Join your colleagues for an online presentation and conversation in one of these upcoming live online events. All you need to participate is a computer, an internet connection and either the ability to hear sound through your computer or a telephone. Unless otherwise noted, these Webinars are free of charge and open to anyone in the library field, however some Webinars may be specific to Texas. See our FAQ for more general information about our Webinars or click the Webinar title (below) for specific information related to that Webinar. A quick registration button is provided for each Webinar for your convenience. Don't miss our archive of previously recorded events and please email us with any questions.
= These Webinars qualify for CPE credit for Texas educators.
Learning Management Systems (LMS) can play a big role in remote learning during this difficult time. In August the Texas Education Agency announced that they would provide the Schoology LMS free of charge for 2 years for any public school district and/or open enrollment charter school in the state of Texas. Since this announcement TSLAC has been working with TEA, Schoology, and our TexQuest vendors to make the inclusion of the TexQuest K-12 resources into the Schoology LMS easy and painless. We will explore how to integrate the various TexQuest resources into Schoology and how to use those resources to help teachers and other educators seamlessly link and embed TexQuest for easier access to information to support the curriculum.
1 TSLAC CE hour (CPE eligible)
Technical Requirements and other FAQs
We (TSLAC) use the GoToWebinar web conferencing software for our Webinars. For more information on technical requirements and answers to other frequently asked questions, please visit our Webinar FAQs Page. Please note that some Webinars listed here may be offered by other providers (ALA TechSource, for example) and thus may require alternate technical specifications for access.For PDF documents - obtain free Adobe PDF reader here.
Many of our workshops are made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to the Texas State Library and Archives Commission under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act. (2015)