Adegoke Kudirat Abiola (mrs) commented on Steve Hargadon's article Library 2.0 Mini-Conference FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
"Thanks for this opportunity. I and my senior colleague will like to submit a proposal but will you issue us a certificate of presentation to serve as evidence of presentation to our institution?"
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Cassandra Smith replied to Hannah Buckland's discussion Changing the Narrative: Reconciliation Work in Libraries
"I'm really looking forward to this session. As an Australian library technocian currently studying a Master's if LIM, I recognise an urgent need to engage in these practices of reconciliation and acknowledgement the role settler colonialism…"
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Your Name and Title: Valerie Lewis Administrator of Outreach Services
Library, School, or Organization Name: Suffolk Cooperative Library System
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Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Suffolk County New York
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1. ZOOM PLATFORM: All conference sessions will be held in the Zoom.us "Meeting" platform. Please sign up for a free account at Zoom.us to test that the program works on your computer or device…
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The mini-conference platform is Zoom. To make sure your computer or mobile is configured for Zoom, please visit zoom.us/test. Session rooms accommodate 1000 people; each session has a specified overflow simulcast via YouTube of unlimited capacity.…
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Steve Hargadon posted a discussion in WEBINAR: Library Safety & Security 2020 (Expanded)
Dr. Albrecht's Answer: "My answer: I agree that staff can get spun up on incidents or events that weren't very serious. I think the key is to tell them about things they need to pay attention to (same people causing the same problems, over and over)…
Feb 20, 2020
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