This free, hour-long webinar is your chance to have all your burning TechSoup donation request process questions answered. Get on your way to receiving the donated software, hardware, and technology services your library needs!
Internet safety is an essential skill to include in basic digital literacy instruction, but determining what content to include and how to teach it can present many challenges. If you're teaching Internet safety (or want to get started), this free one hour webinar is for you! We'll share best practices for teaching Internet safety in group and individual settings to patrons in public libraries and nonprofit organizations. Register now and become a better trainer!
Want more volunteers? Or want to give your current volunteers more satisfaction and flexibility? Join us for a one-hour webinar, where volunteer management expert Jayne Cravens will review the assignments that online volunteers love, including assignments that have real impact.
Please join us to learn about the newly updated and recently launched Impact Survey, a full-service online survey tool designed for public library staff to use when they want to survey their community about public access technology services at the library, and how to improve those services.
Does your library provide assistive technology for patrons who are blind or have low vision? The Itasca Community Library (IL) provides special technology, services, materials and equipment for patrons with vision impairments. With generous support from the local Lions Club, a Vision Center was created in the library.
How can you foster an environment in which staff have the technology expertise necessary to help patrons achieve their goals? Join us on October 31st at 11 AM Pacific/Noon Mountain/1 PM Central/2 PM Eastern time, as we talk with Mick Jacobsen and Toby Greenwalt about technology skills and the culture of learning at Skokie Public Library (IL). What have they done? What did they learn? What are they planning to do next?
Looking for ways to spruce up your organization's website? This is the event for you! Whether your nonprofit, library, or foundation has a big budget or none at all, you'll walk away with ideas and tips on how to improve your website from an expert at StoryCorps.
A group of pilot libraries has been testing the benchmarks in their libraries and communities. Join us on September 25th at 11 AM Pacific/Noon Mountain/1 PM Central/2 PM Eastern time, as we talk with participants from pilot libraries located in rural communities. What did they do? What did they learn? What are they planning to do next?