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Introduction to Library Security (Part 2 of 2)

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Library Management

This 2-part webinar will discuss security in a library setting.

Topics Part 2:
* Workplace violence
* Active shooter: what to do, what to expect and how to engage with law enforcement ...Read more

Introduction to MarcEdit

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Cataloging

Do you want to do more with your MARC records? Are you looking for an easy way to add or delete fields, split a batch of records into several groups, or extract particular fields to create a report? In this ...Read more

IT Security for Libraries: Part 2 - Dark Web and Anonymity

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Technology

This is Part 2 of a 3 part series.

With the rise of data breaches and exploits, what tips and tricks can libraries employ to remain secure? Join Brian Pichman, who holds a Masters of Informational Security, as ...Read more

IT Security for Libraries: Part 1 - Securing Your Library

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Technology

This is Part 1 of a 3 part series.

With the rise of data breaches and exploits, what tips and tricks can libraries employ to remain secure? Join Brian Pichman, who holds a Masters of Informational Security, as ...Read more

IT Security for Libraries: Part 3 - Disaster Recovery

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Technology

This is Part 3 of a 3 part series.

With the rise of data breaches and exploits, what tips and tricks can libraries employ to remain secure? Join Brian Pichman, who holds a Masters of Informational Security, as ...Read more

Leading Tough Conversations

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Library Management

People who work in libraries are passionate about what they do, which means that when people and ideas are in conflict, high-stakes emotions often run strong under the surface. Acknowledging and talking through strong feelings is a critical part of ...Read more

Libraries and Autism: Why it Matters!

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Reference
Youth and Young Adult Services
Youth and Young Adult Services

Libraries play a number of roles within their communities, which leaves them uniquely positioned to provide resources and services that can greatly benefit community members with autism spectrum disorder and their friends and families. This webinar introduced the Targeting Autism ...Read more

Linked Data for Libraries: What? Why? How?

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Cataloging

Currently, the Library of Congress is working on a project to move away from the MARC 21 format and toward another carrier for library data, one that makes use of Linked Data principles and mechanisms. You may be wondering, what ...Read more

Managing Your Records Under the Illinois Local Records Act

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Public
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Library Management

This session, presented by Bruce A. Radke of Vedder Price P.C., will provide practical and proven steps to complying with the Illinois Records Act (the "LCA") specifically focusing on the topics of particular to our members, including:

What is ...Read more

Navigating the Changing Landscape of Library Privacy

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Law and Legal Issues
Library Management
Technology

Learn about contemporary patron privacy issues facing libraries today, and the practical actions libraries can take to improve patron privacy protections. The webinar will provide an overview of the ethical and legal foundations for patron privacy, and highlight resources that ...Read more

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