CyberTools Q&A Workshop

MLA Course
Listing Archived: Saturday, December 5, 2015

Primary contact information...
CyberTools for Libraries
75 Arlington Street, Suite 500
Boston MA , 02116
United States
Kristin M. Sen, MLS is the primary contact.
Phone: 800-894-9206
Fax: 888-899-0346
Resource URL: http://www.CyberToolsForLibraries.com/
Region: All

Description: This class provides an opportunity for CyberTools clients to engage with features and methodologies beyond a basic level. Class is offered at least once per month. Monthly offerings change and may cover participant-driven topics such as: how to add various online subscriptions, databases, links, and resources to your CyberTools online portal; how to create easy-build A-Z lists on various topics, by resource type and client profile; how to enhance your online catalog design to promote your marketing objectives, etc. Hands-on examples using live client catalogs that have been previously arranged with the library staff are included in each session. Questions and discussion are encouraged. Objective is to keep product skills fresh to better enhance organization and marketing of collection resources. Average session length is one hour. Since topics change each month, CE awards will be applicable for each session attended.

Experience Level: Intermediate
Continuing Education Experience: None
CE Contact Hours: 1
Professional Competencies: Health Sciences Environment and Information Policies, Health Sciences Information Services, Health Sciences Resource Management, Information Systems and Technology
Subject: Assessment/Evaluation, Collection Development, Consumer Health, Disaster Preparedness, Electronic Resources, Evidence Based Health Care, Expert Searching, Health Care Informatics, NLM Databases, Outreach/Advocacy, Reference Resources & Services, Research, Subject Specific Resources, Technical Services, Technology/Systems, Web Design
Course Type: e-Learning, Handout**, Hands-on

Educational Objective: Participants will use advanced techniques to enhance opportunities for integration, management, and creative promotion of their collections.

Agenda:

Agenda may vary, but typical session begins with lecture and demonstration; static examples; followed by hands-on interactive examples coupled with discussion and questions from participants.

Need for This Course: Client requests for ongoing training opportunities to reflect ongoing enhancements to CyberTools for Libraries product.

The instructional methods used include Lecture, Demonstration, Slides, Discussion, Dialog, Hands-on Exercises, and Problem-based.

Participant Materials: Links to relevant client quick-tours, slideshows, related webinar recordings, new product summaries and help, sample catalogs. CE credit is awarded for live webinar participation only.

Facility Requirements: Internet access.