03 مايو 2014

ندوات مجانية للمكتبيين تُقدم عبر شبكة الإنترنت 37!

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.

قاعة اليسير للمكتبات والمكتبيين للتعليم عن بُـعد

"الطرق الحديثة في تقييم اداء المكتبات: مؤشرات الأداء بين النظرية والتطبيق"


التاريخ والوقت: السبت 3 مايو 2014. الساعة 7.00 مساءً بتوقيت الجزائر، الساعة 8.00 مساءً بتوقيت القاهرة، الساعة 9.00 مساءً بتوقيت مكة المكرمة. الساعة 10.00 مساءً بتوقيت الإمارات.

تقديم: عماد أبوعيد، ماجستير مكتبات ومعلومات، ومدير مشروع المكتبات العامة ببلدية ابوظبي.

رابط المحاضرة: http://www.anymeeting.com/ganbah1، يتم فتح القاعة قبل وقت المحاضرة المعلن بإذن الله تعالى بعشر دقائق.


Infopeople Webinars

“STEAM in the Public Library: Programs & Services for Children”

Date & Time: May 7th, 2014.  Pacific - 12 Noon, Mountain - 1 PM, Central - 2 PM, Eastern - 3 PM.

Description: STEAM in youth services—programs and services with connections to science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math—has become a particularly hot topic. Many public libraries may find themselves wondering:

* What exactly do STEAM programs and services look like?

* How does STEAM fit within my library’s existing goals and programs?

* Can my staff and I offer STEAM without specialized training?

* How do we implement STEAM in time for summer reading, as the 2014 Collaborative Summer Library Program theme, Fizz Boom Read, is directly connected to science?

STEAM programs and services for children can take many forms, and every public library can find the right STEAM fit for them. This webinar will explore the topic of STEAM programs and services for children from the bottom up, starting with what STEAM is and what it looks like, to ideas for age-appropriate implementation, to resources for finding and creating your own STEAM programs.

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

* Be able to define STEAM and describe its place in youth services

* Understand what STEAM programs can look like for preschoolers and school-age children

* Be able to identify existing programs that can be modified with STEAM elements

* Be able to create library services that connect children to STEAM areas

* Be able to identify program-planning resources, potential funding sources, and possible community partners to create STEAM programs

This webinar will be of interest to public library youth services staff, youth services managers and coordinators, library administrators.

Presenter: Amy Koester

Registration: https://infopeople.org/civicrm/event/register?id=400&reset=1

Webinars are free of charge, you can pre-register by clicking on the Register Now button (at the top and bottom of this page). If registering with less than 30 MINUTES from the start of the webinar you can join directly from the thank you page by clicking the Join Now button. If you pre-registered you will receive an email with login link and a reminder email the day before the event.

Webinar archive of this event will be available within 24 hours or sooner


 

“Young Children, New Media & Libraries”

Date & Time: May 8th, 2014. Pacific - 12 Noon, Mountain - 1 PM, Central - 2 PM, Eastern - 3 PM.

Description: The development of new media content and the technology that supports it is changing faster than the research needed to study its use and effects. In addition, the issue of new media use with young children, as it pertains to libraries, is large and complex.

Join us for an informative conversation regarding the work that has begun on both the national and California State Library levels to address the needs of young children, new media use and libraries. Learn about existing research and approaches that can help inform new media practices for libraries.

Contribute your insights to the conversation and consider what strategies make sense for you and your library. Even though many unknowns remain and our tools are still in development, we can all work to support informed, thoughtful, developmentally appropriate responses.

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

* Be aware of some of the challenges and proposed solutions regarding the use of new media with young children and their families in libraries

* Understand what the California State Library and other early childhood organizations are doing to help support wise use of new media

* Know where to look for more information about implementing new media-based projects in libraries

* Know how to utilize a reflective and developmentally appropriate approach to new media use in libraries

This webinar will be of interest to library staff working with young children and families.

Presenters: Suzanne Flint and Cen Campbell

Registration: https://infopeople.org/civicrm/event/register?id=399&reset=1


Webinars are free of charge, you can pre-register by clicking on the Register Now button (at the top and bottom of this page). If registering with less than 30 MINUTES from the start of the webinar you can join directly from the thank you page by clicking the Join Now button. If you pre-registered you will receive an email with login link and a reminder email the day before the event.

Webinar archive of this event will be available within 24 hours or sooner



“Innovative & Engaging Teen Programming”

Date & Time: May 13 th, 2014. Pacific - 12 Noon, Mountain - 1 PM, Central - 2 PM, Eastern - 3 PM.

Description:

* Are you noticing the evolution of teen programming and do you feel as though you may not be able to keep up?

