Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Two workshops from Florida Times Union trainers

Public Records Information: Florida's Best at Your Fingertips

Explore the most useful online public information resources in Florida. From the county circuit court clerk’s office to the governor’s office, you’ll connect with resources that can help info seekers research property, criminal backgrounds, licensed professionals, health facilities, schools and much more. This hands-on session also will look at some of the better federal resources online that can be very useful for researchers.

Trainer: Joe Adams, Florida Times-Union
Tuesday, August 4, 9:00 am - 12:00 noon

Learn more about Jacksonville.com, the most viewed news Web site on the First Coast. With archives dating back to 1998, there are dozens of ways to ferret out information, including archived obituaries, previous news and databases. A move earlier this year also began better categorizing news and making smaller, more searchable chunks of information available to search. We’ll walk through the site and what resources are available for librarians and researchers.

Trainer: Joe Allen-Black, Florida Times-Union
Tuesday, August 4, 1:00 - 4:00 pm
Need 4 more registrations to avoid cancellation.

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