On Wednesday, June 6, Pat Wagner taught two workshops at SENYLRC.
The 48th Annual Meeting of the Council was held at Kaplan Family Library & Learning Center, Mount Saint Mary College, Newburgh, NY on June 5, 2015. The following are selected photos from the day:
Southeastern NY Library Resources Council (SENYLRC) Announces 2015 Twila Snead Commitment to Excellence Award Winner
Winner: Rhonda L. Altonen, MLS, MS
If you are a reference, circulation, or other type of librarian who is encounters RDA records in your catalog and want to know more about it, we are hosting a workshop called RDA Lite that is made specifically for you! For copy catalogers, we will be presenting Practical RDA.
The details of both are below.
The MarcEdit Workshop with Terry Reese was held on Monday, May 18 at The William K. Sanford Town Library (Colonie) in Loudonville, NY. Well over forty librarians, including some guests from out of state, gathered to gain insight on the ways that MarcEdit software can help them manage their catalog records.
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.