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Spring/Summer TexShare “Tuesday Trainings” Registration Open

2013 March 21

TexShare libraries,  mark your calendars and sign up today for the next round of free “Tuesday Trainings,” coming in April, May, and June.   Join Gale-Cengage trainer LuAnn Harrison for a series of informative, one-hour webinars on several Gale-Cengage database tools.   The following webinars are now open for registration.

Explore Gale Virtual Reference Library with Twayne’s, Scribner, and Beyond

Join a session highlighting the Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL).  TSLAC provides Twayne’s and Scribner in the GVRL format as part of TexShare.  Many of you also have your own collections built in GVRL, so attend this webinar and explore the award-winning platform in-depth.

Date and Time:  Tuesday, April 2, 2013 at 9:30 am CST
Texas Continuing Education Credit:  1 hour
Register Online Now

Summer Reading Programs and Literature Resource Center

Summer Reading Programs are starting up soon!  This webinar on Literature Resource Center will show you tools that can help you plan your next amazing summer reading program.

Date and Time:  Tuesday, May 7, 2013 at 9:30 am CST
Texas Continuing Education Credit:  1 hour
Register Online Now

Finding Consumer Information on Up-To-Date Health-Related Topics Using Health Reference Center Academic –  It’s Not Just for Academics!

Do your patrons shy away from using Health Reference Center Academic because they think there will not be information written for the average consumer? Come spend a little time and explore Health Reference Center Academic as it can be used by consumers.

Date and Time:  Tuesday, June 4, 2013 at 9:30 am CST
Texas Continuing Education Credit:  1 hour
Register Online Now

 

Watch the State Library’s Continuing Education calendar for upcoming training dates, and the TexShare web page for details of all things TexShare.

Questions about TexShare training, or the program in general?  Contact us at texshare@tsl.texas.gov or call (512) 463-546.

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