The Twelve Magic Phrases include
Trainer: Susanna Baumann, LCS Worldwide
Date: Thursday, July 30
· Registration fee is $165 for Non-SEFLIN Members
· Registration includes a continental breakfast and lunch.
The keynote speaker will be Marshall Breeding, Director for Innovative Technologies and Research for the Vanderbilt University Libraries. Conference sessions will cover a wide range of topics including library automation after Web 2.0, using mobile devices to support library services, and social media literacy.
The conference web page includes a description of all programs. It is New Technologies: Libraries & Beyond Web page. The event Conference Registration allows easy online registration and selection of concurrent breakout sessions.
The website, which uses ”geek” as a verb, encourages the public to share what they geek, and the answers range from worms to football to schooners and beyond. This public awareness campaign shows that everyone is passionate about something — yep, even worms — and that the library supports them all.
Trainer: Dale Prince, National Network of Libraries of Medicine
Date: Monday, July 27
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 noon
Location: Bradford County Public Library, Starke
PubMed for the Rest of Us: Searching the Medical Literature for the Non-Expert
Learn how to search MEDLINE using the PubMed interface. This includes:
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Going to ALA in Chicago? The CLENE (Continuing Library Education Network and Exchange) Round Table has a lot of wonderful stuff going on: Programs, Preconferences, a Discussion Group, and more! We hope to see you at one of our programs and, as always, you’re invited to join us at our Board meetings to participate, observe or just drop in to say hello.
PRECONFERENCES on Friday July 10
Both CLENE Preconferences are SOLD OUT!!
See the CLENE Conference Wiki for locations and more information.
These classes are FREE and available to NEFLIN members only.
You will be emailed access information.
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Wednesday, June 24, 2009 from 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EST.
There is no charge for this webinar. Registration is not required.
The link to this program will be available at 2:30 p.m. on June 24, 2009.
If you answered “yes” to any of the questions above, then Open Source is something you should know about, and you should put this webinar on your calendar now!
This webinar will help clarify the differences between the proprietary ILS model and the new OSLS model, including what it means for the library staff and budget.
During this presentation, participants will:
This free webinar is the first in an Open Source Series sponsored by Infopeople, Califa, and the Open Source Library Consortium. The first two webinars will be presented by Lori Bowen Ayre, and will focus on Open Source Library Systems (OSLS). Subsequent webinars will be delivered by other instructors and will cover Open Source applications including Drupal, Flickr, and Open Office.
Concurrent Session #2
Concurrent Session #3
Also, Round Table Discussions - NEFLIN Members will host round table discussions on technology topics including: Promoting Your Library Through YouTube, Bandwith Issues, Creating an E-Branch, 23 Things, Secrets of an Award Winning Library Website, Green Ideas, Terrific Teen Technology Programs and more!
Date: Friday, June 19
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Location: Embassy Suites Baymeadows, Jacksonville
Cost: NEFLIN members: Free; Nonmembers: $100
Registration is first come, first serve.
If you have already registered and want to change your
CONCURRENT SESSION CHOICES, email firstname.lastname@example.org