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    • January 28, 2020
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Nassau Library System
    • 17
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    Long gone are the days when every donation was accepted into the archives.  Financial and personnel constraints have required archives to become more discerning.  Having policies in place allow archives professionals guidelines for collections management, future acquisitions, lending archives to other organizations for exhibition, assessing preservation needs and planning for emergencies.

    Six documents that should be in every archive arsenal are:
    • Collections Management Policy

    • Temporary Custody Receipt

    • Deed of Gift

    • Preservation Policy

    • Incoming/Outgoing Loan Paperwork

    • Emergency/Disaster Plan

    Nicole Menchise, LILRC Regional Archivist, will explain why these documents are key to a successfully operating archival repository.

    Who should attend: Librarians serving local history rooms, Directors and employees/volunteers of historical societies, house museums or other cultural institutions.

    Tuesday, January 28
    Registration/networking at 9:30 AM
    Workshop: 10:00AM - 12:30 PM
    Nassau Library System
    900 Jerusalem Ave, Uniondale, NY 11553

    OR

    Wednesday, January 29
    Registration/networking at 1:00 PM
    Workshop: 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
    Suffolk Cooperative Library System (Training Room)
    627 Sunrise Hwy, Bellport, NY 11713

    A certificate for 2.5 Professional Development Hours (.25 CEU's) will be emailed after the workshop.

    Parking is ample at both locations and is ADA compliant.

    • January 29, 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Suffolk Cooperative Library System (Training Room)
    • 23
    Register

    Long gone are the days when every donation was accepted into the archives.  Financial and personnel constraints have required archives to become more discerning.  Having policies in place allow archives professionals guidelines for collections management, future acquisitions, lending archives to other organizations for exhibition, assessing preservation needs and planning for emergencies.

    Six documents that should be in every archive arsenal are:
    • Collections Management Policy

    • Temporary Custody Receipt

    • Deed of Gift

    • Preservation Policy

    • Incoming/Outgoing Loan Paperwork

    • Emergency/Disaster Plan

    Nicole Menchise, LILRC Regional Archivist, will explain why these documents are key to a successfully operating archival repository.

    Who should attend: Librarians serving local history rooms, Directors and employees/volunteers of historical societies, house museums or other cultural institutions.

    Tuesday, January 28
    Registration/networking at 9:30 AM
    Workshop: 10:00AM - 12:30 PM
    Nassau Library System
    900 Jerusalem Ave, Uniondale, NY 11553

    OR

    Wednesday, January 29
    Registration/networking at 1:00 PM
    Workshop: 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
    Suffolk Cooperative Library System (Training Room)
    627 Sunrise Hwy, Bellport, NY 11713

    A certificate for 2.5 Professional Development Hours (.25 CEU's) will be emailed after the workshop.

    Parking is ample at both locations and is ADA compliant.

    • January 31, 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Suffolk Cooperative Library System, Auditorium
    Register


    To be a successful leader, we need to have a long-term vision even when we have conflicting or unclear information. Through case studies and interactive discussion, we will develop your strategic thinking skills so that you can better understand your team’s challenges and identify opportunities. Learn about the biases we often make during the decision making process, and how you can maximize your planning process.

    Workshop highlights:
    • enhancing your strategic thinking
    • identifying opportunities
    • communicating your vision to others

    Who should attend?
    Library directors, managers, board members, etc.

    Presenter: Lily Cushenbery, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Management, College of Business, Stony Brook University

    A certificate for 2 Professional Development Hours (.2 CEU's) will be emailed after the workshop.

    • February 05, 2020
    • 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Suffolk Cooperative Library System, Blue Room
    Register


    Presenting at a conference can be both a major professional opportunity and a major personal challenge.  Whether you are sharing a successful project, exciting research, or you’ve been tasked with teaching your peers about a new aspect of library work, there’s a lot of preparation that goes into a successful presentation.

    In this workshop, Marci Cohen, a public services librarian and experienced presenter, shows how to engage and inform your audience while avoiding common pitfalls.  Cohen teaches how to tailor the content to the audience and the setting, eliminate distractions, and how to effectively use—but not over-use—technology.  You’ll learn about time management and simple steps you can take to help things go smoothly, whether you are presenting on your own or as part of a larger panel.

