Webinar Series: What's New with Gary Price
Plus, each session focuses on a special topic loaded with resources and discussion.
Topics include online privacy and security, current awareness tools, real time information sources, ethical issues for the 21st Century librarian, personal information archiving, and online productivity tools.
The goal of each webinar is to:
- Teach you about several resources and tools you were unaware of when the program started;
- Give you resources and techniques to share with your colleagues;
- Provide ideas for tools and topics to share your users;
- Make you a more well-rounded info professional.
Of course, Gary will welcome questions and comments as each session progresses.
Webinars are $25 per session for a single seat, or purchase a pack of ten seats for $150 (good for simultaneous viewings by multiple people at an institution or by a single person over multiple future sessions, i.e. a subscription).
Session 1: Personal Information Archiving Tools
Friday, March 29, 2013, 3pm Eastern
Session 2: Security and Privacy
Friday, April 26, 2013, 3pm Eastern
(Not offered, due to unforeseen circumstances)
Session 3: Current Awareness Tools and Alerts
Friday, May 31, 2013, 3pm Eastern
Session 4: Browser Add-Ons #1
Friday, June 21, 2013, 3pm Eastern
Session 5: Sources for Streaming Media
Friday, July 26, 2013, 3pm Eastern
Gary Price is a librarian, author, and an online information analyst based in suburban Washington, DC. He is the co-founder and co-editor of infoDOCKET and FullTextReports.com, and a contributing editor at Search Engine Land. Price is a frequent speaker at professional and trade conferences, a contributor to Searcher and Information Today, and co-author (with Chris Sherman) of The Invisible Web, published by CyberAge Books.