[Asis-l] Great LIS workshops for students and professionals!
fcunning at kent.edu
Wed Jun 6 15:11:41 EDT 2012
The School of Library and Information Science at Kent State University offers a robust schedule of workshops that will benefit students AND professionals in libraries, museums and other cultural and information organizations.
Among the current offerings are:
. DATABASE DESIGN/APPLICATIONS
. GENEALOGY AND LOCAL HISTORY RESEARCH METHODS
. TIPS/TRICKS FOR SEARCHING ONLINE DATABASES
. DESIGNING SUCCESSFUL GRANT PROJECTS
. WRITING AND DEVELOPING AN EXHIBIT SCRIPT
. PRACTICAL PUBLIC RELATIONS AND COMMUNICATION TOOLS FOR PUBLIC LIBRARIANS
. VIDEO GAMES IN THE PUBLIC LIBRARY
. And more!
To find out what's being offered this summer and fall, and to learn how to register and how workshops can help you advance your career or enhance your education, watch the recorded online open house (held June 6) at this link:
If you do not already have Silverlight on your computer, you may need to download it in order to view the presentation. It's free at http://www.microsoft.com/getsilverlight/Get-Started/Install/Default.aspx/.
Presenters: Rhonda Filipan (rfilipan at kent.edu), SLIS academic program coordinator; Don A. Wicks, Ph.D., SLIS interim director; and Lorelei Hoover (lhoover6 at kent.edu), current M.L.I.S. student
For more information on SLIS workshops, visit http://www.kent.edu/slis/programs/workshops.cfm.
If you've missed some of our recent webinars, you'll find them archived on our website: http://www.kent.edu/slis/programs/wednesday-webinars.cfm.
All the best,
Marketing Communications and Public Relations Director
School of Library and Information Science
Kent State University
fcunning at kent.edu
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