Technology

LiveWebinar
Two-part virtual preconference before ALA Annual Conference 2016 in Orlando.
LiveWebinar
Two-part virtual preconference before ALA Annual Conference 2016 in Orlando.
LiveWebinar
Two-part virtual preconference before ALA Annual Conference 2017 in Chicago.
LiveeForumFree!
This e-Forum will invite participants to explore the issues and share experiences and practical solutions to the various challenges of providing and managing streaming film services in libraries.
LiveeForumFree!
As libraries continue to transition away from information services based on physical materials, how is electronic resources management changing? How are electronic resources changing libraries?
LiveWebinar
For years libraries have been providing access and training to technology through their services and programs. Kids can learn to code, build a robot, and make a movie with an iPad at the library. But what can they do when they get home? How can libraries expand their reach to help more than just the youth they see every day? The Meridian Library (ID) has chosen to start circulating new types of technology. Want to learn about Arduinos? Check one out from our library! What is a Raspberry Pi? You get 4 weeks to figure it out. Robots too expensive to buy? Too many iPad apps to choose from?
LiveeCourse
Work smarter, collaborate faster and share code or other files with the library community using the popular version control system Git.
On-DemandWebinarFree!
Parents are faced with ever-expanding media options to share with their children, and many children’s librarians are beginning to incorporate apps and eBooks for young children into their collections and programming to satisfy the growing need for reader's advisory in the app space ("Appvisory"). This webinar will explore why and how incorporating digital media into our collections and programming is now an essential part of children’s librarianship, and tips and tricks for translating traditional storytelling techniques into the digital realm.
On-DemandWebinar
Libraries across the country continue to embrace the digital media lab concept by offering a creative space chock full of the latest computer hardware and software and audio, digitizing, graphic design, music, photography, video, web publishing, and other production equipment and resources that patrons use to create and share their own content. In this roadmap webinar, Jeffrey Fisher of the Fountaindale Public Library shares his how-we-did-(and still do)-it strategies for building and operating a digital media lab. — PREVIEW AVAILABLE
Self-PacedeCourseAttendance Cert.
ALA Publishing presents this popular returning eCourse, Cataloging Music Resources in RDA facilitated by Sonia Archer-Capuzzo, which explores the unique challenges of cataloging music resources and focuses on how RDA Toolkit meets these challenges.

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