Knowledge Management (KM)
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If you've heard the buzz about Library 2.0, but don't quite understand how to implement it, you've come to the right place. The internet is full of webinars, presentations, and tutorials designed to help you take your library to the next level, and we've highlighted some of the most useful of these here. Read on to learn how your library can get with the times. Getting Started Check out these resources to get a basic understanding of what makes up Library 2.0, and how you can start adopting it. Education Institute Webcast: Planning and Implementing Library 2.0 : In this webinar, you'll get a look at planning and getting started with your use of library 2.0. 100 Free Library 2.0 Webinars and Tutorials | College@Home
Librarians: Masters of the info universe CNN librarian Kerith Page McFadden works at her desk in Washington.
Welcome to NN/LM's Middle Atlantic Region
In the Library with the Lead Pipe
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Home > Library Development > Continuing Education/Training > Collection Development Training Collection Development Training (CDT) provides practical training in how to perform collection development activities in public libraries. Each activity is presented as a separate section with links to helpful Internet sites, lists of books and articles for further reading, and definitions of key terms. ASLAPR - Collection Development Training
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IUPUI The School Library Media Specialist: Course Materials Welcome to S671: School Media This website was designed primarily as a graduate course (S671) offered at Indiana University at Indianapolis, however the materials are available to anyone who wants to learn more about school library media specialists and programs. If you're registered for this course, be sure to carefully read the: If you think you may have missed class email communications, check the email archives . When you're ready to begin the course, read the Course Guide .
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