New “Tech Tools with Tine” Series Kicks Off Friday with Google Search

Based on the overwhelming popularity of our “Tech Tools with Tine” Webinars last fall and spring, we’re back with a Fall 2011 series of five new tech tools – Google Search, Google Places, FourSquare, Skype and Zotero!

Want a concise demo of how one tool works from a veteran software trainer with a little library context thrown in? Well, that’s the Tech Tools with Tine series! The series is meant to be short on talk about library context and higher concepts. It’s really all about the tools themselves! Our aim is to demonstrate how to use one tool in each webinar in under 60 minutes with time for Q&A built in.

Our first Webinar in this new fall series is THIS FRIDAY, October 7, 2011 from 10-11am Central. The topic is Google Search. Although just about everyone uses Google for searching, there have been many updates to its features and functionality — if you work in the field of library and information science (and if you are reading this, you probably do), you really should join us for the very latest on Google Search.

About our presenter:
Christine Walczyk (aka Tine) is currently a PhD candidate at the University of North Texas in Library & Information Science, as well as an independent technology/library consultant with Trainers-R-Us. She has 10+ years in libraries and is a former software trainer.

For more information, including CE credit, technical information, and to register for the other Tech Tools Webinars in our Fall series, please visit:

Already familiar with our Webinars? Register for this Friday’s Google Search Webinar directly via this link:

Please forward this email to all library colleagues who may benefit from attending – these Webinars are FREE and open to all library staff!

Questions? Please contact:
Naomi DiTullio
Texas State Library & Archives Commission

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