[Michlib-l] last chance! don't let these workshops pass you by!
davidsonj at mcls.org
Mon Sep 25 19:33:56 EDT 2017
Licensing electronic resources: An introduction<https://store.mcls.org/index.php/licensing-electronic-resources-an-introduction.html>
Nancy Kirkpatrick, MCLS
Oct. 3-4, 10:00am - 12:00pm Eastern (online)<https://store.mcls.org/index.php/partnering-outside-the-box-91.html>
This basic workshop is designed for library staff who are new to negotiating licenses for electronic resources. This workshop would also be beneficial to library staff who do not negotiate with vendors, but who do work with electronic resources and/or ERM systems and need to understand license terms. [Note: this is an introductory workshop and is not geared toward experienced staff who have already negotiated licenses.] The workshop will address the basic concepts of contract law (licenses as contracts) and offer a hands-on look at the components of a standard licensing agreement.
Partnering outside the box <https://store.mcls.org/index.php/partnering-outside-the-box-91.html>
Amie Thomas, Brownsburg Public Library
Oct 3, 2:00-4:00pm (online)
Are your revenue streams decreasing or stagnant? Join us as we talk about partnering outside the box to help fund collections or programs. We'll talk about building partnerships with local businesses including space logistics, promotion, contracts (or not), and more. Be prepared to "partner outside the box"!
RDA for non-catalogers <https://store.mcls.org/index.php/rda-for-non-catalogers-what-do-i-need-to-know-90.html>
Susan Pritts, MCLS instructor
Oct. 4, 2:00 - 4:00pm Eastern (online)
Have you thought that your catalogers been talking a new language lately? Using terms like RDA and FRBR? RDA Resources, Description and Access is the new cataloging standard, implemented in 2013 to replace AACR2. FRBR is part of the infrastructure of this new code. What does this mean to the non-cataloger? What kind of changes should library staff and the end user expect to see as a result of RDA? What are some of the major changes between AACR2 and RDA?
Focus on your users<https://store.mcls.org/index.php/focus-on-your-users-improving-library-spaces-and-services-with-user-experience-design-think-processes.html>
Michelle Boisvenue-Fox, Kent District Library, & Kristin Meyer, Grand Valley State University
Oct. 6, 1:00 - 3:00pm Eastern (online)
Public and academic library user experience practitioners will share an introductory look at the tools of the trade along with inside knowledge of Design concepts used in other industries. Learn how to adapt and apply these concepts to improve the spaces and services of your library.
Questions? Email training at mcls.org. Want to see more class offerings? Visit https://store.mcls.org/
MCLS Home page - Welcome to the MCLS Store<https://store.mcls.org/>
Public and academic library user experience practitioners will share an introductory look at the tools of the trade along with inside knowledge of design concepts ...
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