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Webinar Recap: Training an Invisible Audience

If you were one of the many people who attended our webinar Training an Invisible Audience: Delivering Effective Webinars, I'd like to thank you for being such an eager and inquisitive audience. I was struck by the many locations of the registrants (including more than 10 countries!), as well as the many reasons that people hold webinars, including parenting classes, genealogy courses, and student engagement.

Free TS Webinar Tomorrow: Geocoding for Legislative Advocacy

I'll admit when I first saw this webinar description, I had to look up the term geocoding. I soon discovered what a great tool it is for advocacy. You can only influence your local, state, and federal legislators if you know how to contact them. If you are new to this process as well, sign up for this webinar to find out more!

Register Now for Training an Invisible Audience: Delivering Effective Webinars

Interested in delivering webinars, but don't know where to start?  Join us for a free webinar, Training an Invisible Audience: Delivering Effective Webinars, on Thursday, December 8, 2011.

During this one-hour event, you will hear from two webinar experts who have trained thousands of online participants around the world, TechSoup webinar program manager Kyla Hunt and independent library consultant, author, and trainer Stephanie Gerding.

Webinar Recap: Short Evaluations of Real Websites

On November 10, we had a different kind of webinar here at TechSoup called Short Evaluations of Real Websites. During the hour, web design experts Susanne Hempel and Steve Williams (both from SAP, a donor partner of TechSoup) took a look at four websites from various organizations around the country.

Webinar Recap: Free Windows 7 Curriculum

Back in June, you may have seen a post from Stephanie Gerding on the TechSoup for Libraries blog about My PC, a free Windows 7 curriculum. Last week, I had the pleasure of speaking with My PC program manager Todd Watts on the TechSoup webinar, Free Windows 7 Curriculum: Basic Computer Training at Your Library or Nonprofit.

Thursday Webinar: Free Windows 7 Curriculum from My PC

Whether you are training staff or the public, developing curriculum is always a lengthy process. Microsoft's My PC Series aims to make this challenge a bit easier by providing free downloadable curriculum you can customize for your library. Register for our webinar on Thursday to find out more! I've downloaded and viewed all their offerings, and am suitably impressed.

Introducing Kyla Hunt: Our new Webinar Program Manager!

Greetings, and allow me to introduce myself! My name is Kyla Hunt, and I am the new Webinar Program Manager here at TechSoup Global.

Webinar Tomorrow: Evaluating Digital Literacy Programs

TechSoup is facilitating a free webinar this Thursday on evaluating digital literacy projects. Libraries have been offering technology training in some form for many years, but it is often still a struggle to figure out how to evaluate this type of service. Whether you received BTOP funding, state library funds, or local funding, it is necessary to be able to track and communicate the effects this important work has on our communities.

Free Upcoming Webinars: Tech Donations, Grants, Green IT, and Evaluating Digital Literacy Programs

TechSoup has a lot of great webinars coming up in the next few weeks. Plus, they are all free! Learn about getting technology product donations for your library, winning grants, green IT opportunities, and evaluating digital literacy programs. More information and registrations links are on our events page.

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Wed., June 15, 2011 - 10:00am-11:00am Pacific, 11 Mountain, 12 Central, 1 Eastern

Need help designing and delivering technology workshops?

Well, TechSoup has a free webinar for you. It seems like it doesn't matter who we talk to--librarians, nonprofits--folks need help with training, and specifically, training about technology.