Technology Training

Online Patron Training: A Project Review (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. Join WebJunction for a look at online patron training as they review the results of a year-long grant project that was funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. WebJunction and …

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Google Analytics (SEFLIN)

This six-hour course will provide an introduction to Google Analytics and a deep-dive into how to use Google Analytics to track visitor engagement with library websites. The introductory morning session will cover: What Google Analytics is and how it is used to measure website visitor activity Reporting and metrics in Google Analytics that are useful …

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Library Mashups: Exploring New Ways to Deliver Library Data (Lee Co.)

Nicole C. Engard, editor of “Library Mashups: Exploring new ways to deliver library data”, will explain what mashups are, how they can be used and share examples from libraries around the world. Attendees will learn what tools to use to mash up library data with content from the web to reach more patrons. Examples include …

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Transforming Learning in Libraries using Web2.0 Tech (Lee Co.)

Feeling shell-shocked with the weekly rollout of Web 2.0 tools? This workshop will separate the wheat from the chaff–demonstrating which tools deepen learning, capture student-voice, and lead to the development of an exemplary technology program that extends beyond the walls of your library. Examples of collaborative and innovative technology-based projects supporting instructional needs will be …

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Digital Photography Workshop (Lee Co.)

Prepare to participate in the first annual Florida Library Snapshot Day (January 25) by learning the basics of digital photography. Topics include: basic camera operation, composing good photos, and uploading to the Internet. There will be time for individual coaching and practice. Each participant will receive a Canon Powershot Digital Camera for their library with …

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Transforming Learning in Libraries using Web2.0 Tech (Lee County) – SWFLN

Feeling shell-shocked with the weekly rollout of Web 2.0 tools? This workshop will separate the wheat from the chaff–demonstrating which tools deepen learning, capture student-voice, and lead to the development of an exemplary technology program that extends beyond the walls of your library. Examples of collaborative and innovative technology-based projects supporting instructional needs will be …

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REPEAT Catch-up With FEL (Florida Electronic Library) – Lee County, SWFLN

The Florida Electronic Library provides many Gale Resources and shows how they can be integrated into everyday library use in a variety of ways—homework help, consumer health research, small business ownership and research, and much more. Two new products have become available in FEL. Stacey Knibloe will provide newcomers with a basic working knowledge of …

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