Tag Archives: Technology LEU (TLEU)

Using Book Connections at the Public Library – 1 TLEU

Engage and inspire readers with Book Connections resources that can be used both with patrons and behind the scenes. In this webinar, we will highlight ways to implement resources in your youth services library programming as well as new tools to compliment your work to enhance diversity in your library collections. Learn about the Collection Analysis and Diverse Books Toolkits, ready-to-use resources for your book clubs and story times, homework help features, and more. 

Date Recorded: 8/10/22

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenter:  Mary Ellen Graf / Teaching Books/Book Connections

 

Enriching School Wide Collaboration around Books and Authors – 1 TLEU

teaching books logoSchool library staff! Spread the word and lead the way with resources that directly enrich the literacy work in your school in all content areas.  Perpetuate leadership and support school-wide collaboration with colleagues, students, families, and administrators through engaging materials with easy to use share options and promotional tools to excite your community. Book Connections/TeachingBooks is one of many databases provided free to all Indiana residents via INSPIRE.in.gov.

Date Recorded: 7/13/22

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenters: TeachingBooks/Book Connections staff

 

NetGallery for Librarians: Demo and Overview – 1 TLEU

NetGallery green and white logoNetGalley is a free website for librarians to request and download digital review copies and audiobooks, while connecting with publishers and staying up to date with upcoming releases. The service is quick, efficient, secure, and always free for library staff. Learn how to get started (registration, filling in your Profile, and requesting your first book or audiobook), helpful features and tools, and ways NetGalley can specifically help librarians with collection development and readers’ advisory.

Date Recorded: 6/29/22

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenters: Tarah Theoret – Senior Director of Community Experience and Hallie Fields – Social Media Assistant Manager / NetGalley

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Canva Demo and Q&A: Ask Questions, Get Answers from an Amateur Designer and Professional Librarian – 1 TLEU

This session will include a demonstration of Canva, the web-based graphic design and publishing tool. Learn tips and tricks that will help you do more with Canva and help you create graphics that capture the attention of your audience. Questions submitted before the webinar will help guide the presentation.

Date Recorded: 5/17/22

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenter: Cole Zrostlik, Collaborative Consultant / Winding Rivers Library System (Wisconsin)

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Marketing Tools for INSPIRE – 1 TLEU

logo for Indiana's INSPIRE databasesFind out about the marketing tools available to promote INSPIRE in your library. We will show you how to go beyond pens and pencils to social media, promotional videos and more.

Date Recorded: 5/11/22

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenters: John Wekluk, Communications Director / Indiana State Library and Stephanie Hughes and Meghan Bass / Jarbo Marketing

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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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What’s Up Wednesday – Get INSPIRED: Access Indiana and a Review of INSPIRE Resources and Search Strategies – 1 TLEU

INSPIRE logo lifelong learning library for HoosiersPaula Newcom demonstrates how to sign up for an Access Indiana account and merge your EBSCO account and Access Indiana account into one combined account. Kara Cleveland shows the various access points one can use to start an EBSCO search along with different search strategies.

Date Recorded: 4/13/22

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenter: Paula Newcom, Northeast Regional Coordinator, and Kara Cleveland, Professional Development Office Supervisor, Indiana State Library

Resource:  Access Indiana INSPIRE 4-13-2022

 

Get INSPIRED: Health and Medicine Resources – 1

logo for Indiana's INSPIRE databasesIn this webinar we will be exploring the various database options within INSPIRE for use with health or medicine research requests. Join us for an overview of the database and come with questions.

Date Recorded: 3/9/22

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenter:  George Bergstrom / Indiana State Library

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Integrate Book Connections Resources to Inspire Summer Reading – 1 TLEU

Book Connections logo open book

Make planning easier, find new inspiration, and learn how Book Connections resources can be easily integrated into your summer reading program to inspire independent reading. Locate pre-made summer reading lists and create your own. Discover how to find, share, and incorporate Meet-the-Author recordings, book trailers, activity kits, and more. Book Connections/TeachingBooks is one of many databases provided free to all Indiana residents via INSPIRE.in.gov.

Date Recorded: 2/17/22

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenters:  Kym Davick and Mary Ellen Graf / TeachingBooks/Book Connections

 

EBSCO Usage Statistics and Reports – 1 TLEU

Learn the essentials of EBSCO usage statistics and reports in this 45 minute session. We will review key standard usage reports, COUNTER R5 reports, how to gain insights from analytical reports and review support resources on Connect.

Date Recorded: 2/9/22

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenter:  Lisa Jones, EBSCO Trainer

Resources:  How to Run a Profile Usage Report 

How to Run a Top Search Terms Report