This section of the web site is devoted to technology topics. Documents on Technology topics not covered on the other sections can be attached to this section on the "Documents" tab. The additional Technology sections cover:
- Sharing tips with other libraries—the Technology Tips is the place to drop documents, enter comments to begin a discussion on a specific tip, or help finding a resource.
- Sharing or finding training material that is not copyrighted—Technology Training is the place to upload documents or leave discussion comments such as requests for material on specific training topics.
- Finding Technology Planning material—such as leaving a discussion comments or question on a particular technology planning topic.
- Sharing Videoconferencing sites with videoconferencing capability or a speaker who may be willing to present at a host site. You can leave a discussion item under the Videoconference section.
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Document / Last Modified: 15 May 2013
The attached Lib-BITS Webinar recordings and PowerPoint presentations were recorded on 3/19/2013 and 5/15/2013
Document / Last Modified: 10 April 2013
The documents on this page are intended to help libraries and new E-reader device owners by providing useful training materials that can be used to learn how a device functions, how to download books, and where to find free books.
Document / Last Modified: 26 March 2013
I attached some documents that are specific to our situation here at JCL. They may or may not be useful elsewhere. Feel free to borrow or disregard.
Document / Last Modified: 06 February 2013
A group of public libraries in southeastern Texas created an ebook support website. Their staff and patrons have been using it for the past few months. Feel free to link directly to it, use it as a model, or use bits and pieces as needed.
Document / Last Modified: 02 November 2012
Michael Washburn presented these brochures at the Connections 2011 Conference and was willing to offer them in Microsoft Publisher format for customization. A second format (PDF) is also attached that can be used as a pattern.
Technology and Electronic Resources Consultant
If your library is a REAL Program member, receive your Internet connection through MOREnet, you are eligible to take MOREnet training on-site or through webinars. Check out the MOREnet Training calendar at: http://www.more.net/content/apps/trainingschedule
LIBRARY SOFTWARE PURCHASES
Public Libraries often qualify for TechSoup purchasing of a variety of computer software at deep discounts. You can find out more at TechSoup!
Computers configured for children are available from these vendors:
Advanced Workstations in Education, Inc. (AWE) at http://www.awelearning.com/en/markets/libraries/in-the-library
Kid Computers at http://kidcomputers.com/
PeeWeePC.com at http://www.peeweepc.com/