    This workshop is appropriate for anyone who has yet to give their first conference presentation or who wants to improve their skills at this.

    After attending this workshop, attendees will be able to:

    •  Tailor their conference presentation content to the specific audience and setting
    •  Effectively use technology to enhance rather than distract from their presentation
    •  Make small changes to their preparation and presentation techniques that add up to big improvements in impact

    This webinar is purchased through ALA and hosted by LILRC for a group viewing. 

    A certificate for 1.5 Professional Development Hours (.15 CEU's) will be emailed after the workshop. 

    • February 06, 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Suffolk Cooperative Library System, Blue Room
    • 16
    Register


    Calling all social media coordinators! Join LILRC for a February themed Coffee and Conversation meet up. We will network and share challenges and successes. Due to popular request, our meet up has been expanded to 2 hours. Please feel free to attend all or some of the event, as your schedule allows. 

    • February 13, 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Suffolk Cooperative Library System, Training Room
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    In this class students will learn how to design and create 3D models using the online application called TinkerCAD.  Students will initially work from scratch and work with the axial workplane to develop their own design and learn to craft and model from select objects within the system.  Students will learn how to navigate a 3D workplane and how to get more precise measurements to render better models.

    Presenter: Roberto Peraza, Sharper Training Solutions, Inc.

    A certificate for 2.5 Professional Development Hours (.25 CEU's) will be emailed after the workshop.

    • February 13, 2020
    • 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Suffolk Cooperative Library System, Conference Room
    Register


    Are you a "jack-of-all-trades" librarian who wants to spend less time ordering books and more time on the reference desk? Is your busy technical services department looking for ways to automate everyday processes such as editing batches of MARC records from vendors? Do you want to process new items faster to get them into your patrons' hands sooner? Do you simply find yourself wondering, "Is there an easier way to do this?" about any of your library’s technical services work? Library staff members spend a lot of time making sure patrons can access their resources, both physical and electronic, and finding ways to improve these workflows is important.

    This Amigos Library Services online conference will explore ways to make everyone's life easier when it comes to ordering, processing, cataloging, and weeding our libraries' resources. Visit conference page for more information.

    A certificate for 5 Professional Development Hours (.5 CEU's) will be emailed after the workshop.

    Coffee and light refreshments will be provided.  Please feel free to bring your own lunch.  The lunch break is from 2:00pm to 3:00pm. 

    • February 13, 2020
    • 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Suffolk Cooperative Library System, Training Room
    • 0
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    In this class students will learn how to use TinkerCAD to design and develop 3D objects.  Students will focus on various 3D printing choices.  Students will learn proper design techniques to prepare their model for 3D printing.  Students will discuss options for exporting to a printer from local file exports to allowing a 3rd party company to print your designs for production.

    Presenter: Roberto Peraza, Sharper Training Solutions, Inc.

    A certificate for 2.5 Professional Development Hours (.25 CEU's) will be emailed after the workshop.

    • February 14, 2020
    • 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Sachem Public Library
    • 10
    Register


    This workshop offers the attendees the resources to begin a digital project and learn about commonly used metadata fields. This class will be for anyone wishing to learn more about these topics and is required for joining the New York Heritage digital collections website. 

    Here's what you'll learn: 
    • Deciding on a digital project 

    • Hands-on digitization techniques - scanning guide 

    • Metadata - what is 'data about data' 

    • Understanding common metadata fields 

    • Setting up a spreadsheet for your items 


    The following dates are set for Spring 2020. More classes will be offered throughout the year:
    Sachem Public Library - Friday, February 14th, (9:30 registration/networking) 10:00AM-1:00PM
    South Huntington Public Library - Tuesday, March 24th, (9:00 registration/networking) 9:30AM-12:30PM
    Farmingdale Public Library - Thursday, May 7th, (1:00 registration/networking)1:30PM-4:30PM 

    A certificate for 3 Professional Development Hours (.3 CEU's) will be emailed after the workshop.

    • February 27, 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Suffolk Cooperative Library System, Training Room
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    Microsoft Excel is a popular and powerful software widely used in any professions including public libraries. In this hands-on class, you will learn the basics of creating, formatting, editing, sorting worksheets, how to use simple formulas and functions, prepare to print and share with colleagues.

