Category Archives: Training

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Archives workshop

Archives Workshops in May

Announcing… three Preservation Workshops for all types of libraries and museums

View the flyer!

Rebecca Elder will be here in May to teach the following workshops:

Preservation of Photographic Materials $40 (full-day; two locations)

Wednesday, May 9th, in Oklahoma City at the Oklahoma History Center
Friday, May 11th, in Broken Arrow at The Museum Broken Arrow

Preservation of Audiovisual Materials $20 (1/2 day workshop)

Thursday, May 10th, in Oklahoma City at the Department of Libraries

Preservation of Textiles $20 (1/2 day workshop)

Thursday, May 10th, in Oklahoma City at the Department of Libraries

REGISTER NOW >>>

For more information, contact Jan Davis at jan.davis@libraries.ok.gov or 405-522-3191 for more information.


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news post for computer classes

Computer & App Classes Available

Computer & App Classes for spring 2018 are now open for enrollment!

This semester, we are offering nine classes on finding and using health information resources. The classes are open to Oklahoma library staff and literacy program staff and volunteers.  Some library staff members may wish to consider taking several of the courses in order to become a Certified Health Information Specialist.

Click here for more information about the Health Information Specialist Program.

 

ENROLL NOW! See the complete list and description of Health Information Classes. Or view the class quick links.


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librarianship institute

Register for Librarian Certification Courses

Librarian Certification Classes are now available for registration.

See the complete list of classes
(Or you can download the PDF for the Spring 2018 Schedule.)

Register for each class by clicking on the link for the particular class you want to attend. All registrations are processed online using the Eventbrite service. This online system allows you to verify you are registered. In addition, you can see who else is attending and from where so carpooling opportunities are identified.  There is a class limit of 25 for each class and classes will NOT be held if less than 5 people register. You will be notified by e-mail a week in advance if a class has been cancelled.

If any of the classes are full, you can place your name on a waiting list if you register with an email address. If you have any questions, contact Wendy Gabrielson via email or call 405.522.3322.