Category Archives: Events

SWFLN “I” is for Identity with Who You Are

This is the SECOND in a series of NINE WEBINARS to learn about diversity and how to best provide library services to your diverse patrons. “I is for Identity with Who You Are” I is the successor to “D is … Continue reading

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SWFLN Integrating iPads into Story Time and Programming with Teens, Tweens, and iPads

Please stay tuned for more details. Presenter: Artistic Literacy Location: 13120 Westlinks Terrace Unit 3 Fort Myers, FL 33913 Time: 9:00AM – 4:ooPM EST on January 26, 2015 Registeration is NOW OPEN!!!! Click  here to Register

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SWFLN BIBFRAME Update

The Bibliographic Framework Initiative is a project initiated by the Library of Congress in order to provide a replacement standard for Machine-Readable Cataloging (MARC). This replacement standard is called BIBFRAME and will entirely replace the MARC format. This webinar will … Continue reading

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FLA CE Event: Library Comic Cons and Fan Faires: Webinar (11/05/14)

Presented by the Florida Library Association Heard about the Comic Cons and Fan Faires that have become so popular and successful in libraries in the past few years?  Interested in hosting your own?  Join FLA for this exciting free webinar … Continue reading

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SEFLIN Boot Camp: Infusing Technology into Children’s Programming (SEFLIN)

Join two school librarians for a hands-on day of techie fun. From story time to book clubs to digital maker spaces, we will explore technology integration for public children’s librarians. Activities will include: ipads digital cameras projection systems computer centers … Continue reading

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Promotion and Outreach for Preservation (SEFLIN)

Are you looking for ways to start new projects or take better care of your collections? Why not take something you are already doing or (would like to do) and use it to help further your preservation goals. Everybody has … Continue reading

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WordPress Themes (SEFLIN)

Libraries, being the public institutions that they are, take care that information is both available, and accessible. A WordPress theme can be a gatekeeper of information – so its important to understand what a theme is and how it works. … Continue reading

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WordPress and Libraries (SEFLIN)

WordPress is a fabulous tool, but there are certain key components that should be added to a WordPress site in order to align its functionality with typical library use. In this workshop, we’ll cover specific plugins that add functionality which … Continue reading

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Digital Collection Policy Development and Content Selection/Prioritization (SEFLIN)

For many of us, our special collections and archives include correspondence, diaries, research materials, family photographs, scrapbooks, oral histories, audio and video materials—and much of it is wonderful. Over the years our predecessors may have arranged and roughly organized the … Continue reading

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Solving the Personality Puzzle (SEFLIN)

Are you an employee? A manager? Do you have a spouse? Children? Friends? Acquaintances? Do you volunteer in an organization? Are you on committees? Do you ever deal with people in any context at all? Of course you do! This … Continue reading

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