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Registration remains open until 4 November for The Librarian’s Toolbox: Reopened!

Registration remains open until 4 November for The Librarian’s Toolbox: Reopened!

Registration remains open until 4 November at 5pm for UNYSLA’s fall conference: The Librarian’s Toolbox: Reopened! on Friday 8 November.

The day will involve several presentations from academics, special librarians and information specialists about tools that range from ontologies to Pinterest and could be in your box of tricks!

Check out our events page for all the exciting details.

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Silicon Valley SLA Chapter Shares Presentations on YouTube

The Silicon Valley Chapter of the Special Libraries Association has a YouYube channel where they post videos of events they sponsor. The latest posting is Phoebe Ayers’ talk, “The Past, Present, and Future of Wikipedia” presented at the 2013 San Francisco / Silicon Valley Chapters Joint Meeting. Check it out!

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SBA – Exporting Tips

SBA – Exporting Tips

Thinking about exporting, but don’t know where to start?  As part of World Trade Month, SBA will host a Google+ Hangout on May 22. The hangout will highlight ways that business can use federal government resources to increase exports.

Date: Wednesday, 22 May
Time: 3:00pm ET
Where: Watch the Hangout live at SBA’s Google+ page or SBA’s YouTube Channel

Who:

  • Dario Gomez, U.S. Small Business Administration, Associate Administrator for International Trade

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Heading to San Diego – What’s a rookie to do?

Heading to San Diego – What’s a rookie to do?

So you’re packing your bags and heading to San Diego For SLA. Not sure what to do or what to expect? Not sure what to wear or do? How far is your hotel from the convention center? What do you REALLY need to know that won’t be found in the conference planner? What’s a rookie to do???

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SLA CI Webinar – Private Companies

SLA CI Webinar

Getting In-Depth Competitive Intelligence on Private Companies

Date: Tuesday, 30 April
Time: 1:00 – 2:00pm EDT
Registration: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/241237654

More often than not disruptive innovations are born behind the walls of privately held companies. Given this how do you crack the code on these companies strategies? Additionally, how do you obtain some degree of early warning about how successful these companies might be in the future?

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Introduction to Geospatial Literacy

Introduction to Geospatial Literacy with Eva Dodsworth

This class will be available in asynchronous mode from April 21 through May 5. The two-week class consists of a combination of recorded lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on tutorials. Participants can access and complete the on-demand tutorials and assignments at their convenience during the two-week period, receiving online feedback and guidance from the course facilitator as-needed.

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2nd #SLAtalk on 9 April – What would you tell your past MLIS-student self?

2nd #SLAtalk on 9 April – What would you tell your past MLIS-student self?

SLA’s Online Content Advisory Council presents SLA’s 2nd Twitter conversation

#SLAtalk: What would you tell your past MLIS-student self?

Not sure what all this chirping is about? We are harnessing the power and reach of social media to have a discourse with information professionals from around the world on Twitter. We have structured questions and follow our hash tag #SLAtalk to see the answers roll in! Read our “How to #SLAtalk” post on the SLA Blog.SLAtalkTwitter

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Webinar: Solving Personnel Questions

Webinar: Solving Personnel Questions

SCRLC is delighted to present

Solving Personnel Questions

Date: Wednesday, 17 April
Time: 1:30-3:30 pm EDT
Location: webinar
Registration: http://www.scrlc.org/PersonnelQuestions
Cost: $10 SCRLC members, $15 non-SCRLC members, and $25 for groups

Description: This course is particularly suitable for directors, managers, and those currently (or hoping to) supervise employees. Are you…

  • Looking for new ways to work with difficult staff members?
  • Trying to create an effective working group of very different personality types?

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