Free Wednesday Webinar: The Social Library with Cliff Landis
Posted by The Unquiet Librarian
Join Cliff Landis as he talks about the ways social media has transformed the library users interact with each other, with the library, and with information. Cliff will also give timely advice on how libraries can use emerging social technologies to keep up with changing user needs. Participants in the webinar will learn how social network sites, microblogging tools, and free open source software can be used to perform outreach and proactive service via the social web.
This session is open to all librarians (school, public, academic, special)!
Cliff Landis is Web Services Librarian at Georgia State University. He is also a also a researcher, author and speaker on the role of emerging technologies in libraries, interpersonal communication skills, social network sites, user-centered service, assessment, and the co-evolution of humanity and technology. He has a diverse range of interests both within and outside of the library field, which help inform his unique perspective on the future of libraries.
Program Title: The Social Library
Date: Wednesday July 21, 2010
Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Location: Online – login instructions will be sent to registered attendees five days prior to event
Contact Hours: 1
The Wednesday Webinar Series is brought to you by the Georgia Public Library Service and the Georgia Library Association PACE (Professional and Continuing Education) Interest Group.
Library staff, trustees and friends
1.0 contact hours. Submit the E-Learning Attendance Certificate form after attending the webinar.
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Posted on July 6, 2010, in Professional Development, Webinars and Virtual Events and tagged Cliff Landis, free, Professional Development, social library, Wednesday Webinars. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.