Libraries as Content Collaborators & The Life of a Production Librarian
with Eli Neiburger

February 16, 2012 -- 10am to 11am Central Time

Join Library Journal Mover and Shaker Eli Neiburger, Associate Director of IT & Production at the Ann Arbor District Library, as he expands upon his compelling argument that one way for libraries to remain relevant in this current technological era is to become producers of and/or collaborators on their own content. Eli will talk about AADL's approach to digital projects, and how Production Librarians at AADL work with community partners to bring new content to the web. He'll also cover the infrastructure and skills necessary for libraries to move in this direction, and how to get started without a budget.

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What's a Webinar?

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CE Credit:

This Webinar qualifies for 1 hour of Texas State Library Continuing Education credit or 1 hour of SBEC Continuing Education credit for school librarians (SBEC provider number #500799). However, printed Certificates of Completion will not be issued. Instead, a follow-up email will be sent 2-3 business days after the event to individuals who logged in and attended the live Webinar. Attendees are advised to save and/or print the follow-up email as it will serve as proof of attendance for CE purposes. CE credit is now available for group viewings of live Webinar events -- please follow the Group Webinar Viewing procedure listed in our Frequently Asked Questions.

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Questions? Please contact:

Henry Stokes
Library Technology Consultant
Phone: 512-463-6624

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