Tech Talks are intended to share technology related information of use to libraries of all types and their patrons. Tech Talks normally take place on the third Friday of each month and all are welcome, including staff from museums and archives.
Web chats are presented using WebEx. If you haven't joined us for a chat before, please join a WebEx Test meeting to make sure your computer can handle WebEx. Programs with audio will require headphones or speakers connected to your computer.
March 25, 2016, 9 a.m.
If your library doesn't have a web page, but your patrons wish you had one, this session will provide an overview of cheap and easy options to create a library web page. We will also cover best practices in website content so your patrons can easily do what they came to your website for.
In April 2016, Tech Talks goes on hiatus so we can move into our brand new offices in the Fr. Andrew P. Kashaveroff building for the State Library, Archives and Museum. We will resume Tech Talks in September 2016. Have a topic you'd like us to cover when we come back? E-mail Daniel Cornwall.
Did you miss our last tech talk? No worries! We've saved them for you on our Archived Webinars for Librarians page.
Source: Alaska State Library — http://library.alaska.gov