We all know that planning is important, but the nature of technology can make planning for it especially daunting. How do you decide what technology services to include in your plans? How do you know what your community wants and needs? How do you plan for an unknown future? And once you have created a plan, how do you move beyond the document to the implementation?
According to a recent Pew report, 59% of US adults say they have looked online for health information in the past year. How can libraries help guide people to quality online medical information? Join this session to learn more!
If you were to turn off all the electricity to your library's offices, what would happen? Would your website still be accessible? Could patrons still place holds online? Join our webinar for a discussion about taking your library or nonprofit virtual and what you can do to become less dependent on internal IT and in-house systems.
Like any worthwhile initiative, reaching a target audience takes time and money. Is there an affordable way to make your library more technologically accessible for children with autism and other developmental differences? Join this session to learn about the successful "Come On In" program at Skokie (IL) Public Library. Hear about free and inexpensive tools. Think about ways to partner with other organizations to meet patron and staff needs.
Do you want to know more about the broad range of software Microsoft donates to nonprofits and libraries through TechSoup? Join our webinar Make the Most of your Microsoft Software Donation on Thursday, March 14, at 11 a.m. Pacific time to find out more.
Need an easy way to handle your organization's accounting transactions? Join our upcoming webinar, QuickBooks 2013 Made Easy for Nonprofits and Charities on Thursday, February 28 at 11 am Pacific time, to learn more about how you can streamline your day-to-day business with the new 2013 updates to Intuit's QuickBooks.
Want to save time and money setting up or improving your training lab or public access computers? Interested in saving energy and reducing maintenance in your labs? Find out all about Microsoft Windows MultiPoint Server and how it can save you over 60% in costs and upkeep for your library, charity, telecentre, training lab, or refurbishment program.
Does your library or organization provide computers for the public? Would you like to know more about basic troubleshooting on a Windows PC so you can minimize downtime? This introductory level webinar will introduce you to tips and techniques that will help you understand how to fix common problems.
Join us for this free webinar on Tuesday, February 12 at 11 a.m. Pacific time/noon Mountain time/1 p.m. Central time/2 p.m. Eastern time. The presenter for the session is Joe Olayvar, who is a Technology Consultant for the Washington State Library.