    Presenter: Shuqian Zhang, Technology Librarian, The Bryant Library

    A certificate for 2 Professional Development Hours (.2 CEU's) will be emailed after the workshop.

    • February 27, 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Suffolk Cooperative Library System, Training Room
    • 2
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    Microsoft Publisher is a desktop publishing software capable of creating professional documents such as newsletters, brochures, bookmarks, flyers, certificates, and more.  In this hands-on class, you will learn how to create, format, edit, design, and share your publications.

    Presenter: Shuqian Zhang, Technology Librarian, The Bryant Library

    A certificate for 2 Professional Development Hours (.2 CEU's) will be emailed after the workshop.

    • March 05, 2020
    • 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Suffolk Cooperative Library System, Training Room
    • 8
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    In this three-session hands-on class, students will learn how to code using Python, a high-level, general-purpose language that can be used for desktop GUI applications as well as website applications.  Python is developed under an OSI-approved open source license and can be easy to pick up whether you're a first time programmer or you're experienced with other languages.  This all day hands-on class consists of three 2-hour sessions and students are required to attend all three sessions.

    Session 1 (9:30AM - 11:30AM) - Students will learn basic Python variables and functions.
    Session 2 (12:30PM - 2:30PM) - Students will learn all about using loops and logic to being coding.
    Session 3 (3:00PM - 5:00PM) - Students will take their Python knowledge and learn to build a mini-program.

    Coffee and light refreshments will be provided.  Please feel free to bring your own lunch. There will be a one-hour lunch break from 11:30am to 12:30pm.

    A certificate for 6 Professional Development Hours (.6 CEU's) will be emailed after the workshop.

    • March 06, 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Suffolk Cooperative Library System, Auditorium
    Register


    A panel of five librarians from academic and public librarianship will share advice and best practices for publishing articles and books in the field of library science. 

    A Path to Getting Published
    Jennifer A. DeVito, Director of Access & User Services, Stony Brook University Libraries

    The prospect of researching and writing for publication can be intimidating. For many of us, it’s a requirement to further our career and for some it’s a way to share knowledge and give back to the profession. While there isn’t one “right way” to getting academic work published, there are some ways that writers can identify topics on which to write, organize projects, locate sources for publication, and, importantly, finish and submit articles for publication.

    Making Your Writing Discoverable
    Clara Y. Tran, Head, Science and Engineering, Stony Brook University Libraries

    The advance of technology makes it much easier to promote and organize your newly-published articles online. Sharing your new publication link on social media is one great way to improve the visibility of your work. Evidently, the rapid growth and development of researcher networking systems and social networking platforms plays an important role in improving the connection of researchers academically and socially. This presentation will discuss some useful tools used in researcher networking systems such as ORCID and Google Scholar profiles, and social networking platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, that can maximize your article’s visibility.  

    Flipping the Book: How Public Librarians get Published
    Chris DeCristafaro, Technology Librarian and Coordinator, Sachem Public Library
    James Hutter, Head of Computer Services, Port Washington Public Library
    Nick Tanzi,  Assistant Director, South Huntington Public Library

    Discover the how and the why of publishing as a public librarian. Learn why public librarians should work towards publishing materials for professional development.

    About the Panel:
    Chris DeCristofaro is the Technology Librarian and Coordinator of Sachem Public Library's Studio makerspaces.  Previous to Chris' work at Sachem, he was a part time librarian at the Longwood Public Library.  Chris has been a speaker at various conferences discussing podcasting and various library technology.  Chris is also co-host of the podcast "The Library Pros" interviewing library professionals from across the globe about libraries and their tech.

    Jennifer A. DeVito is the Director of Access & User Services, which includes circulation, reserves and interlibrary loan, at the Stony Brook University Libraries. Her professional and research interests include library leadership and management, resource sharing and access to information, instructional design, academic integrity and information literacy.

    James Hutter is a Technology Librarian, currently serving as Head of Computer Services at the Port Washington Public Library and as Vice President / President-Elect of the Nassau County Library Association. Throughout the years, James has presented seminars, workshops, and webinars covering topics such digital privacy, video gaming in libraries, 3D printing design, and general technology trends.

