Monthly Archive for January, 2013

Couldn’t do my homework; the dog ate my research!

Students will have no excuses when you show them great homework help resources like EBSCO’s Middle Search and MAS-Ultra databases.
The dog would be very full if he tried to eat those thousands of articles and pictures and maps and more! These databases offer easy-to-use interfaces, Lexile reading levels, ways to integrate with Core Curriculum and more.
Join us for this online webinar on February 6, 2013 at 11:00am.
Register today at www.librarylynx.org/training/!

Extended Opportunity to Apply for ILEAD USA

  • Were you interested in ILEAD USA, but did not get the application done in time?
  • Were you nervous about trying to put together a team of library staff outside your organization?
  • Have you not heard of ILEAD USA?

You still have an opportunity to apply for this immersive leadership and technology program! Continue reading ‘Extended Opportunity to Apply for ILEAD USA’

CLiC Spring Workshops – Registration Open!

It’s a new year, and you know what that means- it’s time to start making plans to attend a CLiC Spring Workshop!

We have three venues this year – Grand Junction, Fort Morgan and Pueblo. Each workshop will open with a keynote presentation. We are happy to announce that Carson Block will razzle and dazzle us this year with his keynote talk on the future of libraries… @ your library.

All locations feature concurrent workshop sessions on topics like statewide services, cataloging, reference, school librarian topics, technology, PR, ebooks, social media, and much more. Come learn from experts, catch up with old friends & meet new ones, and share your knowledge with others.

Continue reading ‘CLiC Spring Workshops – Registration Open!’

EBSCO training for wanna-be Search Ninjas

Want to impress your boss, your genius dog, or a patron? Maybe you just want to brush up on your ninja-like search skills? Consider attending the next Lynx-sponsored EBSCO webinar! Continue reading ‘EBSCO training for wanna-be Search Ninjas’