Fall 2007 Continuing Education Workshops at Simmons College

Fall/Winter 2007
*Continuing Education* *Workshops* from Simmons College GSLISCE
http://www.simmons.edu/gslis/continuinged/workshops/

*ONLINE WORKSHOPS*

* Beyond Booklists & Book Discussions for Youth: Shifting Formats and Multiple Venues
* Creating Online Tutorials: A Designer’s Challenge
* Creating Website Indexes
* Feed Your Site: Building a Dynamic Web Presence for Your Library
* Fundamentals of Database Design
* Instructional Design: Creating Materials for an Online Course
* Introduction to Standards Compliant Web Design with (X)HTML + CSS
* Introduction to Virtualization and Linux Administration
* JavaScript: A Gentle Introduction to Web Programming
* Lone Arranger: How Do You Survive?
* Programming for Babies and Little Ones: From Research into Action
* Reference Collection Development on the Web
* The Read/Write Web: Social Software and Libraries
* We Live Online: Exploring Virtual Communities
* Where in the World is…? Web Resources and Tools for Kids
* Where the Teens Are: Using Technology to Get Your Message Out to Adolescents

*PREFER FACE-TO-FACE WORKSHOPS? *
Check out our ONSITE WORKSHOPS in Boston, Millis, Needham, Providence, and South Hadley.

*ONSITE WORKSHOPS*

* Advanced Web Searching
* Basic Web Searching
* Challenges in the Digital World: Electronic Records and ESI
* Creative Writing Programs for Youth
* Dreamweaver 1 for Information Professionals
* Dreamweaver 2 for Information Professionals
* Is It Ours? Museum Archives as Records of Ownership and Authenticity
* Joining the 21st Century: Integrating Current Technology into Antiquated Institutions
* Library Service to Patrons with Disabilities: Disability Awareness & Etiquette
* Open Access and Free Scholarly Resources: What Are They and How Can You Find Them?
* Practical Approaches to Controlling Your Institutional Archives
* RSS Feeds and Podcasts for Library Services
* Technology and the Non-Omnivore’s Dilemma: Essential Tech Skills and Tools in a 2.0 World
* The Care and Feeding of Architects: How to Achieve Your Dream Library
* Using Comics and Graphic Novels in Libraries and Classrooms
* Using Primary Sources, a Tutorial for Educators
* Using the Archivists’ ToolkitTM to Implement DACS Compliant Descriptions
* World Beat Bookmaking for Children

For more information, go to:
http://www.simmons.edu/gslis/continuinged/workshops/

or contact:
Jody Walker, GSLISCE Program Manager
Simmons College
Graduate School of Library and Information Science
300 The Fenway
Boston, MA 02115
Tel: 617 521 2803 Fax: 617 521 3192 gslisce@simmons.edu

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