* Does your library have a group of teens who are not attending library programs?

* Are you looking for new methods to excite and manage a group of teens at your library?

This webinar will take a look at teen programming today and offer a fresh new perspective on programs that not only work, but also create meaningful experiences for teens. It will also touch upon various ways to reach out and better connect teen communities of all sizes.

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

* Learn methods to create programming based on specific teen populations and manage teen spaces regardless of library size

* Know at least 3 ideas for engaging, collaborative hands-on teen programming

* Learn at least 1 new way to effectively reach teens to and advertise programs

This webinar will be of interest to public library staff that work with or create programs for teens.

Presenters: Dolly Goyal and Jack Baur

Registration: https://infopeople.org/civicrm/event/register?id=403&reset=1

Webinars are free of charge, you can pre-register by clicking on the Register Now button (at the top and bottom of this page). If registering with less than 30 MINUTES from the start of the webinar you can join directly from the thank you page by clicking the Join Now button. If you pre-registered you will receive an email with login link and a reminder email the day before the event.

Webinar archive of this event will be available within 24 hours or sooner


“Using Twitter for Professional Development Opportunities”

Date & Time: May 14 th, 2014. Pacific - 12 Noon, Mountain - 1 PM, Central - 2 PM, Eastern - 3 PM.

Description:

* Have you dismissed Twitter as overwhelming, noisy, and beyond what you need to function as a good library service provider?

* Are you looking for a free source for professional development opportunities that requires minimum time and produces maximum results?

* Need a source for critical information delivered almost instantly?

Twitter as a ubiquitous, concise, and powerful social media platform is not a fad. It can, however, feel overwhelming, or even silly, if you don’t take the very little time needed to get to understand its nuts, bolts, best practices, and professional power. During this webinar, reluctant social media users will receive all the tips and tricks needed to feel comfortable—and maybe even excited—about going where there’s a professional development goldmine, already stocked with panning equipment and scales.

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

* Know which three to five Twitter accounts to follow for maximum personal professional development satisfaction

* Be confident about their own Twitter privacy as well as their Tweeting potential

* Recognize themselves as curators of their own professional development opportunity access

* Understand how to manage their Twitter time and other best practices related to using Twitter as a professional development tool

This webinar will be of interest to staff in any type of library looking for ways to incorporate Twitter into their professional resources.

Presenter: Francisca Goldsmith

Registration: https://infopeople.org/civicrm/event/register?id=401&reset=1

Webinars are free of charge, you can pre-register by clicking on the Register Now button (at the top and bottom of this page). If registering with less than 30 MINUTES from the start of the webinar you can join directly from the thank you page by clicking the Join Now button. If you pre-registered you will receive an email with login link and a reminder email the day before the event.

Webinar archive of this event will be available within 24 hours or sooner


“What’s New in Children’s Literature 2014”

Date & Time: May 21st, 2014. Pacific - 12 Noon, Mountain - 1 PM, Central - 2 PM, Eastern - 3 PM. 

Description:

* Do you feel like you always recommend the same old books 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?

* Looking for suggestion to augment the Common Core?

Discover the new books that you can offer to children who use your library! Hear about books published in Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 that will be popular with children ages 0-12. These include board books, picture books, easy readers, transitional fiction, genre fiction for middle grades, graphic novels, poetry, nonfiction, and more!

Learn about books you can offer to teachers who are seeking materials that relate to the Common Core, especially the hard-to-find informational books for primary grades. Hear about books that will appeal to the “reluctant reader,” and books that will have popularity with a wide audience of children, including much-needed children’s books with multicultural characters.

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

* Know about new children’s and tween books for various age ranges and reading levels, including very simple new books for those just learning to read

* Learn about new multicultural books to meet the needs of all children

* Be able to name some new books relating to the Common Core, including informational picture books perfect for Preschool through grade 3

* Be able to identify “read-alikes” – other books you can recommend to children after you find out their favorite book

* Know books that will grab the attention of reluctant readers, including the newest graphic novels for kids, nonfiction, and pop culture titles, and a list of very short novels for tweens

* 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 all library staff or volunteer who serves children ages 0-12, in either public or school libraries.

Presenter: Penny Peck

Registration: https://infopeople.org/civicrm/event/register?id=404&reset=1

Webinars are free of charge, you can pre-register by clicking on the Register Now button (at the top and bottom of this page). If registering with less than 30 MINUTES from the start of the webinar you can join directly from the thank you page by clicking the Join Now button. If you pre-registered you will receive an email with login link and a reminder email the day before the event.

