1. When Solo Met IT Webinar


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    March 6, 2013 Webinar Presented by the SLA Solo Librarians and IT Divisions Challenges and Successes of Solo IT Info Pros Panelists: Tammy Bearden David W. Hartman Rana Salzmann

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    • The Bad, The Good, and The Great


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      Bad libraries build collections; good libraries build services (after all a collection is only one type of service); great libraries build communities. In a time of great change and challenges to…

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      • They Named the Building After Us: The Library as Conversation


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        The mission of librarians is to improve society through facilitating knowledge creation in their communities. Through service, innovation, and leadership librarians facilitate conversations in schools,…

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        • RDA: Are We There Yet?


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          Presented by Emily Dust Nimsakont, November 14, 2012 It's been a long time coming, but Resource Description and Access (RDA), the new cataloging code, will be implemented by the Library of…

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          • New Librarianship: From Sharing to Lending and Back Again


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            This talk examines a bright future for libraries that can build strong connections with communities. This includes co-owning the library space, returning to a sharing model of libraries, and focusing…

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            • Social Media in the Library: Discovering Best Practice | A Taylor & Francis webinar


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              Do you want to get more out of your library’s social media accounts? Would you like some new ideas on how to achieve maximum impact from your own social media activity? For key findings from…

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              • David Lankes: The participatory, assertive, subversive, radically positive librarian?


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                R. David Lankes was not a bookworm as a child. He was a geek who discovered gradually that he could find a life purpose in helping redefine and re-equip librarians. Lankes is the author of "The…

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                • A New Librarianship for a New Age


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                  A new librarianship is emerging, taking the lessons learned over that nearly 3,000 year history to forge an approach based not on books and artifacts, but on knowledge and community. This librarianship

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                  • Five Technology Trends that will Impact Electronic Resources Librarians by Terry Reese


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                    Five Technology Trends that will Impact Electronic Resources Librarians was presented by Terry Reese (Oregon State University) at UCLA in August of 2010 for the Electronic Resources & Libraries…

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                    • Beyond Library "Science" (pt. 1)


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                      In light of the increasing emphasis on librarians as scholars, this panel sought to draw attention to the limitations experienced by new professionals with humanities backgrounds who are operating…

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