now and you will get an email reminder from Library Journal post-live event when the webcast is archived and available for on-demand viewing at your convenience!

"eBooks: Exploring the Rapidly Evolving Options"

Date & Time: Tuesday, April 23, 2013, 3:00-4:00 PM ET/12:00 – 1:00 PM PT

Description: As the eBook industry continues to evolve, there are more and more acquisition and collection development options available to libraries, which is a great thing—once you can make sense of them all. Subscribe or purchase? Outright or demand-driven purchase? What about short-term loan and loan-to-own? There are so many variables to explore, and these are just a small handful of the business model considerations available to libraries today.

This special webinar event, hosted by EBSCO, will address key points to consider when navigating eBook business models, and will also take a closer look at other options, including ordering services (e.g., EBSCOhost Collection Manager, GOBI and OASIS), eBook providers, user experience, digital preservation and much more.

Presenter: Scott Wasinger, Vice President of Sales for eBooks and Audiobooks, EBSCO

Moderator: Barbara Genco, Manager, Special Projects , Library Journal


Can’t make it April 23rd? No problem! Register now and you will get an email reminder from Library Journal post-live event when the webcast is archived and available for on-demand viewing at your convenience!

WebJunction Webinars

"So Many Devices, So Little Time"

Date & Time: 03 April 2013, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time [UTC -4]

Description: Our library patrons want help in learning how to use their mobile devices—such as an e-reader, smartphone, or new tablet--and it can feel like an insurmountable task to help them all. Join us for some practical guidance on how libraries can help patrons with a variety of gadgets. We’ll share tips for how to set up realistic formal training sessions and how to best offer one-on-one assistance. You will also gain examples of practical training outlines, how-to guides, and video tutorials.

Presenter: Jennifer Birnel, BTOP Technology Trainer, Montana State Library


"Engaging Stakeholders, the First Step to Creating a Digitally Inclusive Community"

Date & Time: 10 April 2013, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time [UTC -4]

Description: WebJunction.org is proud to be hosting an engaging discussion of Rhode Island’s digital inclusion stakeholder engagement process. We’ll discuss why Broadband Rhode Island (BBRI) decided it was important to create a process of engaging stakeholders in order to discuss technology access and use. Key collaborators will explain their involvement, how various sectors were engaged, the impact of NTIA funded projects upon the stakeholder engagement process, and how policy recommendations were created and prioritized.

Target audience: Local or state leaders (libraries, community-based organizations, government, business) interested in building digitally inclusive 21st century communities.

Presenters:

Stuart Freiman, Broadband Program Director at Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation

Howard Boksenbaum, Chief Library Officer for Rhode Island

Pam Christman, Director of User Support Services at Rhode Island College former Chief Operation Officer at OSHEAN

Anne Neville, Director, State Broadband Initiative, NTIA

Moderator: Angela Siefer, Digital Inclusion Program Manager at OCLC.


"Extending access to e-books for public libraries: New strategies"

Date & Time: 30 April 2013, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time [UTC -4]

Description: Access to e-books is one of the most important issues facing public libraries today. With a planning grant (The Big Shift) funded by IMLS, OCLC has gathered recent research and data around public library e-book purchasing to aid the discussion and inform public library leaders who are assessing tactics for extending e-book access.

A January 2013 convening of public library leaders from across the U.S. resulted in a set of strategies that they have agreed to pursue. The strategies include public policy, data collection and clearly defining the library’s value in the e-book supply chain, and outlining how libraries themselves can become vital participants in the emerging models for content creation and delivery. We will talk about how these strategies are progressing, how this work fits with other initiatives to extend e-book access, and we’ll touch on how you can get involved with these efforts

Presenter: Jennifer Pearson, OCLC Community Relations Programs Manager



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