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  1. Crowdfunding for Libraries: Technology Tips for Futuristic Fundraising

    July 29, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    Sponsored by- TechSoup Could you use more funding for your library projects? Are you looking for money to launch a new program? Turn community-driven support into dollars with crowdfunding! A well-run crowdfunding campaign can yield big results, even for small libraries. Join us for this free webinar to learn technology tools, tips, and tried-and-true practices for running a successful crowdfunding campaign for your library. Learn the basics, and hear from libraries with experience in this type of fundraising.

  2. Open Educational Resources: Librarians as Advocates, Advisors, and Creators

    July 29, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    Sponsored by- Georgia Library Association College textbooks have gotten so expensive that many students are opting not to buy the textbook at all, but are taking their chances at lower grades or resorting to work-arounds like sharing textbooks, photocopying from classmates, or finding illegal copies. An increasing number of educators are seeking alternatives to traditional texts, including open educational resources (OERs) and library resources. This webinar will introduce you to what OERs are (and aren’t) and how librarians can support this movement as advocates, advisors, and participants in creating OERs. While primarily directed at academic librarians and administrators, the information provided also applies to media specialists and public librarians who work with home schoolers interested in free and low-cost educational resources.

  3. Gold Rush Overview-ERMS and Library Collection Analysis

    July 30, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    Gold Rush® is a cost effective stand-alone electronic resource management system developed by The Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries to help libraries or consortia manage subscriptions to electronic resources and provide improved access to these resources for their patrons. Libraries may license Gold Rush as a complete system or license an individual module depending on local needs. In this webinar, Alliance staff will provide an overview of the Gold Rush module and unveil the latest development, a library collection analysis tool to help you make decisions about weeding, storage, collection development and more. More about Gold Rush including short demos: 1. Join the conference call: 1-866-866-2244 participant code 4847869 2. Webinar URL