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Helping Your Patrons with Identity Theft

  Do you have patrons that need help with identity theft? A recent report from Equifax stated that someone’s identity is now stolen every 2 seconds! In this informative program learn more about IdentityTheft.gov, the federal government’s free, one-stop resource...

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Geeky Programs at the Library

According to geekthelibrary.org.,“to geek” is: • To love, to enjoy, to celebrate, to have an intense passion for. • To express interest in. • To possess a large amount of knowledge in. Geek and fandom culture is a growing part of our media landscape—and an amazing...

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An Overview of Open Access Publishing

An open access publication is freely available to all potential readers online, rather than being restricted to individual subscribers or to affiliates of college or university libraries. This is made possible by the internet; open access is a web-age concept. But...

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Capture and Keep ‘em: Millennials

We load our children and parents up with storytimes, create wacky programs for teens and students, and provide an array of lifelong learning opportunities for seniors, but what happens when our patrons just reach adulthood? Often referred to as the “Lost Generation”,...

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Building Great Programs for Seniors

  By building programs that engage and attract active seniors to your library, you can help reinforce your library’s status as an important community center for residents of all ages. In this workshop, Amy Alessio will provide you with several programming ideas...

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Photography for Librarians

Click! Click! Click! Do you know what makes for a captivating photo? Do you wonder how some libraries have the best images in their social media posts? Don't you want your photo to be the #bestpicoftheday? In this one hour session:  We will cover basic photography...

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