On May 14, 2015, Deborah Lines Andersen, an Associate Professor at the University at Albany, visited Southeastern to teach a group of two dozen librarians a refresher crash-course on how to use and manipulate data for better surveys and focus groups.
On Thursday, April 30, Joanna DiPasquale, Digital Initiatives Librarian at Vassar College, taught a class on the basics of coding and programming at Southeastern NY Library Resources Council.
On April 17th, 2015 over thirty local librarians and students enthusiastically partook in an event highlighting the importance of computer privacy. Bard College graciously hosted the event, which featured presenters Kade Crockford, Mariko Hirose, and Alison Macrina.
You are in for a treat if the next presentation you attend is hosted by one of the participants of "Creating Powerful Presentations" at SENYLRC last week. Polly-Alida Farrington visited SENYLRC to teach us about new tools and techniques we can use to improve they way we visually present information.
There are exiting opportunities for our members at SENYLRC in the next few weeks! Registration is now open for the following events:
Unconference on Student Assistants, Interns and Volunteers
Friday, November 14, 2014
For anyone who supervises student assistants, interns, or volunteers, we are hosting an event to help you work with this population of invaluable library labor.
The new edition of SENYLRC Matters is here!
In this edition...
- A tribute to Kathy Horodyski, who is retiring after 28 years.
- Continuing Education: NLM, SIGs, and an unconference.
- Contact numbers for staff - we all have new telephone extensions.
- A new publication on resource sharing from Corinne Nyquist.
- News from SUNY Ulster, Historic Huguenot Street and Mount Saint Mary College.
- News you can use, and much more!