webinars

GiftWorks Free Fall Webinar Series: First Things First

TechSoup's donor partner GiftWorks is offering First Things First - a series of free webinars covering topics like effective communication, branding, one-on-one fundraising, leveraging volunteers, and technology strategies.

One More Chance to Get Microsoft Donation Program Questions Answered!

On Thursday, August 4, I had the pleasure of assisting in the webinar, Microsoft Donation Program: How Does It Work? With nearly 300 attendees, we had a tremendous response to this webinar, and I wanted to take a moment to thank Meg Creelman and Kami Griffiths, who did a wonderful job presenting the information, as well as Brian Calvert and Cameron Jones, who assisted on the chat. Thanks everyone, for making this such a helpful event!

Two (free) fantastic online learning opportunities

There are many oppportunities for free online learning in the library world, including of course, TechSoup webinars! Coming up in the next few weeks two events caught my eye that I'm particularly excited about: WebJunction's 2-day online conference, Trends in Library Training and Learning, and Library Journal's The Post Recession Library: Why Technology is No Longer a Luxury, featuring R. David Lankes (great speaker!).

August Webinars: Microsoft Donation Program and Free Windows 7 Curriculum

This month we have three FREE webinars scheduled.

TechSoup's Microsoft Donation Program has been updated and nowit is easier than ever for you to get the software you need, when you need it. We are holding two webinars to provide you with further information on the updates and to help answer questions you may have. To read more about these updates, take a look at this recent blog post. We also have a webinar that will introduce the My PC Series, which includes a free set of workshops and computer class materials designed for adult learners learning basic computer and digital photography skills.

March Webinars

This month we have free webinars on Quickbooks, SharePoint, and Getting Registered with TechSoup. Space is limited, so register today!

InfoPeople Webinars

There are a couple of great InfoPeople technology webinars coming up with stellar library speakers! You can find more information about these free events on the InfoPeople webinar website.

What have you learned in our webinars?

We want our free library technology webinars to be true learning experiences. Each month we have a 3-4 question survey to gather your thoughts and ideas to make sure we're offering products and services useful to you and your library. Please take this brief survey to share with us what you have learned in our webinars and we'll enter your name in a monthly prize drawing.

Sharing TechSoup with other Nonprofits

A lot of nonprofits and libraries don't know about TechSoup and miss out on our donated hardware and software opportunities, and our free webinars, articles, and expert-led community forums. Help Us Help Them! If you tell your nonprofit colleagues about TechSoup, thousands of charitable organizations across the country can increase their impact with the help of product donations from our 41 donor partners. A few easy ways you can do this:

New Source of Free Library Webinars from Georgia Libraries

Pat Carterette, Director of Continuing Education at the Georgia Public Library Service, just announced a new series of library webinars. The August sessions both sound fantastic! 

The Georgia Library Association and Georgia Public Library Service are sponsoring the new Georgia Wednesday Webinars series which highlights trends, innovation, and best practices in Georgia Libraries. The webinars feature presenters from the Georgia library community, but registration is open to anyone, anywhere. Topics are chosen to be of interest to employees of all library types.

Free Tech Webinars: Social Media, Tech Planning, and Business Planning

We have some great webinars coming up! Register and find more details on the TechSoup for Libraries Events Page.    

10 Social Media Tips & Secrets

Thursday, July 8, 2010, 11:00 AM Pacific (Noon Mountain / 1pm Central / 2pm Eastern)