Past Webinars -- Ineligible for CE Credit

Past Webinars from September 1 2011 - August 31 2012
Listed in Reverse Chronological Order

Listings that display the SBEC logo SBEC logo indicate that the live offering of this Webinar qualified for SBEC credit (provider number is #500799).

Webinars available here are for informational/reference purposes ONLY and are ineligible for continuing education credit.

Past Webinars -- Ineligible for CE Credit (Other Years)

Aug  30 2012

 

FY 2013 Competitive Grant Contract Overview [Closed Webinar due to specific audience]
Erica McCormick, TSLAC Grants Administrator, provides an overview of the grant contract for FY 2013 grantees.

Aug  28 2012

 

FY 2013 Competitive Grant Contract Overview [Closed Webinar due to specific audience]
Erica McCormick, TSLAC Grants Administrator, provides an overview of the grant contract for FY 2013 grantees.

Apr. 10 2012

Every Community Online Computer Training
Connected Texas offers a free computer and internet online training portal called Every Community Online (ECO), featuring Goodwill Community Foundation’s LearnFree.org learning modules and exciting incentives like a computer sweepstakes. Incentives can boost individual, self-paced participation and formal computer class attendance at your library. The Webinar offers an overview of the ECO training portal, as well as advice from an experienced technology trainer on how to integrate ECO into your library services.

Feb. 15 2012

 

Grant Funding Opportunities Available from TSLAC
Do you have a great idea for improving library access and literacy in your community? Are you looking for grant funding? Join Deborah Littrell (Director) and Stacey Malek (Program Coordinator) of the Library Development and Networking Division for a Webinar on the various competitive grant programs the Texas State Library and Archives Commission has available. They'll give a brief overview of our competitive grants, including the new Impact Grants, and respond to questions. If you’ve never applied for one of our grants, now is the time! This Webinar will get you started.

Feb. 14 2012

 

Demo of New Data Collection Website for Public Libraries
Public libraries complete the Public Libraries Annual Report each year, in order to be accredited by the State Library. Public libraries will be utilizing a new data collection website this year. It is called LibPas. This Webinar will introduce the audience to the new data collection website, go through the various report sections, and provide tips on edit checks and report submission.

Jan. 31 2012

 

 

Outcome-Based Evaluation: Show me the [grant] money
Presented by Nan Carmack, the Director of the Campbell County Public Library System in Virginia. This Webinar focused on enabling participants to articulate results (and predicted results) in a meaningful way to funders who want to know the difference their money makes in the lives of those served.

  • The January 31 Webinar Archive (and related material) is available only to original registrants of the Webinar. A repeat viewing of the archive was available for one calendar day on June 27, 2012. 

Jan. 26 2012

SBEC eligible

TSI: Realm of the Unknown – Introducing the 2012 Texas Teens Read!
Performer and presenter, Kim Lehman, introduces this year’s Texas Teens Read! on the realms of the unknown. Learn how to put on a Vampire Ball and a Scream In – and that’s just for starters. Kim will delve into the programming manual and share ideas on ways to get teens into the library.

Jan. 19 2012

SBEC eligible

Get a Clue – Introducing the 2012 Texas Reading Club (School Age Programs and Crafts)
Youth Specialist and Children’s entertainer Devo Carpenter, chosen as one of Library Journals Movers and Shakers will introduce this year’s Texas Reading Club Get a Clue theme as it relates to School Age children. She will share tips and ideas on how to make your summer a smashing success.

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  • View the Slides (PDF)

Jan. 12 2012

SBEC eligible

Get a Clue – Introducing the 2012 Texas Reading Club (Pre-K Programs and Crafts)
Youth Specialist and Children’s entertainer Devo Carpenter, chosen as one of Library Journals Movers and Shakers will introduce this year’s Texas Reading Club Get a Clue theme as it relates to Pre-K children. She will share tips and ideas on how to make your summer a smashing success.

  • View the Archived Webinar

    • For optimal viewing, right-click on the video while it is playing and choose Zoom / Full Screen to view a full screen version
    • Silverlight users: if video appears in a small size, begin playing the video and then click the “go fullscreen” button that will appear at the bottom right of the video
  • View the Slides (PDF)
  • Resource List (PDF)

Nov. 29 2011

 

 

Building Texas Latino Communities through Technology: Promoting your Computer Programs and Activities
The last in a series of 4, this Webinar explores a broad range of free and inexpensive promotional tactics for public libraries. Attendees will learn how to create affordable, effective messaging and also how to implement a no-nonsense media plan.

Nov. 15 2011

 

 

Building Texas Latino Communities through Technology: Planning and Implementing your Computer Programs and Activities
Part 3 in a series of 4, this Webinar reviews concrete examples of what has worked for other libraries and organizations in order to help you plan and implement activities to fulfill the needs of your new Latino customers.

Nov. 1 2011

 

 

Building Texas Latino Communities through Technology: Getting to Know your Latino Communities
Part 2 in a series of 4, this Webinar helps libraries identify their Latino market segments and gain a deeper knowledge of these audiences in order to understand how they might interact with library services. Attendees will also learn how to gauge levels of readiness and prioritize market segments according to needs and resources.

Oct. 21 2011

SBEC eligible

Mixing In Math
The October 21 offering of Mixing In Math was recorded, but is not available for viewing due to technical issues.

Oct. 18 2011

 

Building Texas Latino Communities through Technology: Marketing Technology to Latinos
Part 1 in a series of 4, this introductory webinar explores the rationale behind improving opportunities for Latinos through technology, focusing on the public library as an important agent of change in this process. Learn how and why libraries should market technology to Latinos, as well as how a Latino Advisory Board and strategic community partnerships can enhance library outreach to these populations.

 

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