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Digital Security Impacts All Libraries

Digital Security Impacts All Libraries

Does your library or information center…

  • Have email accounts?
  • Provide access to the internet?
  • Store personal information such as addresses, birth dates, and ID numbers?

If you said yes to any of the above, your library has a stake in digital security. For example, email accounts can be hacked through malicious links or stolen passwords and used to send spam. Internet access provides opportunities for hackers to infiltrate your computer systems. And the very nature of circulation and integrated library systems requires at least some personal information to be stored.

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Free SLA webinar December 7th

The Pharmaceutical and Health Technology Division of SLA, along with the Rocky Mountain Chapter, Chemistry Division, and CI Division, are proud to present:

Winter Virtual Conference:
a one-day prof ed smorgasbord!

A full day of 1 hour, back-to-back professional development webinars, intended for your development as a unit member.  Drop in, drop out, and stay as long as you like!

Topics include:

  • Marketing Essentials for Information Professionals

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MLIS/MLS Students – Internship Opportunities at SCRLC

Digitization Internship Opportunity:

South Central Regional Library Council (SCRLC) is pleased to offer  a 150-hour unpaid internship opportunity for an MLIS/MLS student who is interested in gaining experience in the area of digitization. The internship is available for the fall term; an additional opportunity is available for the spring.  Under the supervision of the Manager of Digital Service and Resource Sharing the intern will create digital collections. Training will be provided.  Activities include:

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NY 3Rs 4 part webinar – How to Teach Online

NY 3Rs 4 part webinar – How to Teach Online

The NY3Rs presents…

How to Teach Online (four part online class)

Course Description
In this course, we will introduce you to teaching in a live online environment. Although we will primarily use the Adobe Connect interface, we will also become familiar with another. We will discuss ideas to use for incorporating interactivity into the courses and meetings you provide while you are online.

Learning Objectives
Demonstrate 3 interactive Adobe Connect functions
Identify 3 ways to incorporate interactivity within a live online session
Teach a 10-15 minute segment using Adobe Connect

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Zotero Training Workshop

Zotero Training Workshop hosted by Syracuse University Library
Thursday, November 1st and Friday, November 2nd

This workshop, presented by Zotero trainers will offer the opportunity to:

  • Introduce new users and update advanced ones
  • Provide an overview over best practices and advanced features such as plugins as well as style and translator development
  • Equip librarians and IT staff to implement, train, and support users

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SCRLC workshop on WordPress


Finger Lakes Library System and SCRLC are delighted to present a hands-on day-long session by Polly-Alida Farrington, WordPress for Library Web Sites – An Introduction, on Friday, September 28 at SCRLC’s Martin Learning Center, Ithaca.

Thanks to an LSTA grant awarded to Finger Lakes Library System this session is free, but the class size is limited to 20 to guarantee quality, hands-on instruction.

You must register to attend at  http://www.scrlc.org/PAF-WordPress

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WNYLRC Fall Workshop Series – Developing Robust Websites

The Western NY Library Resources Council is happy to announce a workshop series for fall, “Developing Robust Websites,” consisting of full-day, intensive classes designed to help you enhance your library’s web presence. You do not need to register for each class – choose the ones that most fit your needs.

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About UNYSLA

UNYSLA is the upstate New York chapter of SLA. We provide professional development programming and networking opportunities for special librarians and information professionals.

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