Current Programs List — NEDCC Education is key to NEDCC’s mission. NEDCC's Preservation Services staff and conservators offer a variety of programs each year to help cultural institutions and individuals preserve their valuable collections. NEDCC provides several types of course offerings to suit the needs and schedules of potential participants. These include one-hour "Brown Bag" webinars, two-hour webinars, in-person workshops, and a webinar course. Workshops may be held at NEDCC or hosted by an outside institution. To view a monthly calendar of events see our Training Calendar.
Talking Book Service Don't let a physical limitation stop you from reading! Audio books and magazines can be loaned free to any Idaho resident who is unable to read regular print, hold a book, or turn pages due to a temporary or permanent physical limitation. This free service provides the following to registered users: Books, magazines, and playback equipment Materials mailed directly to and from the user via Free Matter for the BlindToll free number to contact the Talking Book Service Resources to help select titles of interestOnline catalog for direct orderingAbility to download digital titles What's Available Catalogs
5 Thought-Provoking Podcasts Every Librarian Should Listen To Late to the podcast game? Here are some of our quick recommendations for where to start! From librarians, for librarians. The DAM Continuing Professional Development Room - a place to expand your knowledge - The Henry Stewart DAM Webinar Series Henry Stewart is developing a wide range of live, interactive complimentary webinars for our DAM community. Each webinar will last 45 - 60 minutes and include time for questions. Details on our upcoming webinars are posted below. How to Stop Brand Pollution Enabling global brand consistency, personalized content, streamlined workflows and increased customer engagement
Search for Public Libraries National Center for Education Statistics Contact Tools ED.gov Newsflash NCES Blog Twitter Facebook Search for Public Libraries How to Join the D4L Program - Design for Learning Devote your time and attention to developing or honing your online teaching skills! Join us in the Design 4 Learning program! We are in the process of recruiting the first group of 60 participants and would love your participation! Read on… Program Description: The G. Robert Strauss, Jr. Memorial Library > Research The G. Robert Strauss, Jr. Memorial Library
FSU - College of Education Education / Current Students / Departments / Educational Psychology and Learning Systems (EPLS) / Current Students / Instructional Systems and Learning Technologies / Degrees / Certificates / OID On this Page: Program OverviewCareer OpportunitiesDegree RequirementsAdmission RequirementsUseful LinksProgram Contact Program Description The Certificate in Online Instructional Development is a non-degree program offered through distance learning technology. The program should be completed within a five-year period.
Archives Collection > Research Gallery Archives The Gallery Archives documents the history of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery from its inception in 1862 as The Buffalo Fine Arts Academy to the present day. It contains the official records of the museum and its volunteer organizations, including minutes of the Board of Directors, Annual Reports, departmental files, artists’ correspondence, photographs, drawings, and video and audiotape interviews. The Gallery Archives Collection may be accessed through finding aids. A finding aid is a descriptive guide for an archival collection. Typically, it includes information about the origin, history, content, date, and format of the records, as well as the physical and intellectual arrangement of the collection. 10 of The Best Bibliography and Citation Tools for Teachers and Student Researchers February 16, 2014 Knowing how to develop a bibliography and cite the resources you drew on in your research papers are two elemental skills for any student researcher. Correct and accurate citations do not only augment the credibility of your research but also help other interested researchers use your citations for reference mining and thus building on your work. There are actually a wide range of free web tools that makes it easy for students to generate citations and in different style formats, however, the ones below are the tools I have myself tested and therefor highly recommend for you. I invite you to have a look and share with your colleagues. 1-RefWorks RefWorks is an online research management, writing and collaboration tool -- is designed to help researchers easily gather, manage, store and share all types of information, as well as generate citations and bibliographies.
Cornelia Bentley Sage Quinton > Archives Collection > Research Table of Contents Collection OverviewInformation for Users Preferred CitationTerms of Access and UseCopyright Administrative Information Acquisition InformationProcessing Information Podcasts CAA provides a series of podcasts devoted to professional-development topics for artists. Evolving from the National Professional-Development Workshops and now produced in tandem with them, the series will continue throughout the year, with new audio to be added on a regular basis. While the initial focus is on artists, CAA hopes to develop podcasts for art historians, curators, nonprofit art professionals, and other constituencies in the future. CAA is committed to assisting its members through a variety of means and at various stages in their careers. The podcasts join CAA’s other Career Services programs, which include workshops and mentoring sessions for artists and scholars at the Annual Conference, fellowships for graduate students, professional Standards and Guidelines, and the Online Career Center. Podcasts