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New dates have been added to the State Library’s webinar: “Accessing North Carolina State Government Publications to Assist your Patrons”. This webinar is free and open to North Carolina Librarians and North Carolina Library staff. To see the new webinar dates click here: http://governmentandheritagelibrary.wordpress.com/training-for-librarians/
The Government & Heritage Library along with the State Library of North Carolina are offering a free webinar entitled Accessing North Carolina State Government Publications Collection to Assist your Patrons. This course is designed for library staff and will demonstrate how to use the North Carolina State Government Publications Collections to assist patrons. The webinar will last approximately an hour with several repeat sessions being taught. This session will cover how to search the collection, how to use the many different features of the interface, and will provide an over view of the different services the State Library of North Carolina offers.
To sign up for this course click here: http://governmentandheritagelibrary.wordpress.com/training-for-librarians/
Date: Thursday, May 13
Time: 1-2pm CDT
Presenter: Michele Brown, Book Conservator at Cornell University
This webinar will introduce participants to the basic types of mold, and describe the environmental conditions that promote mold growth in home and library collections. We will discuss prevention as well as remediation should mold growth occur.
This webinar is geared to participants with little experience, but with lots of questions and concerns.
Presented by Michele Brown the Book Conservator at Cornell University since 1995. She received a B.A. in English from Fordham University, and a Certificate in Hand Bookbinding and Restoration from the Camberwell School of Art and Crafts in 1977. She is enrolled in the distance learning MLIS program at the University of Alabama, and is scheduled to receive that degree in August 2010. She has conducted numerous workshops around New York State in disaster planning, care and handling, and mold prevention and remediation. In addition, she teaches bookbinding classes, conducts collection surveys, and maintains a small private practice.
This webinar is brought to you by the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (ALCTS), a division of the American Library Association (ALA).
To register for this webinar click here: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/731036672
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