Internet-delivered LIS Continuing Education workshops Michele Manley 14 May 2004 18:40 UTC

Multiple postings - please excuse any duplication!

Summer�s here and it�s a great time to augment your resume without the
pressure of travel or schedules. How? Enroll in an LIS continuing
education workshop delivered via the Internet. Learn at work, at home,
or in your back yard � a computer with Internet access is all that�s
needed to access these workshops, accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a
week during the posting period. New workshops have been added covering
service to teens and decoding citations as a documents survival kit.

Full descriptions of each workshop, prices, and dates can be accessed

Workshop topics:
Computers - Networking:
� Basic Networking for Librarians
� Implementing New Library Technologies

Government Information/Documents:
� Documents Jump Start
� Documents Survival Kit: The Citation Method
� Legislative Research
� Regulations

Youth and Readers' Services:
� Genre Fiction in Public Libraries
� Readers� Advisory Services
� Top 5 Steps to Better Serve Teen Patrons

Web Design - Internet Technologies:
� Constructing Usable, Accessible Web sites from Scratch
� Introduction to XML
� Designing and Constructing Database Driven Web Sites

Course modules are posted on UBlearns or on the Web and accessed via a
password sent by E-mail to registrants. Participants proceed at their
own pace through course content, with questions and assignments fielded
by the instructor via a Web Bulletin Board or by E-mail.
These non-credit courses do not require enrollment at the University at
Buffalo and will not appear on university transcripts. They accrue
Continuing Education credits �� CEUs.

For more information, review the course descriptions
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contact Judith Robinson, Department of Library and Information Studies,
School of Informatics, 534 Baldy Hall, Buffalo, NY 14260-1020; (716)
645-2412 ext. 1166; FAX (716) 645-3775; E-mail:;

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