Registration for Fall Training is open! The sessions will focus on Career Readiness: Jobs and Vocations and Teaching, Learning and Family History with Primary Sources. These sessions will be repeated in the afternoon so that attendees can switch.
Participation in Fall Training is included in your annual POWER Library Technology Support fee.
Registration and a continental breakfast will begin at 8:15 AM. The sessions will begin promptly at 9:00 am and end no later than 3 PM. We will email a reminder and directions to you one week before the scheduled session.
Act 48 and Continuing Education Information
Attendees may be eligible to receive Act 48 credit hours or CE credits for attending a session. Act 48 credit request forms and CE certificates will be handed out at the end of each training session.
Due to cost, please note that handouts will not be printed. If you desire printed copies, please download the handouts and/or print them in advance.
Continental Breakfast is Provided!
Registration and a continental breakfast will begin at 8:15am. The sessions will begin promptly at 9:00 am and end no later than 3:00 pm with a break for lunch on your own. Anyone with special dietary needs for the continental breakfast should contact HSLC.
THE FALL 2019 TRAINING HAS ENDED. PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REGISTER USING THE LINKS BELOW. For current training opportunities, please visit the main For Librarians – Training page.
The sessions offered at Fall Training will be Career Readiness and Vocational Resources with POWER Library and Teaching, Learning and Family History with Primary Sources. These sessions will be repeated in the afternoon so that attendees can switch.
Career Readiness and Vocational Resources with POWER Library
This session will explore career, vocational, and general DIY resources provided through POWER Library for use by librarians of all types. The session will review the ‘Pennsylvania Job Resources’ on POWER Library and participants will identify career readiness resources within POWER Library for teaching and K-12 student use following PA Dept. of Education Career Standards. The second portion of the session will focus on navigating the Auto Repair Source and Small Engine Repair Reference Center for general public and vocational training use and to identify general Do It Yourself content resources within POWER Library databases for patrons of all ages and interests.
Teaching, Learning and Family History with Primary Sources
The Teaching, Learning and Family History with Primary Sources session will cover topics such as; PA Photos and Documents in Islandora, PA Photos and Documents Civil War Primary Source Set, PA Digital / Digital Public Library of America (DPLA), Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL) Primary Sources, AP Images, and resources from the Library of Congress (LOC) and National Archives & Records Administration (NARA).
Training Dates and Locations
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