Thursday April 16th, 2009, 2:00 - 3:00 pm, Central Time
Join us for this sure to be interesting last session in this Spring 2009 series of Webinars.
Browser integrated library toolbars enable users to access library data and services from anywhere on the web. We’ll explain why you might want to try a toolbar, show features of two different toolbars - LibX and Conduit - and show you how to create your own toolbar.
Information on LibX can be found at:
Information on Conduit can be found at:
Jen Holman is Periodicals Librarian at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse’s Murphy Library. She currently serves as the library’s web team leader and enjoys learning about and developing new tools that expand the reach of library services.
Anne Zarinnia is an Associate Professor at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. She teaches Reference, Cataloging, Virtual Libraries and Advanced Design, and looks for strategies to engage students with information.
Register now for this latest webinar that's sure to be a lively and interesting session. Go to:
The recordings of the Fall 2008 series and this current Spring 2009 series are still available and can be registered for and viewed by you and your institution colleagues at any time up to a year after the session date. See the series blog for information on past webinars by speakers such as:
John Blyberg, Mark Beatty, Karen Coombs, Cindy Cunningham, Jenny Schmidt, Ingrid Lebolt, Jen Holman, Anne Zarinnia, Casey Bisson, Evette Atkin, Cary Gordon, Tasha Saecker, Darci Hanning, and Katie Rose
When you've got a need for that library technology fix over the summer, why not come to Madison for the Shorts and Hawaiian Shirt conference: WiLSWorld. Beer, Brats and WiFI, by the UW-Madison Union Terrace, by the Lake. Featuring keynoters Joan Frye Williams and Karen Schneider. We'll run our next webinar series in Fall 2009. Look for announcements about all these events and check the WiLS web site at: