Join us for today’s webinar on TechAtlas Inventory Tools. It’s the first of our March Madness series exploring WebJunction’s suite of tech planning resources available for free from TechAtlas.
Please join us for any or all of the sessions. All listed times are in Eastern, check out timezoneconverter.com to convert start time to your local time zone.
Here are the details and registration links:
I can’t say that I have ever fully committed to a New Year’s resolution. I like the idea, but something about it doesn’t click with me. However, I do think that as a year comes to an end, people inevitably find themselves reflecting back on how the year went and what exciting or challenging things are to come. (A trip to Alaska to see friends and bears in Katmai National Park is my biggest plan for 2009 so far!)
The project that I work on at WebJunction is called TechAtlas for Libraries. These free, online tools can help libraries with their technology planning and management needs. Which got me thinking that writing a technology plan is a bit like writing resolutions for the new year. Sure, the technology plan is on a larger scale and much more formal, but the intent is the same – to make things better. Technology plans are filled with objectives, goals, budgets that are written down and all designed to improve services to patrons and staff.
We’re offering a free webinar on January 29th to introduce you to the TechAtlas planning tools and how these simple resources can help make the planning process easier. The tools can be especially helpful for libraries that need to write a technology plan for the E-rate program or any library that sees how valuable a technology plan can be. For more information on the session and to register, please visit the TechAtlas Webinars page.
Good luck with those resolutions!