The 63rd NCLA Biennial Conference is just around the corner, and TNT has a great line up of events! See the details below or visit the NCLA Conference schedule for all events. Pre-Conference Libraries: Spaces for Everyone – Web Accessibility Basics and Beyond Tuesday, October 15 1:30-4:30 PM Room TBA This will be an interactive […]
Technology has changed the face of libraries and is continuing to change how we work and how we deliver services to customers. This workshop introduces emerging technology trends, and how those trends are re-shaping library services. Examples of how to incorporate these emerging trends into libraries are provided. Attendees will leave knowing what trends to […]
Thanks to all who joined us for the Web Design for Libraries session last Friday! We had an almost full room. Here’s a brief recap: Alan Unsworth from Surrey Community College talked about his experience using LibGuides to run his library’s website (http://libguides.surry.edu/home). He emphasized how easy the system made very complex tasks, like adding […]
We have three conference sessions scheduled at the upcoming 2013 NCLA Conference. There’s also an important business meeting where we’ll hold board elections, and we’re showing up at the pub crawl on Wednesday night. Join us! We’ll also have a table set up in the exhibits. Stop by for your chance to spin a prize […]
Your NCLA Technology and Trends board has been busy! Julie Raynor (Secretary/Treasurer) did a great job leading the first webinar in our series: E-Book Training: How to Get Started! If you missed it, you can find the link to the recorded session here, and her slides below: TNT Webinar: E-Book Training from nclatechandtrends After Julie […]
Please join the Technology and Trends Round Table for the next webinar in our series, coming up next week! Wednesday, March 20, 3-4pmTeach Yourself How to ProgramLeader: Chad Haefele, UNC-Chapel Hill Programming skills are in demand, but it often seems like an intimidating topic to learn. When we surveyed roundtable members, the number one thing we heard […]
If you weren’t able to attend our first webinar, or just want to go back and hear it again, here is the link to the full recording of the session: https://sas.elluminate.com/p.jnlp?psid=2013-02-27.1235.M.669FDEC58C8549C611C2EC64F0EDEE.vcr&sid=315 Many thanks to Julie Raynor at High Point Public Library for putting together this fantastic webinar!
Hi everyone! You spoke, we listened! In this spring’s collection of webinars, we’ve done our best to reflect the topics you asked for in our survey last fall. We’ll continue to incorporate these ideas into our future programming efforts. Coming up later this month: Wednesday, February 27, 3-4pm EBook Training: How to Get Started Leader: […]