    Nick Tanzi is the Assistant Director of the South Huntington Public Library. He is the author of the books Making the Most of Digital Collections Through Training and Outreach (2016) and Best Technologies for Public Libraries (2020), and writes “The Wired Library” column for Public Libraries Magazine. 

    Clara Y. Tran is the Head of Science and Engineering at Stony Brook University Libraries.  She is the liaison to the Departments of Chemistry, Engineering, Geosciences, and the Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Honors Program.  Her research interests include bibilometrics, information literacy, data management, and open access.

    A certificate for 1.5 Professional Development Hours (.15 CEUs) will be emailed after the workshop

    • March 20, 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Adelphi University, Swirbul Library
    • 32
    Register

     

    This two hour workshop will begin with a presentation of Ithaka S+R's latest research on data sharing in the health sciences. Following the presentation, attendees will participate in a guided discussion to consider how this evidence can inform their practices alongside the work of their institutions and profession more widely. Attendees will also develop a greater awareness of how researcher practices, funder policies, technological affordances, and how other factors mediate opportunities to foster meaningful data sharing practices among health science researchers and practitioners. 

    Presenter: 

    Rebecca Springer is a qualitative analyst with Ithaka S+R’s Libraries, Scholarly Communication, and Museums program, where she draws on her research and teaching experience to develop and communicate scholar-centric insights into information technologies. She is particularly focused on analyzing findings from Ithaka S+R’s Research Support Services and Teaching Support Services programs. Prior to joining Ithaka S+R, Rebecca was an adjunct lecturer at Oriel College, Oxford, where she taught medieval history and historical methods. She has also worked at Yale’s Beinecke Library and the National Archives in Seattle.

    A certificate for 2 Professional Development Hours (.2 CEU's) will be emailed after the workshop.


    • March 24, 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    • South Huntington Public Library (Tech Center)
    • 7
    Register


    This workshop offers the attendees the resources to begin a digital project and learn about commonly used metadata fields. This class will be for anyone wishing to learn more about these topics and is required for joining the New York Heritage digital collections website. 

    Here's what you'll learn: 
    • Deciding on a digital project 

    • Hands-on digitization techniques - scanning guide 

    • Metadata - what is 'data about data' 

    • Understanding common metadata fields 

    • Setting up a spreadsheet for your items

    The following dates are set for Spring 2020. More classes will be offered throughout the year:
    Sachem Public Library - Friday, February 14th, (9:30 registration/networking) 10:00AM-1:00PM
    South Huntington Public Library - Tuesday, March 24th, (9:00 registration/networking) 9:30AM-12:30PM
    Farmingdale Public Library - Thursday, May 7th, (1:00 registration/networking)1:30PM-4:30PM 

    A certificate for 3 Professional Development Hours (.3 CEU's) will be emailed after the workshop.
    • March 24, 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Sachem Public Library
    • 14
    Register


    Please Join Long Island Coalition for the Homeless (LICH) on an informative workshop!

    Learn more about the scope of homelessness on Long Island, the work we’ve done as an agency, and how we address the challenges of homelessness in Nassau and Suffolk Counties.

    Come learn how we incorporate our Coordinated Entry System to engage individuals who have been experiencing homelessness for the longest lengths of time. We will also discuss the strategies and resources that our street outreach team uses to engage with clients who are considered “street homeless.”

    A certificate for 2 Professional Development Hours (.2 CEU's) will be emailed after the workshop. 

    • April 07, 2020
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • North Merrick Public Library
    • 23
    Register


    Please Join Long Island Coalition for the Homeless (LICH) on an informative workshop!

    Learn more about the scope of homelessness on Long Island, the work we’ve done as an agency, and how we address the challenges of homelessness in Nassau and Suffolk Counties.

    Come learn how we incorporate our Coordinated Entry System to engage individuals who have been experiencing homelessness for the longest lengths of time. We will also discuss the strategies and resources that our street outreach team uses to engage with clients who are considered “street homeless.”

    A certificate for 2 Professional Development Hours (.2 CEU's) will be emailed after the workshop. 

    • May 07, 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM
    • Farmingdale Public Library
    • 6
    Register


    This workshop offers the attendees the resources to begin a digital project and learn about commonly used metadata fields. This class will be for anyone wishing to learn more about these topics and is required for joining the New York Heritage digital collections website. 

