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  1. E-Gov: Make It Work @ your library (American Libraries/ORS Webcast)

    Originally aired December 10, 2010 How do you bridge the gap? * 53% of libraries report that staff do not have the necessary skills to meet patron e-government needs. * Public library staff report that helping citizens interact with government agencies an ...

    admin - 01/03/2012 - 12:24 - Online Learning

  2. Encyclopedia Evolution (Booklist Webcast on 11/16/2010)

    Encyclopedias are the cornerstones of a library’s reference collection, but traditional encyclopedia publishing has been transformed over the past several years. Join Reference Books Bulletin editor Mary Ellen Quinn for an up-close look at how encyclopedi ...

    admin - 01/03/2012 - 12:24 - Online Learning

  3. Power to the User—Interactive Online Reference Sources (Booklist Webcast from 06/01/2010)

    Translation tools, visual searches, mobile applications—these are just a few of the features that let the user interact with reference databases in new ways. In this webcast for librarians in all types of libraries, Sue Polanka, Head, Reference and Instru ...

    admin - 01/03/2012 - 12:24 - Online Learning

  4. Introduction to Guide to Reference (webcast)

    General Editor Denise Beaubien Bennett and ALA Publishing staff introduce you to Guide to Reference, with more than 16,000 fully annotated entries describing essential print and web reference sources. This recording of the webinar presented on March 3, 20 ...

    admin - 01/03/2012 - 12:24 - Online Learning

  5. Twenty-first-Century Reference Collections (Booklist Webcast from 01/12/2010)

    In this informative hourlong Booklist webcast, librarians, reference experts, and publishers discuss the evolution of reference collections, their role today, and what they might look like in the future. Sponsored by World Book, M. E. Sharpe, Encyclopedia ...

    admin - 01/03/2012 - 12:24 - Online Learning