Tag Archives: Security

Steps to Stay Safe from Cyber Threats – 1 TLEU

lock in cyberspaceWith the recent influx of cybersecurity threats and attacks, it is imperative individuals understand the steps they need to take to keep their personal data safe. This presentation is designed to provide attendees with information regarding different cyber security threats, how to prevent them, and what to do if you are a victim of an attack.

Date Recorded: 4/26/22

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenter: Brian Hubbard, Senior Manager of Customer Services  / ENA – Education Networks of America

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IT Security and Working from Home – 1 TLEU

Ryan EdgellThe landscape of IT and working from home has changed significantly. This has increased the risks to IT security with planning and safeguarding becoming more important than ever.

Date Recorded: 3/31/2021

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenter:  Ryan Edgell, President/Lead Consultant for Edge Information Technologies This webinar will be posted on the Indiana State Library’s Archived Trainings page.

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Privacy Quest: Write Your Own Story – 2 TLEUs

lock representing online securityPrivacy is a vital civil right. Learn to protect your and your community’s privacy via narrative-based exercises. Protecting privacy is a key element of the library’s role in democracy. Empower your community to wrest its narrative back from the clutches of surveillance capitalism. Learn how make gnarly passwords and be private on the internet via the Ironsworn role-playing game. Control your privacy; write your own story.

Bryan is a systems Librarian at Nashville Public Library and member of Library Freedom Project. He is a lifelong gamer and banned books reader, but a first-time Library Education Unit presenter.

Date Recorded: 5/18/20

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenter: Bryan Jones / Systems Librarian at the Nashville Public Library (Tennessee)

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Carefully Crafted Codes of Conduct – 1 LEU

Many disruptive patron behaviors can be managed using appropriate and equally applied policies and procedures. In this webinar Cheri Harris, Legal Consultant for the Indiana State Library, will review relevant court cases and describe the legal standards that impact your choice of wording. She will discuss best practices and provide sample language.  She will respond to recent questions about suspending or banning rule-breaking patrons and provide some guidance for making and carrying out those decisions.

Date Recorded: 03/28/19

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenter:  Cheri Harris, Certification Program Director/Legal Consultant, Indiana State Library

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Overdoses in Libraries – 1 LEU

logo of Indiana Recovery AllianceThe webinar will briefly outline the opiate, HIV and HCV epidemics across the country. We will then focus in on identifying overdoses and administration of naloxone (the opioid or opiate overdose reversal drug, commonly known as NARCAN). We will briefly discuss the laws that fully protect those administering naloxone and over 40 years of evidence showing the safety and effectiveness of naloxone. The webinar will wrap up with information about sharps recycling options and addictions treatment. This webinar is eligible for 1 LEU when watched in conjunction with the second video below.

Date Recorded: 12/14/2016

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenter: Chris Abert / Indiana Recovery Alliance

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Active Shooter Training for Libraries – 2 LEUs

caution signAcross our country, millions of students attend school safely every day. We have prepared them to meet life’s challenges for years. Tragically, in light of recent events, we must now prepare them for the unthinkable. Both in our schools, and increasingly in our places of work, worship, and recreation, individuals with only violent intent bring unexpected death and destruction into our daily lives. Join us for this webinar with the Indiana State Police to learn some survival strategies for active shooter events.

Date Recorded: 8/2/2016

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenter: Indiana State Police Officer, Nick Klingkammer