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NCompass Live debuted in January 2009. During the past year, we have covered a variety of library related topics with presentations, interviews, book reviews and web tours. Join the NLC's Christa ...

NCompass Live debuted in January 2009. During the past year, we have covered a variety of library related topics with presentations, interviews, book reviews and web tours. Join the NLC's Christa Burns as we look back on 2009's NCompass Live sessions and hear updates to some of the sessions.

NCompass Live - February 10, 2010

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NCompass Live:The Year In Review Presentation Transcript

  • 1. The Year in Review
    February 10, 2010
  • 2. Premiered on January 7, 2009
    This is the 48th NCompass Live
    678 live attendees
    Recordings watched over 1250 times
    Centra
    GoToWebinar
    • http://www.nlc.state.ne.us/ncompass/ ncompasslive.asp
  • Meet the NLC, Part 1 & 2
    January 7 & January 14
    Rod Wagner, Library Commission Director, Beth Goble, Government Information Services Director, Dave Oertli, Talking Book & Braille Service Director, and Lisa Kelly, Information Services Director
    Devra Dragos, Network Services Director, Mary Jo Ryan, Communications Coordinator, Richard Miller, Library Development Director, and Vern Buis, Lead Infrastructure Support Analyst
  • 3. TBBS – Talking Book & Braille Service
    Library of Congress Talking Books: Now Downloadable 24/7
    Assistive Technologies for the Blind and Visually Impaired
    Behind the Studio Glass: Meet the Volunteers and Staff Who Make Talking Books and Magazines
  • 4. Health Information
    Feel the Love - Free Health Resources from the National Library of Medicine
    Go Local Nebraska and CHIRS - Your Local Information Resources for Health-related Issues
  • 5. Boards, Trustees, Friends, etc.
    Nebraska Library Accreditation, Librarian Certification and Library Board Certification: The Whys & Hows
    Trustee Tips
    A Conversation with Sally Reed, ALTAFF/FOLUSA
  • 6. Computers & Technology
    Computers: What to Know Before You Buy
    Setting Up Your Public Access Computers
    Tech Talk with Michael Sauers
  • 7. One Book One Nebraska
    2009 ONE BOOK ONE NEBRASKA: Nebraska Reads A Lantern in Her Hand
    One Book For Nebraska Kids & One Book For Nebraska Teens
  • 8. On the Web
    Putting Facebook to Work for Your Library
    Libraries, They Are A-Changin'
    Google Maps
    All About Twitter and More About Twitter: Tips and Tricks
    WebJunction: Resource for Rural Libraries
    Google Secrets
  • 9. NebraskAccess
    Check out the New NebraskAccess!
    Touring the New eLibrary
    Wilson Databases Update
  • 10. Books & Reading
    Summer Reading Programs: Who Chooses the Theme?
    How to Lead a Book Group for Adults or Kids!
    What to Read?
    Teens @ the Library: Teen Read Week...and more!
    2009 Nebraska Book Festival
    Great Reads with Sally Snyder
  • 11. Grants & Funding
    Seeking Grant Funds and Writing Winning Proposals: An Introduction
    Continuing Education/Training and Library Improvement Grants Information Session
    E-rate 101: The Basics
    USDA Funding Opportunities for Rural Libraries
  • 12. Government Resources
    Government Information for You and Your Customers
    American Factfinder-Mining the U.S. Census for Information About Your Community
  • 13. On the Job
    The New and Improved Library and Information Services Program
    Cataloging on a Shoestring: Sources of Free MARC Records
  • 14. The NLC
    Bibliostat Collect: It's Got a New Look
    Nebraska Learns 2.0 Wrap-up
    Nebraska Memories
    Meet the Librarians Behind ready@nlc.state.ne.us
    Do You Moodle?
    Discount Shopping with the NLC
  • 15. Suggestions for NCompass Live sessions are welcome!
    Please contact Christa Burns
    if you would like to request a session on a topic,
    or if you would like to present on a topic. 
    christa.burns@nebraska.gov
    800-307-2665
    http://www.nlc.state.ne.us/ncompass/ncompasslive.asp