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Today’s contributor is Julie Raynor, your 2017 Technology and Trends Chair-Elect. When I attend conferences I usually struggle with two challenges: how to easily keep in touch with other committee members and co-workers during the conference and anything pertaining to networking. As I was seeking out tools to use next week I came across two […]
I’m sure you knew it was coming! Pokémon Go has exploded this month, and many libraries are getting in on the game. Whether or not you play, you can take advantage of this fad as a way to bring new people into your library and to engage with current users! If you’re not familiar with […]
If you had to miss our February 25 webinar, “Tag! You’re It: RFID in the NCSU Libraries,” never fear – your recording and slides are here! Tag! You’re It: RFID in the NCSU Libraries from nclatechandtrends The recording of the live session is also available here. Thanks again to Christee and Mara from NCSU Libraries […]
Join us on Tuesday, 2/25 at 2:30pm in Blackboard Collaborate for the next installment in the TNT webinar series: Tag, You’re It! RFID in the NCSU Libraries! Who: Christee Pascale (Associate Head, Acquisitions & Discovery) and Mara Mathews (University Library Technician, User Experience), NCSU Libraries What: Tag, You’re It! RFID in the NCSU Libraries In January […]
We had tons of interest in this webinar, so if you weren’t able to attend, never fear! You can view the slides below, or watch a recording of the whole session! Toptools2013 from nclatechandtrends Happy holidays from your TNT board! We’ll be back in January with a new slate of webinars for the new year!
Thanks to everyone who joined us yesterday for our latest webinar: How to fail at a makerspace. Brown Biggers from UNCG University Libraries gave a great presentation about makerspaces and the magic that makes them happen. If you had to miss the presentation, or if you’d just like to review the content, you can view […]