Advocacy

Best Small Library in America 2010 (Online)

Register here Note: If this time doesn’t fit your schedule, you can find this and other programs in the WebJunction archive at http://bit.ly/WebJunctionArchive. Library Journal’s annual Best Small Library in America Award, sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was created in 2005 to encourage and showcase the exemplary work of libraries serving populations …

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Libraries are Essential: Providing Core Services for Readers (Online)

Register here Note: If you are not able to make the live webcast of Libraries are Essential: Providing Core Services for Readers, register now and you will get an email notification from Library Journal after the event when the webcast is archived and available for viewing at your convenience. You can find this and other …

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Digital Camera 101 and Digital Media for Library Programs and Services (Orange Park) (NEFLIN)

Thursday, March 10, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, NEFLIN in Orange Park Learn to use your digital camera in this beginning hands-on workshop and gain expertise for your library projects and support your digital media efforts. We’ll provide resources for photo editing, online photo albums, storage, best practices, tips and cheat sheets. You’ll learn the …

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Developing Your Library’s Marketing Communications Plan (Orange Park) (NEFLIN)

Thursday, February 3, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, NEFLIN in Orange Park You will learn how to develop your: Marketing communications plan Brand Positioning statement Key message for target audiences Strategy for delivering key messages Measurements for success The afternoon will consist of group discussion lead by the trainers regarding specific questions that you may have. Any …

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Flip Video Cameras to Market Your Library (SEFLIN)

This three-hour course will provide a hands-on introduction to using Flip video cameras in your library. These simple camcorders can be used by people with any level of video experience to create, edit, and share movies. Find out how libraries are using this technology as a tool for: recording library events creating virtual tours library …

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Becoming a Library and Information Professional (SEFLIN)

Are you considering getting your Master’s in Library and Information Studies? SEFLIN is sponsoring three workshops to learn about the Florida State University and University of South Florida master’s degree programs. The presentation will be ongoing and you can stop in for information – no appointment necessary. Dr. Christie Koontz from FSU and Maria Treadwell from USF will be there …

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How One Advocacy Action Per Month Can Change the World! (Online)

ALA Washington Office Webinar: How One Advocacy Action Per Month Can Change the World! Tuesday, November 9, 2010, from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. EST Register here Frankly, it’s sometimes all we can do to manage the work of our library while providing the quality service we must give to our community.  So the idea of …

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