Learn how to create inclusive library instruction in an online environment.
This session covers the basics of finding and evaluating health information online, including government and NGO websites intended for use by patients and families.
In this session, attendees review the fundamentals of copyright and explore questions about how the law supports your instruction.
This session provides a comprehensive overview of current accessibility standards and introduces attendees to strategies and tools they can use to enhance the accessibility of their library’s web presence.
This one-hour, interactive webinar serves as a follow up to the December 2020 webinar “Decolonizing Subject Headings and Collections.”
Learn about the Black Lives Matter public programming initiative launched by Charlotte Mecklenburg Library in September 2020.
In this workshop, David Gwynn and Stacey Krim discuss how to quickly implement a digital collection to capture history as it unfolds.
Two staff members from the North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped will discuss how to ensure that library services, collections, technology, outreach and programming meet and exceed current accessibility standards.