Webinar archive of this event will be available within 24 hours or sooner


WebJunction Webinars

“Reference Services: Tried, True, and New”

Date & Time: 8 May 2014. 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time, North America [UTC -4].

Description: Reference is still intrinsic to library services. It is evolving with changing patron needs, varied information resources and new delivery formats. Yet much of traditional practice remains important to providing quality information services to patrons. In this webinar, we will explore the balance between traditional and contemporary reference approaches, inviting you to join this open space conversation. What methods do you employ for reference today? What works? What doesn't? How does social media play a role? Let’s learn from each other "how we do reference" so we can find the best fusion of traditional and modern reference service.
This webinar is hosted in collaboration with Drexel University Online and Drexel University's College of Computing & Informatics. Did you know that WebJunction members can receive a 20% tuition reduction for Drexel’s premier online Master’s in Library and Information Science program? Learn more here!

Presenter: Vanessa Irvin Morris, Assistant Teaching Professor, College of Computing & Informatics, Drexel University.

Registration: https://oclc.webex.com/ec0606l/eventcenter/enroll/join.do?confViewID=1470732534&theAction=detail&confId=1470732534&path=program_detail&siteurl=oclc

“Transforming Library Space for Community Engagement”

Date & Time: 22 May 2014. 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time, North America [UTC -4].

Description: As libraries expand their focus from collections to creation, physical spaces are being transformed in ways that enhance community engagement in the digital age. Rethink how your library’s space might be configured to better enable your patrons to interact with technology and with each other. While future-facing libraries are pushing boundaries, the public still perceives libraries as being primarily about books. Learn how some key alterations to existing library space can refresh public perceptions. We’ll look at a variety of projects, ranging from larger room renovations to smaller libraries who redefined space on a modest scale, yet still had a strong impact on the community.

Presenters: Betha Gutsche, Program Manager, WebJunction; Beth Farley, Head of Information and Reader Services, Bellingham (WA) Public Library; and Eileen Shaw, Everson Branch Manager, Whatcom County (WA) Library System

Registration: https://oclc.webex.com/ec0606l/eventcenter/enroll/join.do?confViewID=1470734738&theAction=detail&confId=1470734738&path=program_detail&siteurl=oclc

“Health Happens in Libraries: Technology Planning for eHealth”

Date & Time: 28 May 2014. 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time, North America [UTC -4].

Description: As the intersection of digital technology and individual health management grows, patrons will turn to libraries to access digital resources and learn how to put technology to work for their health. A recent IMLS study showed that an estimated 37 percent of library computer users (28 million people) explore health and wellness issues, including learning about medical conditions, finding health care providers, and assessing health insurance options. Join the Health Happens in Libraries team to learn how public libraries can leverage their technology infrastructure to better serve the health information needs of patrons. Participants will learn best practices and resources for eHealth technology planning for libraries of all sizes. Participants will also be introduced to strategies for communicating with community partners about their technology resources, and identifying ways to build eHealth services through collaboration.

Registration: https://oclc.webex.com/ec0606l/eventcenter/enroll/join.do?confViewID=1470737214&theAction=detail&confId=1470737214&path=program_detail&siteurl=oclc

Texas State Library and Archives Commission Webinar

“The Nuts and Bolts of 3D Printing for Librarians (Two-part Webinar Series)”

Join husband and wife team, and 3D Printing experts, Paul and Paula Waak for a practical look at 3D Printing and 3D printing in libraries. 

Part 1: Past, Present, and Future of the 3D Printed World - Understanding What They Are and How They Work

Date & Time: Tuesday, May 20, 2014. 2-3pm CDT.
Description: Paul Waak (Library Consultant, Waak Enterprises) will provide a brief history on 3D printers and then delve into how they work and are being used around the world today. He will talk about the costs of various 3D printers, features to look for when buying one, and will provide a list of supplies to have on hand when using one. Paul will also provide information on various software to use with 3D printers and make resource recommendations for keeping current in this area. He will also discuss future possibilities with 3D printers.

Registration: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/522183834

Part 2: My Library’s Future – What is a MakerSpace and Deciding If Your Patrons Would Benefit From a 3D Printer

Date & Time: Tuesday, May 27, 2014. 2-3pm CDT.

Description: Paula Waak (Director, John Ed Keeter Public Library in Saginaw, TX) will provide information on what makes a MakerSpace.  She will give examples of public and academic libraries that have MakerSpaces and how many of these MakerSpaces have a 3D Printer. She will also provide examples of library policies and fees to charge for 3D printers as well as some obstacles and lessons learned at her Saginaw library with staffing, budgeting, and general use issues with 3D printers. And last but certainly not least, Paula will give information about possible grant opportunities in this arena.

Registration: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/585490834  

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