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Mastering Online Facilitation Series: Keeping Live Sessions Lively (SEFLIN)

The Mastering Online Facilitation Series is designed to improve your skills when leading online meetings, webinars, and events. These classes are for those with some experience using online meeting technology, but wanting to create an online meeting experience where attendees … Continue reading

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Mastering Online Facilitation Series: Organizing, Scripting, and Preparing (SEFLIN)

The Mastering Online Facilitation Series is designed to improve your skills when leading online meetings, webinars, and events. These classes are for those with some experience using online meeting technology, but wanting to create an online meeting experience where attendees … Continue reading

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Mastering Online Facilitation Series: Assessing the Need for a Meeting or Webinar (SEFLIN)

The Mastering Online Facilitation Series is designed to improve your skills when leading online meetings, webinars, and events. These classes are for those with some experience using online meeting technology, but wanting to create an online meeting experience where attendees … Continue reading

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Introduction to Preservation Metadata (SEFLIN)

This class introduces preservation metadata as the information you need to know to preserve digital assets over the long term. It reviews the background and context for preservation metadata, the efforts to establish a standard for this information, the PREMIS … Continue reading

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Mastering Online Facilitation Series: Leading Engaging Meetings and Webinars (SEFLIN)

The Mastering Online Facilitation Series is designed to improve your skills when leading online meetings, webinars, and events. These classes are for those with some experience using online meeting technology, but wanting to create an online meeting experience where attendees … Continue reading

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Metadata for Digitization and Preservation (2 days) (SEFLIN)

This two-day online course will be held on Tuesday-Wednesday, July 29-30, 2014 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. Students must attend both sessions. Metadata is a fundamental element of any digitization project. This class is designed for non-catalogers who are planning … Continue reading

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Using Digital Collections for Reference and Information Services (2 days) (SEFLIN)

This two-day online course will be held on Tuesday-Wednesday, July 22-23, 2014 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. Students must attend both sessions. In this two-day (two hours each day) live online course, we will explore how these collections can be … Continue reading

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Introduction to Linked Data for Libraries (SEFLIN)

This class provides an introduction to the principles of Linked Data, the methods of making data available in such a form, and illustrates interesting applications that libraries are developing. Linked Open Data is a feature of the Semantic Web that … Continue reading

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Don’t Put It Off Until Tomorrow ~ Let’s Talk About Procrastination! (SEFLIN)

Did you know that about 20% of people consider themselves to be chronic procrastinators? See, don’t you feel better already? Even if you’re not one of the 20% though, you might agree that most of us have room for improvement … Continue reading

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RDA/MARC for Copy Cats (2 days) (SEFLIN)

This two-day online course will be held on Tuesday-Wednesday, July 15-16, 2014 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Students must attend both sessions. Copy cataloging is becoming somewhat more complicated, as various important creators of MARC records gradually switch from … Continue reading

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