Cataloging Sound Recordings
In this 2 hour session, we’ll cover the basics of cataloging sound recordings with a focus on music resources (CDs, LPs, streaming MP3s) and audio books (podcasts, oral histories, audio books) including how to identify these resources and what information to record for these types of resources
Presenter: Robin Fay
Copyright for Digitization
Copyright in libraries can be confusing, especially when it comes to knowing your rights concerning the digitization of archival and special collections. This one-hour webinar will address basic copyright considerations and fair use cases that can be made when assessing the copyright status and access of digitized collections online.
Presenter: Keila Zayas Ruiz
9 Ways to Stay Cool, Calm, and Collected
Have you ever found yourself getting frustrated – maybe even a bit angry – with no effective way to get your emotions back on an even keel? Whether you are a staff member dealing with patrons and volunteers or a volunteer dealing with staff members and patrons, the people we interact within our library environments can sometimes trigger emotions that don’t always serve us well.
Give your self-confidence – and self-awareness – a boost by attending this webinar!
Presenter: Linda Bruno