Librarians who have to be at the service desk can’t always take a whole hour to hour and a half for a webinar. That’s what ULU’s Coffee Breaks are for! Enjoy our archives of front line librarians talking about their work.
How the Other Half Reads: Collection Development & Curation on Homelessness and Housing Insecurity – Jaz Idakaar
How the Other Half Reads: Collection Development & Curation on Homelessness and Housing Insecurity Jaz Idakaar Homelessness, mental illness, and substance abuse are interrelated topics that many of our patrons struggle with. These titles will help staff, affected patrons, and patrons who want to know more about these subjects. In this short webinar, we’ll discuss … Continue reading How the Other Half Reads: Collection Development & Curation on Homelessness and Housing Insecurity – Jaz Idakaar
Decrypting Cybersecurity for Librarians – Tracy Z Maleeff
Decrypting Cybersecurity for Librarians Tracy Z Maleeff Go beyond the buzzwords and learn terminology and resources about information security. Gain useful tips to create online safety awareness for your patrons. No technical knowledge is required.
Deep Tweets: Advanced Research Techniques for Twitter – Tracy Z. Maleeff
Deep Tweets: Advanced Research Techniques for Twitter Tracy Z. Maleeff Tuesday July 19th – Noon EST Get insight into the advanced search features of Twitter and open up a new resource for data mining. Learn how to extract information using unique search strings. Basic Twitter knowledge is best for comprehension of this session.
Bring Girls Who Code to Your Library! – Alex Lis-Perlis
Bring Girls Who Code to Your Library! Alex Lis-Perlis July 5, 2016 – Noon EST Help us close the gender gap in tech! Girls Who Code is a free program designed for 6th-12th grade girls to explore coding in a fun and friendly environment. Clubs are typically hosted in schools, colleges, libraries, and community centers … Continue reading Bring Girls Who Code to Your Library! – Alex Lis-Perlis
My Methodology: It Was All A Dream Until I Sat Down and Put Pen to Paper – kYmberly Keeton
In 15 minutes hear why a remix of information literacy was created and set in place for students to grasp the importance of finding, retrieving, and evaluating information at Lincoln University, a Historically Black College University in Jefferson City, Missouri. Learn more about the librarian’s experience creating the course curriculum and website. Walk away with a renewed sense of energy as it pertains to designing and forming a new initiative at your home institution.