    Here's what you'll learn: 
    • Deciding on a digital project 

    • Hands-on digitization techniques - scanning guide 

    • Metadata - what is 'data about data' 

    • Understanding common metadata fields 

    • Setting up a spreadsheet for your items 


    The following dates are set for Spring 2020. More classes will be offered throughout the year:

    Sachem Public Library - Friday, February 14th, (9:30 registration/networking) 10:00AM-1:00PM
    South Huntington Public Library - Tuesday, March 24th, (9:00 registration/networking) 9:30AM-12:30PM
    Farmingdale Public Library - Thursday, May 7th, (1:00 registration/networking)1:30PM-4:30PM

    A certificate for 3 Professional Development Hours (.3 CEU's) will be emailed after the workshop.

    • May 20, 2020
    • 10:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Farmingdale Public Library
    • 25
    Register


    We will focus on the characteristics of individuals with autism spectrum disorder and proactive intervention approaches designed to meet the special needs of this population.

    You will learn to identify early signs of autism spectrum disorder, understand the characteristics of this disorder, associated features, its history, current statistics and known risk factors.

    Next we will discuss common features of ASD that can impact functioning and common best practices to reduce behavior problems.

    Finally, we will review specific techniques to offer more inclusive services and heighten library staff awareness of issues related to the autism community and to empower them to provide better service to this growing population

    Presented by: Dr. Kristen DuMoulin; Quality Services for the Autism Community (QSAC), Inc.

    Lunch will be provided, or you may bring your own.
    Lunch will included assorted sandwiches, salads, and water. Please email Eliscia, ecirrone@lilrc.org with any food allergies or dietary restrictions no later than May 11, 2020.

    A certificate for 4 Professional Development Hours (.4 CEU's) will be emailed after the workshop.

    • June 16, 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Brentwood Public Library
    Register


    Please join us for the LILRC Annual Membership Meeting


    Tentative Schedule
    10:00am - Registration and Breakfast
    10:45am - Business Meeting
    11:15am - Break
    11:20am - Keynote Address: Lauren Moore, NYS Librarian
    12:15pm - Technology and Innovation Grant Award Recipient Presentations

    Keynote Speaker
    Lauren Moore has served in various leadership positions at public libraries and library systems throughout her career. Most recently, she has served as the Executive Director of the Pioneer Library System where she leads the development of 42 small and rural libraries in Ontario, Wayne, Wyoming and Livingston Counties by coordinating shared services. She previously served as the Assistant Director of the Pioneer Library System and the Deputy Director of the Southern Tier Library System. Ms. Moore has also served in leadership positions for various library professional organizations as well as for local, regional and statewide community service groups, including most recently, The New York State Complete Count Commission. The Commission was created to inform and help direct the State's efforts in the upcoming 2020 Census.

    Technology and Innovation Grant Award Recipients:
    Locust Valley Library; Digitizing Our Local Newspapers
    Montauk Public Library; Montauk Oral History Recordings
    St. Joseph's College; South Shore Historic Inns and Activities
    Farmingdale Public Library; Farmingdale Voices
    Middle Country Public Library; Middle Country Maker/DB
    Mastic - Moriches - Shirley Community Library; IPADs for Digital Literacy

    A certificate for 3 Professional Development Hours (.3 CEUs) will be emailed after the workshop.

