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Upcoming Free Library Marketing Webinars for May 2016 from TechSoup for Libraries

4 May 2016 – 11:00am

Duration: One Hour

This free webinar will provide an overview of outcome measurement from Project Outcome, a new program from the Public Library Association, that provides simple tools so libraries can measure programs across seven common service areas.

Digital Skills for Older Adults: Teaching Technology in Public Libraries

18 May 2016 – 11:00am

Duration: One Hour

Join us for this free webinar to learn how your library can help older adults learn to use new technologies. You will hear from the St. Mary’s County Library (Maryland), which is providing older adults with effective training and technology assistance. This library will share examples of successful programming, as well as tips for working with older adults. You will also learn about TechBoomers, a free website that offers technology training tutorials developed specifically for older adults.

These webinars are being offered by TechSoup for Libraries.

TechSoup for Libraries is a project of TechSoup, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit devoted to making technology and technology education available and affordable to nonprofits and libraries all over the world.

TechSoup for Libraries grew out of a desire to specifically address the technology needs of public libraries. An important part of the program is the information developed as part of the MaintainIT Project, which was funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and managed by TechSoup. The Project gathered stories from public libraries about how they support their public computers. These tips and techniques are published in “Cookbooks” and articles, available for free on our website.

TechSoup for Libraries continues to gather and share stories from the field so libraries can keep learning from each other.


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