This past weekend, 20+ school librarians from the Capital Region of NY gathered in Rensselaerville at the Carey Institute for Global Good in the beautiful Helderberg mountains, for a weekend of learning and lots of laughter.
Saturday was a full day workshop on annual reports. (Can you imagine giving up your weekend for this? I promise, I tried to make it as fun and useful as I could!) In the morning we looked at a lots of annual reports and focused on ways to gather and present data in a meaningful way. (more…)
I’m looking forward to leading two workshops on Teaching with Infographics on Friday March 11 at Rockland BOCES School Library System.
The resources for our workshop can be found on the Teaching with Infographics Workshop page. I’ll also post the presentation slides after the workshop.
Update: Workshop slides here
Easy Websites on a Small Budget
Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
CDLC Offices, 28 Essex Street, Albany
There are still a few more seats available in this workshop, but you’ll need to register by this Friday.
Workshop Description: Overwhelmed with the idea of maintaining your own website or simply disheartened because you don’t know the “code” to create one? The good news is you don’t have to know everything, just the right things!
Sign up for this full day workshop which will focus on creating simple websites with the help of affordable web tools. We will learn the basics of creating a modern website using both Weebly andWordPress.com as well as become familiar with some tools, tips and techniques for creating and managing content.
This is a hands-on class so to get the most out of it, you are encouraged to bring some prepared text and images with you to the workshop. More information on this will be sent to participants upon registration. This class is suitable for any organization looking to create a small website or become more familiar with online tool options.
More information and registration.
Don’t miss this great workshop on Data Analysis presented by Deborah Anderson at SENYLRC. This workshop dovetails so nicely with the Presentations workshop I taught at SENYLRC last month. Deborah is terrific at helping you pull the sense and meaning from your data!
Date: May 14, 2015
Trainer: Deborah Lines Andersen
A great way to show your library’s impact on the community is with concrete data. But how do you do that? Are you at a loss on the best methods to gather that data, quantify them, and present them? SENYLRC is proud to present a workshop with Deborah Andersen of UAlbany’s school of Information Studies to help librarians update their skills with the tools of data analysis, utilizing quantitative and qualitative data, and understanding metrics.
Many thanks to the folks at SENYLRC for inviting me to do a workshop on Creating Powerful Presentations last month. It was a fun day! The slides and the resources from the workshop are available on the class web page.