Past events

January 16, 2020 Effective Communication Strategies: Understanding & Responding to Dementia Related Behaviors in the Library
January 09, 2020 Growing More Library Gardening Programs: With Cornell Cooperative Extension
December 19, 2019 LILRC Roundtable Meeting: Veterans Oral History Project
December 18, 2019 [LILRC Webinar] Ignite The Vibe: Bridging the Gap Between Youth Leadership and Literacy
December 06, 2019 Using Community Resources to Enhance Library Programming
December 05, 2019 Coffee and Conversation: Social Media Librarians Meet Up
December 04, 2019 Scrapbook Preservation Workshop
November 22, 2019 Marketing in Libraries: Understanding Your Target Audience(s) and Designing Services & Resources to Meet Their Needs
November 22, 2019 A Guide to Crafting and Promulgating the Employee Handbook, Part III
November 22, 2019 Academic Directors' Roundtable
November 19, 2019 Working with LGBTQ Youth
November 19, 2019 Are Our Young Adults Stressed or Depressed?
November 14, 2019 Long Island Reception at NYLA
November 08, 2019 CANCELLED East End Library Meet-Up: Conversations about Seasonal Challenges
November 07, 2019 Facilities Management: How Safe is Your Library?
November 06, 2019 Educate & Entertain: Engaging Patrons Through a Library Podcast
November 04, 2019 24th Annual Archives Conference: Marketing Special Collections in the 21st Century
November 01, 2019 3D Printing with TinkerCAD
November 01, 2019 3D Design and Modeling with TinkerCAD
October 25, 2019 Digitization Best Practices and Metadata Basics Workshop (Brentwood Public Library)
October 25, 2019 Coffee and Conversation: Social Media Librarians Meet-Up- EAST END
October 25, 2019 Effective Delegation Techniques for Managers
October 21, 2019 Growing Your Library Gardening Programs: With Cornell Cooperative Extension
October 16, 2019 Bullying Awareness: How You Can Help Our Youth
October 11, 2019 28th Annual Conference on Libraries and the Future: Libraries in a Post Privacy World
October 09, 2019 [CANCELLED] Intermediate Raspberry Pi: Building a Robot Buggy
October 04, 2019 Vertical Files Demystified (Lynbrook Public Library)
October 04, 2019 Nassau County Legislative Breakfast
September 20, 2019 Raspberry Pi for Library Digital Signage
September 20, 2019 The 2020 Census and Long Island: A Complete Count is Critical to Sustaining Our Communities (Sachem Public Library)
September 20, 2019 Suffolk County Legislative Breakfast
September 19, 2019 The 2020 Census and Long Island: A Complete Count is Critical to Sustaining Our Communities (South Huntington Public Library)
September 18, 2019 The 2020 Census and Long Island: A Complete Count is Critical to Sustaining Our Communities (Hillside Public Library)
September 17, 2019 The 2020 Census and Long Island: A Complete Count is Critical to Sustaining Our Communities (John Jermain Memorial Library)
September 16, 2019 The 2020 Census and Long Island: A Complete Count is Critical to Sustaining Our Communities (SCLS)
September 13, 2019 Cancelled - NYLA All Libraries Are Powerful Tour
September 10, 2019 Vertical Files Demystified (John Jermain Memorial Library)
September 09, 2019 Long Island Library Directors' Retreat: Tear Down the Wall
August 16, 2019 [CANCELLED] Libraries Are Champions of Healthy Communities Roundtable Meeting
August 16, 2019 Digitization Best Practices and Metadata Basics Workshop (Suffolk Cooperative Library System)
August 13, 2019 T-Mobile and Library Hotspot Lending Program
August 09, 2019 Lighting in Libraries: How Illumination Can Help to Establish a Sense of Place
August 09, 2019 Raspberry Pi and the Librarian
August 08, 2019 Creating Engaging Programs for Older Adults
August 07, 2019 Coffee and Conversation: Social Media Librarians Meet Up
August 02, 2019 Libraries in Business: The Essentials of Cash Management
August 02, 2019 New Spaces and New Services: Tour of the STEM Lab at Great Neck Library and the Children's Library at Port Washington Public Library
July 31, 2019 Support and Resources for Caregivers
July 26, 2019 Introduction to Microsoft Excel
July 25, 2019 Creating Engaging Programs for Older Adults
July 22, 2019 Patents & Trademarks 101 with Will Salas
July 19, 2019 Intermediate Microsoft Excel
July 19, 2019 Introduction to Microsoft Excel
July 17, 2019 Live Webinar: Grow With Google: Get Productive with Google's Digital Tools
July 12, 2019 Introduction to Google Analytics
