LILRC Webinar: Learn Interactive Marketing with Augmented Reality Technology

Online Via Zoom NY, United States

Patchogue-Medford Library sits on Main Street in a bustling downtown with daily foot and vehicle traffic. An ongoing challenge has been how to entice these passersby through the front door. Using augmented reality technology, their sidewalk-facing windows were transformed for the summer into a stunning 30-foot “Oceans of Possibilities” interactive aquarium exploding with color! An […]

CDLC Webinar: Civil Service 101 for Public Library Job-Seekers

Online Via Zoom NY, United States

Please note: This program will NOT be recorded. This program is aimed at those interested in working in public libraries governed by local civil service agencies.  Direct employment with New York State is beyond the scope of this session and will not be covered.  The program will help attendees understand the civil service framework, explore the types of […]

LILRC Webinar: Girls Who Code – Cost Free Library Curriculum and Programs

Online Via Zoom NY, United States

Girls Who Code is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology - and we are on track to do so by 2030! We have reached over 500 million people, served over 500,000 girls through our programming, and 50% of our participants are from historically underrepresented groups. In collaboration with LILRC, we're providing […]

LILRC Webinar: Applying the Learning – Practicing Giving and Receiving Feedback

Online Via Zoom NY, United States

Take what you learned in the first two sessions in this series and practice giving and receiving feedback. Participants will practice with each other and get feedback from presenters and other participants on their feedback. Participants are encouraged to bring their own feedback scenarios. Presenters: Kate Hall is the Executive Director of the Northbrook Public […]

ESLN Webinar: Institutional Repositories – A Shared Experience

Online Via Zoom NY, United States

Whether you’re starting out with a new repository or are planning  to migrate a legacy repository to a new platform, it’s likely you have a lot of questions.  This workshop brings together librarians from across New York State to share their experience working with institutional repositories and addresses some common challenges. Through a series of […]

SCRLC Webinar: Alternative Vocabularies – What to do when LCSH isn’t enough

Online Via Zoom NY, United States

Catalogers in the United States primarily use Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) to describe the resources in their libraries, but sometimes, there isn't an LCSH term that is the right fit. Sometimes, terms are too broad or too narrow; occasionally, terms are simply outdated, and unfortunately, some are pejorative. When that happens, it's time […]

ESLN Webinar: The Future of IPEDS – The Need for Quality Library Data

Online Via Zoom NY, United States

The National Center for Education Statistics within the Department of Education collects data through a required Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) system of surveys on U.S. colleges, universities, and technical and vocational institutions. The IPEDS survey collection currently includes an Academic Library Component survey gathering information on collections, services, and expenditures for all academic […]

ESLN Webinar: Basic Book Repair for Libraries

Online Via Zoom NY, United States

Webinar Description: Binding quality on books is inconsistent and with day to day handling and repeated circulation books can sustain significant damage. Don’t replace these volumes, fix them. This webinar will introduce participants to basic book repair for circulating or general collections. Attendees will learn how to repair common types of damage, such as hinge […]

LILRC Webinar: Supporting Student Parents in the Academic Library – Designing Spaces, Policies, and Services

Online Via Zoom NY, United States

Join librarians Kelsey Keyes and Ellie Dworak for insights from their new book, Supporting Student Parents in the Academic Library: Designing Spaces, Policies, and Services (ALA 2024) "Student parents are a socioeconomically, racially, and financially diverse group. What they have in common is the drive to work hard to overcome steep barriers in obtaining a […]

RRLC Webinar: Making Inclusion Happy at Your Library

Online Via Zoom NY, United States

Libraries serve as a primary destination for many families with children and remain an essential hub for accessing valuable resources, information and social connection across the lifetime. With approximately 26% of Americans living with a disability, and over 300,000 individuals with disabilities residing in the Greater Rochester area alone, there exists a significant opportunity to […]