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Gale ebooks online training

Cengage Learning (also known as Gale) will be providing one hour online training sessions for the Idaho library community during June and July.

WHAT: GALE VIRTUAL REFERENCE LIBRARY WEB TRAINING
WHEN:

  • JUNE 12, 2009 11:00 AM (MOUNTAIN TIME)
  • JUNE 24, 2009 1:00 PM (MOUNTAIN TIME)
  • JULY 2, 2009 9:00 AM (MOUNTAIN TIME)
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Welcome!

ICFL has quickly climbed to the top of my list of favorite library resources! From the Professional Development Collection (which is unfortunately no longer available) to the Jump Start program to Let's Talk About It, ICFL offers the best programs and resources for library development. Yay!

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    Fun way to promote Teen Tech Week -- or anything for that matter!

    Garden City Library getting ready to kick off our Teen Tech Week on Saturday. Check out the GCPL Teen Tech Week "trailer" here!

    Make your own at www.xtranormal.com -- "if you can type, you can make movies". Have Fun!

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      Big 6 conference

      We are going to use Big6 and the LiLI databases in our lesson plans to get students away from the cut and paste mentality. To promote more meaningful research techniques, and help us identify areas of weakness in our students understanding and in our teaching approach. This approach will help in all types of lessons and activities.
      Julie Kauer
      Lori Baldwin
      Rick Alm

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      Blog Post Numero Uno

      Welcome to the ICFL interactive web world...my first entrance into the realm of blogging with and for librarians....sweet!

      Currently reading Little Brother by Cory Doctorow and Micro-EcoFarming by Barbara Berst-Adams. I believe that the topics presented in the two books (privacy, self-sustainable farming) represent a true path to freedom.

      Pro libertate usque ad finem

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      Get Ahead of the Curve

      PC World has posted an article entitled "10 Web Sites that Will Matter in 2009." It's a great read for those who want to anticipate what's next, or simply get a glimpse of where the web is headed in 2009.

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      e-Branch Project Roadmap

      We have set a tentative target of June May for the next major upgrade of the Drupal software behind our e-Branch web site hosting project for Idaho libraries.

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      Happy New Year!

      Well, it’s that time of year again: time for the dreaded New Year’s Resolution. I actually don’t mind making resolutions, because I purposely keep them easy to I can actually achieve them and not feel bad about myself (things like cleaning the storage room of my house or don’t kill my sister if she comes to live with me).