July 12, 2019 Digitization Best Practices and Metadata Basics Workshop (South Huntington Public Library)
July 12, 2019 Intermediate Google Apps - Forms and Sheets
June 24, 2019 Vertical Files Demystified (Longwood Public Library)
June 18, 2019 Annual Membership Meeting
June 17, 2019 Hands-on with Edu Tech
June 10, 2019 Digitization Best Practices and Metadata Basics Workshop (Northport-East Northport Public Library)
June 07, 2019 Intermediate Raspberry Pi
May 24, 2019 Conflict Resolution Skills for the Workplace: Cultural Considerations
May 17, 2019 Academic Director's Roundtable
May 16, 2019 Digitization Best Practices and Metadata Basics Workshop (Bayport-Blue Point Public Library)
May 13, 2019 Emergency Planning and De-Escalation
May 07, 2019 Emergency Planning and De-Escalation
May 03, 2019 5th Annual Herbert Biblo Academic Libraries Invitational
May 01, 2019 The 2020 Census and Long Island: A Complete Count is Critical to Sustaining Our Communities (Riverhead Free Library)
April 30, 2019 The 2020 Census and Long Island: A Complete Count is Critical to Sustaining Our Communities (Plainview-Old Bethpage Public Library)
April 29, 2019 The 2020 Census and Long Island: A Complete Count is Critical to Sustaining Our Communities (SCLS)
April 18, 2019 Creating Energy Efficient Infrastructures
April 18, 2019 Webinar: Get Moving! Physical Literacy Programs for All Ages
April 18, 2019 LILRC Open House
April 16, 2019 Practical Use of Genealogy Resources - A Hands-On Workshop
April 09, 2019 Creating Energy Efficient Infrastructures
April 05, 2019 LILRC Hospital Library Services Program Fourth Annual Conference
March 29, 2019 LILRC 5th Annual Technical Services Open Forum
March 22, 2019 Introduction to Coding: Using Scratch
March 18, 2019 Digitization Best Practices and Metadata Basics Workshop (Hempstead Public Library)
March 15, 2019 Raspberry Pi and the Librarian
March 08, 2019 Leading Change
February 22, 2019 Tackling Core Administrative Issues
February 21, 2019 Digitization Best Practices and Metadata Basics Workshop (Riverhead Free Library)
February 15, 2019 Introduction to Google Analytics
February 13, 2019 Introduction to Google Apps
February 08, 2019 Libraries Are Champions of Healthy Communities Roundtable Meeting
February 01, 2019 A Guide to Crafting and Promulgating the Employee Handbook, Part II
January 25, 2019 CANCELLED - Intermediate Microsoft Publisher
January 25, 2019 CANCELLED - Introduction to Microsoft Publisher
January 15, 2019 CANCELLED - PastPerfect Museum Software: Is It Right For Me? (Riverhead Free Library)
January 14, 2019 PastPerfect Museum Software: Is It Right For Me? (Plainview-Old Bethpage Public Library)
December 17, 2018 Academic Directors Roundtable
December 12, 2018 CANCELLED: NISO Virtual Conference "The Library of the Future: Inside & Out"
December 07, 2018 Copyright Skills as Risk Management Tools: The Librarian's Role
November 30, 2018 Introduction to Google Apps
November 30, 2018 The Collaborative Process: Creating the Essential Library
November 26, 2018 Design Thinking for Libraries: Tips and Tricks for Better Graphics and Content to Communicate to your Patrons (PM Repeat Session)
November 26, 2018 Design Thinking for Libraries: Tips and Tricks for Better Graphics and Content to Communicate to your Patrons
November 20, 2018 Academic Director's Round Table (postponed)
November 16, 2018 A Guide to Crafting and Promulgating the Employee Handbook
November 02, 2018 Intermediate WordPress
November 02, 2018 Social Media Engagement for Cultural Institutions
October 25, 2018 27th Annual Conference on Libraries and the Future
October 19, 2018 Introduction to WordPress
October 12, 2018 23rd Annual Archives Month Conference: Medical Archives: Processing, Privacy and Preservation
October 11, 2018 Raspberry Pi and the Librarian Afternoon Session
October 11, 2018 Raspberry Pi and the Librarian
September 28, 2018 Nassau County Legislative Breakfast
September 21, 2018 Suffolk County Legislative Breakfast
September 18, 2018 It’s All Relative: Genealogy Resources for the Non-genealogist Librarian
September 07, 2018 Retropie: How to Create a Gaming Machine
August 30, 2018 Raspberry Pi for the Techie
August 22, 2018 Bloxels PM Session
August 22, 2018 Bloxels AM Session
August 17, 2018 Intermediate Adobe Photoshop

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